Monthly Archive: December 2015

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Glitch or Kitsch?

By Bob James In their relentless pursuit of authenticity, marketers are embracing “glitch art,” Guy Merrill, senior art director at Getty Images, tells Chief Content Officer. Marketers are posting crooked photos with arbitrary compositions...

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Related Questions Grow +500% in 5 Months

By Dr-Pete Posted by Dr-Pete Earlier this year, Google rolled out the Related Questions feature (AKA “People Also Ask”). If you haven’t seen them yet, related questions appear in an expandable box, mixed in...

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Make a New Year’s Revolution

By Bob James Next year, instead of a resolution, make a revolution. Rewrite your “fail script.” Leave the catastrophes for the nightly newspeople. Self-talk about rejection predicts both long-term success and long-term failure, psychologists...

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Predictions 2015: How’d I Do?

By jbat The post Predictions 2015: How’d I Do? appeared first on John Battelle’s Search Blog. Each January for the past 13 years, I’ve been making predictions on this site. Twelve months later, I...

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How [and Why] to Build a Booming Facebook Group

By ryanwashere Posted by ryanwashere Over the last 2 months, I’ve driven well over 6,000 organic Facebook visits to my site. It’s not coming from a Facebook Page; it’s coming from a Facebook Group....