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Trending Tuesday: Google I/O, Santorum Serenades and Memphis Blues

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Lots of compelling news today, and people are searching for it. From the divorce of one of America's favorite couples to the rollout of new Google products, today is a day to remember.

And, without further adieu, a few things that will forever define May 10, 2011.

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Whoa! Wednesday: The Royal Wedding Edition

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As everyone (hopefully) knows, Prince William and Kate Middleton wed on Friday, April 29, 2011. Aside from the live broadcast breaking the world record for live internet streaming (YouTube reportedly had over 400 million viewers!), what does one of modern history’s most historic occasions have to do with anything web-related? Well, quite a lot!

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Mona Lisa and the Knowing Smile

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Just look at her! She appears to be smirking and looks as if she knows something that she doesn’t want to reveal; not yet anyway. Her eyes are relaxed and appear to convey satisfaction, which suggests that she happily possesses some nugget of powerful knowledge. Perhaps some paradigm-shifting or zeitgeist-inflicting information that would change the world forever for the better, if only it would be unleashed...

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3 Ways to Capture Your Competitors' Audience

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Just as there are many fish in the sea, there are many people surfing the internet. Your website (indeed, your whole SEO and marketing campaign) is your “fishing net” so the question isn’t whether or not your site’s purpose is to “catch fish”, the question is whether or not your “net” has any holes!

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SEO Mind Trick: How to Remove Content Without Losing Link Juice in Three Easy Steps



In nearly all facets of the search engine optimization process, you learn that adding content to your site and to the external strings of the Web will help build your authority as a business and brand. But there are instances you want to remove content from your site. For example: promotional pages that are expired, products and services you no longer offer, a website redesign, outdated contact information, confidential information, or even something that you’ve been requested to take down by another entity.

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Social Media Gains More "Authority", Officially Influences SEO



What has long been suspected has now been officially confirmed: Social media influences SEO. Last week in an interview with Danny Sullivan, both Google and Bing confirmed that links shared through Facebook and Twitter have a direct impact on search engine rankings. The interview was conducted via email with Google and via phone call with Bing and published in an article on www.searchengineland.com website last week.

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