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Google + Basic Strategies

Use Google+Local –Google+ should be used to generate reviews/testimonials.  Google reviews drive up site ranking, and the threshold to aim for is 30 reviews. …
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“My Business Story” Video Contest Offers Big YouTube Exposure

Google and American Express have teamed up in a contest called My Business Story.  It encourages small businesses to tell their stories through…
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Simultaneously searching Google data centers and why

Searching Multiple Google Data Centers Directly Since Google handles, by far, the largest volume of searches each day, a couple of really great…
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Google Local Business Center – the Low Down

Google local business center has been around for several years now and these local listings are extremely useful for people searching for a…
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How to Wrap Google Adsense Ads in WordPress

How to wrap text around Google Adsense ads (also works for Chitika): 1. First off you need to get into your text editor…
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How to Give Admin or User Access to Your Google Analytics and Adwords Accounts

Google has a wealth of information in their support area. Below is partial information from Google detailing how to provide user access Google…
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Top Tech Leaders React to the Passing of Steve Jobs

Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak stated: “People sometimes have goals in life. Steve Jobs exceeded every goal he ever set for himself.”   President…
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Steve Jobs, the Apple of my Eye, dies

“There may be no greater tribute to Steve’s success than the fact that much of the world learned of his passing on a…
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Facebook Privacy Settings

Facebook made changes to how users share content with friends and friends of friends, etc.  Some features were relocated from obscure prvacy settings…
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Google’s $222 Million Impact on Kansas

Google Inc. released its first report detailing nationwide economic impact which claims they generated $222 million in economic activity in Kansas in 2009.…
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