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Using Google Trends to Enhance Your Analytics

In one of my previous posts, I briefly talked about the importance of having a benchmark or goal when performing an analysis. One great FREE resource you can utilize in your analysis comes from our friends over at Google called… 506 more words


Harnessing the Power of publicly available Structured Data

Free, publicly available sources of structured data are a great source to answer key questions pertaining to any business objective, be it, to build awareness, influence consumer consideration, improve sales processes, reposition the brand or to grow customer loyalty. 318 more words

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Old stock losing stock

Oh no! According to Google Trends, Stephen Harper’s throwaway line from last weeks debate is losing steam.

As an indifferent member of the “old stock”, should I be concerned? 124 more words

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¿Cómo seleccionar palabras claves para lograr un posicionamiento orgánico?

Los negocios que ya tienen un recorrido en la red, cuentan con una ventaja: disponen de históricos con los que partir para realizar su búsqueda. En… 196 more words

Wikipedia Vs. Google Trends to Track Topic Interest

Interesting: Wikipedia page views, compared to Google Trends, as a measurement for topic interest. “Japanese researchers have conducted research to prove that Wikipedia’s publicly-available page view data could potentially provide a better insight into web trends than the more limited statistics available from Google.”

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Eduardo vela Ruiz found a news: 5 things to know for your New Day — Friday, September 11

(CNN) – The country stops to recall one of its darkest days. CNN’s GOP civil argument is set. Furthermore, the NFL standard season starts.

It’s Friday, and here are five things to know for your New Day. 513 more words

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Eduardo vela Ruiz found a news: Steelers defense must prove itself after shake-up

You can say a lot of things in regards to the Pittsburgh Steelers safeguard. You can call it youthful, or doubtful. Simply don’t call it new, says veteran cornerback William Gay. 117 more words

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