Things that were delicious this week… 2 April, 2010
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Things that were delicious this week – 2 April, 2010
- This piece from MediaPost titled “What Type Of Social Media Ads Are The Most Effective?” caught my eye. It’s a great example of how, every once in a while, you should ignore what everyone tells you. In this case: Although banners and newsletters were most likely to be seen as ads (and you’ll often be told to steer away from them in this more “social and engaged world”) they were among the best at triggering purchase intent and viral recommendations.
- “Strike Keyword Gold By Writing A Simple Story” – Common sense, meet SEO copywriting. KISS.
- John Jantsch (always a great read) arms you with some major twitter artillery in his post, “7 insanely useful ways to search Twitter“. A practical piece with tips that you can action today.
- Is Google going to purge its index and introduce “Super Caffeine”? At this point, I’d file this in the “major speculation” column, but if true it could indicate some major changes in the SERPs (search engine results page).