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Interview With Andrew Goodman About SEO, PPC, Twitter and Jays

Next month, I'll be attending the Search Engines Strategies 2009 Conference and Expo here in Toronto June 8-10.  Now in its 6th year, the event is organized and programmed by Andrew Goodman, the SES Advisory Board and, the leading authority on Search Engine Marketing (SEM), including SEO and
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The Good and Bad of Having Oprah on Twitter

Oprah Winfrey now controls and tomorrow, during her show, she'll make her first tweet. The ProHundreds of thousands of Oprah worshippers will learn about Twitter.  The soccer mom contingent will be gobbling up Twitter accounts and following their fearless leader in droves at about this time
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Google and Twitter?

The buzz this morning is that Google is in talks to buy Twitter.  Of course, it depends who you ask. Google Inc. may be in talks to buy Internet start-up Twitter, the free micro-blogging service that allows people to send short text messages to a network of friends, the TechCrunch
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TwitterFox vs. TweetDeck vs. Twhirl

If you tweet and / or follow people of Twitter, you're likely not doing it at  Few power users ever see their own Twitter backgrounds because it's far more convenient to tweet and follow people on Twitter via 3rd party apps. I've tried three such methods: Twhirl, TweetDeck and
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The Twitter Song

Awwwww, Jason from Get Your OJ Dot Com wrote me a song! Sing this one to the tune of "Killing Me Softly with His Song" by Roberta Flack.  Actually, upon further review, the "(one time, one time)" suggests you should sing this to The Fugees cover "Killing Me Softly”. tweeting
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I Live In A Digital Ghetto

Jesse Brown has an interesting entry on his Search Engine blog for CBC Radio.  He laments about the growing list of backwards policies in Canada that he believes is creating a sense of digital isolation. 1. Last week the CRTC sided with Bell against a group of small Internet Service
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Time to Kill the Blog?

Wired magazine says the blog is very 2004.  They say Twitter, Flickr and Facebook are the new homes for witty prose. They're suggesting I kill this blog. The blogosphere, once a freshwater oasis of folksy self-expression and clever thought, has been flooded by a tsunami of paid bilge. Cut-rate journalists
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