Hurricane @Irene and Small Business Online Marketing?

Published on September 1, 2011

I’m not going to mince words here: sitting at my family dinner, I was utterly captivated by Hurricane Irene! “This is going to be the worst storm to hit the Atlantic seaboard in 50 years,” newscasters were telling me. Even though all I could see was an amazing array of fancy graphics, confusing charts that showed the hurricane spinning off in all different devastating directions, several amateur cell phone camera videos of swaying trees, and a few newscasters in neon slickers getting pelted by rain drops… you had this ominous sense that: It was coming!

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New Research Shows Adult Usage of Social Media Soaring

Published on August 30, 2011

Sixty-five percent of all U.S. adults now use social-networking sites, up from 61% a year ago and just 5% in 2005, reports Pew Research Center. The findings are based on telephone interviews conducted in April and May by Princeton Survey Research Associates International.

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New Domain Structures Could Eliminate the Need for Google in 2012?

Published on August 12, 2011

I came across this very interesting article today on the new plan for domain name structure and how it could change the SEO industry forever. Not only that, but it could decrease our need for Google.. yes that’s right, you may not need Google 5 years from now! I still find it hard to believe, but nevertheless this info is very,very interesting and could definitely change the search engine marketing game forever…especially in the local markets. This new process is said to start in January 2012.

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What Do The London Riots Mean For Social Media?

Published on August 10, 2011

How will the London riots affect social media? YouTube and Twitter use always surges during times of major upheaval, whether it’s a natural disaster or the London riots. Yesterday there were over 3.4 million UK visits to Twitter, which was up 15 percent from their busiest day to date. In fact, 1 in every 170 web searches landed Britons on Twitter.com, according to Experian-Hitwise analytics.

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Google Launches Google+ Social Layer to Compete with Facebook?

Published on June 28, 2011

Awhile back I wrote a post about the feud between Google and Facebook… well Google has answered with it’s limited launch of Google+. It’s not quite ready yet for the public but it’s already creating some buzz. Personally, I think it’s kinda cool and definitely think people will enjoy using it. Be sure to watch the short videos below to get a feel for what Google is about to bring to the social world as we know it

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What Does the Recent Bing and Google Social Search Change Mean for Businesses?

Published on May 20, 2011

Just a few days ago Bing announced how it would begin to fully integrate Facebook data into Bing’s search results. Of course Google didn’t want to be left out, such just a day later they announce how they will integrate their social search worldwide. Basically Facebook is in a pretty sweet position right now.. with over 500 million active users and that number growing everyday, the major search engines are realizing they need to strike deals with the social media giant in order to compete for traffic.

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Google’s New Algorithm Change Puts Unique Content Ahead of the Rest…

Published on March 7, 2011

So it’s been almost 2 weeks since Google announced their new algorithm change, and websites are still freaking out. Content farms and other sites like Ezine Articles and Mahalo lost first page rankings overnight. Mahalo had to lay off 10% of it’s employees, you can read the article here. Google changes their algorithm ALL THE TIME, so what makes this change so significant? Probably the fact that tons of well-known and successful websites lost 90% of their 1st page rankings. Google is rewarding those websites who use unique content and penalizing those who use crappy content to trick the search engines. So where does Mod Girl Marketing stand in all of this? Still at the top, of course!

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Cutest Video EVER! 5 Year Old Philosophy on Marriage!

Published on February 25, 2011

Here is the story: I am an 11 year old singer/songwriter and had been asked to go on National Television to sing one of my original songs about a year and a half ago. My little 5 year old sister (she’s six now) was upset and feeling left out because her big sister was doing all these fun and interesting things.

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Social Media Helping Fuel a Revolution in Egypt and the Middle East

Published on February 1, 2011

It’s interesting how times have changed in just the last few years. We used to rely so heavily on television for news – now it has merely become a second source for information. The internet is now fueling the revolution in Egypt. Although the Egyptian government was smart enough to figure this out, even the blocked internet can’t keep Facebook, Youtube, and Twitter aw

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