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It’s Officially Unofficial: Google’s Panda Algorithm Update

Though not formally announced, many of us in the SEO industry agree that Google has started to roll out its 25th update to Panda. Google Panda was first introduced in 2011 to improve the quality of sites that rise to the top of natural search results pages – a huge benefit to marketers vying to ...

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Report: What Google’s Enhanced Campaigns Mean for Marketers

Google has announced an update to its advertising model that will formally usher all of its advertisers into the mobile era. The new Enhanced Campaigns will bring mobile to the masses in a manner that will help resource-strapped small businesses, but will pose challenges for larger, more sophisticated search marketers in their perpetual quest for ...

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4 Reasons Marketers Should Pay Attention to Facebook Graph Search

People have been speculating for some time that Facebook could emerge as the biggest threat to Google’s dominance in search. With the announcement of Graph Search, that speculation will only gain momentum. So, what is Graph Search and how will it change the way marketers use Facebook (and its partners)? What is Graph Search? According ...

Forrester Names 360i a ‘Leader’ in Annual Report of Top Agencies

We’re honored to share that we’ve been named a Leader in Forrester Research’s biennial WAVE report evaluating agencies’ with top search marketing practices (The Forrester Wave: Search Marketing Agencies, Q4 2012). In the report, Forrester notes that “360i receives top scores in both the current offering and strategy sections due to its strong paid search ...

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Google Launches Disavow Tool to Battle Link Loopholes

We have reached an apex in Google’s battle against link spam. This week, Google launched the much anticipated disavow tool, allowing webmasters to take action against “unnatural” incoming links. The announcement should interest marketers who have engaged in link development or have attracted undesirable links over the past decade. Matt Cutts, Head of Google Webspam, provides ...