Internet Marketing Tips, Suggestions, & Ramblings

JCPenney has pushed not just some products, but its ENTIRE catalog to Facebook. Now shoppers can purchase any of the 250,000 items that the store sells online, without ever leaving the Facebook page.

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Google’s Feedburner has become quite the success story in the realm of RSS feeds. Feedburner allows the blogger to customize subscription e-mails by altering the text and link color, font size, and the ability to insert the company logo. The best part, Feedburner provides you with a piece of code that you can add to […]

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YouTube has annouced YouTube trends, a new way to find the most popular videos on YouTube. Watch a video made by YouTube on the new trends area below. As you can see, YouTube trends is similar to Twitter trends. It simply takes the most popular items on YouTube and aggregates them in one place. That […]

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Advanced Twitter search is rapidly expanding its list of features, and companies large and small are taking notice. If you haven’t used Twitter’s advanced search functionality, located at http://search.twitter.com/, it’s time you give it a shot. Much like PPC, you can now add negative keywords, exact match keywords and broad match keywords. Twitter advanced search has […]

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Did you know that Google has been working on a top secret social network, Google Me? It’s true. It’s such a secret that it is never discussed within the Google organization, except within the core development team. It’s such a big secret that if you even whisper Google Me and you are not part of […]

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What you need to know about Robots.txt for Google OK, who is ready to talk about Robots.txt files? Is everyone excited?!!! I’m sure there is nothing else you would rather be discussing–sports, celebrities, anything else, etc. But frankly, Robots.txt files are important to your online business and search engine optimization. So let’s take a few […]

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