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Plagiarism Checker – Best Sites to Check for Plagiarism!

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Many people forget plagiarism is an illegal act. Not only is plagiarism a crime, but it also prevents the individual from producing his or her unique work. Whether you are a teacher requesting original essays from your students, a businessman seeking out unique proposals from your employees, or a website developer in search of one of a kind material, plagiarism is a disease you want to avoid. It causes problems for both the plagiarizer and the person is search of …

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SMX Advanced 2013 Recap: 32 Takeaways

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SMX Advanced 2013 Recap: 32 Takeaways was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips.
After a successful three-day run, SMX Advanced 2013 has come to an end and, after saying goodbye to the Bell Harbor International Conference Center and spending the night in Sea–Tac Airport, our Bruce Clay live-bloggers have safely returned home.
In case you missed it, today’s post offers a quick-read recap of nine SMX Advanced live-blogging sessions that cover topics from PPC best practices and link …

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Specialization Strategy

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Last week, I reviewed “Who Owns The Future?” by Jaron Lanier. It’s a book about the impact of technology on the middle class.
I think the reality Janier describes in that book is self-evident – that the middle class is being gouged out by large data aggregators – but it’s hard, having read it and accepted his thesis, not to feel the future of the web might be a little bleak. Laniers solution of distributing …

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Inbound, Outbound, Outhouse

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Jon Henshaw put the hammer down on inbound marketing highlighting how the purveyors of “the message” often do the opposite of what they preach. So much of the marketing I see around that phrase is either of the “clueless newb” variety, or paid push marketing of some stripe.
@seobook why don’t you follow more of your followers?
— Randy Milanovic (@kayak360) May 19, 2013

One of the clueless newb examples smacked me in the …

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How Business Listings Are Made – Whiteboard Friday

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Posted by David Mihm

As a local business owner, it’s important for your business to be listed in Google’s search results. But how do you fix your business listing if the information is incorrect? 
In this week’s edition of Local Whiteboard Friday, David Mihm sheds some light on the complicated process that Google uses to create its business listings.

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3 Ways to Avoid SERP Casualties and Aid Online Reputation Management

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3 Ways to Avoid SERP Casualties and Aid Online Reputation Management was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips.
Upset clients are an inevitability. To protect yourself against angry rants, you need to be vigilant when it comes to online reputation management. Learn how to make sure negative comments aren’t associated with your brand in the SERP.
1. Rank for your business name.
(Own page 1 of the SERP — and page 2 and 3, if …

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Followerwonk Partners with Buffer To Optimize Tweet Scheduling

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Posted by @petebray

Today, we’re happy to announce a partnership between Followerwonk and Buffer to help you optimize your tweeting. We’re really excited to be teaming up with such a great product and company, and the combination of our apps really does advance the cause of our customers.
Before I dig into specifics of that relationship, I want to lay some groundwork to explain why we formed this partnership.
It all comes down to …

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2 New Tools in Google Analytics: Real-Time Widget and Benchmark Tool

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2 New Tools in Google Analytics: Real-Time Widget and Benchmark Tool was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips.
Google Analytics is every Internet marketer’s best friend. The tools are always changing and updating, making the Google Analytics blog an important one to keep up on so you know the features, capabilities and data available to you. There are a couple new tools that got us really excited because of the intel they provide about how …

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Mozscape’s Third May 2013 Index Is Now Live

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Posted by bradfriedman

It has been an amazing month at Moz, and for the first time, we have served up three indexes in one month – holy fresh data, Batman! This index is also our second index release from our Virginia data center.
As we’ve become so regular with our index releases, it seems that a blog post announcing each release may not be the best way to inform our customers on releases as they happen. This will be …

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SEO Industry is Booming and SEO Jobs Abound

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SEO Industry is Booming and SEO Jobs Abound was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips.
Last month, I reported on the nation’s high demand for analysts in the SEO industry. That demand is only continuing to grow; currently, there are nearly 1,000 SEO jobs available in the United States (as seen on career search site Indeed.com). With that many jobs available, thousands of SEO analysts will be submitting applications and preparing for interviews.  In order …

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