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Pretty Little Liars Continues To Unveil Secrets

Pretty Little Liars Continues To Unveil Secrets

By Emily Greene February 13, 2014

Tuesday night’s episode of Pretty Little Liars looked a little different, spending most of the time in the black and white noir world of Spencer Hasting’s mind. The episode starts as per usual, in color, with Spencer, Hannah, and Emily …

Google Disappears Facebook Code Blog

When Google-owned Blogger sends you a Digital Millennium Copyright Act take-down notice, at least they’re polite about it and liberally use the word "alleged." But they only ask once, as the person who posted Facebook’s source code on his Blogspot blog learned.

Facebook Source Code Sees The Light Of Day

For Facebook, it wasn’t a great way to start the weekend – the site’s home page source code was posted online for all to see.  On the bright side, data belonging to Facebook’s many users appears to be completely safe and unaffected.

Check Your Email For Nuclear Secrets
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Los Alamos Nuclear Laboratory just can’t seem to keep control of its data, as a consultant dropped an email into the inboxes of board members for a firm charged with keeping such data secure.

YouTube’s 2 Success “Secrets”

Meant to blog this earlier when I came across it, but a guy named Matt — a student at Stanford studying design and business — wrote a post the other day about a couple of special visitors who came to his class: Chad Hurley and Steve Chen, the co-founders of YouTube.

Leading Bloggers Gather and Share Secrets

Let’s face it folks, blogging is hard work.

While working on an article about the dark side of blogging, I was delighted to see that some really successful bloggers are separating from their keyboards and coming together to share their tips, strategies and encourage one another.

What PPC Agencies Don’t Want You to Know

I just published a new article, called "The 5 Secrets PPC Agencies Don’t Want You to Know". This article is part of  Search Engine Land’s new Strictly Business column, which covers topics related to B2B search marketing.

Another Thing CIOs Should Know About Requirements

I saw this article on CIO magazine  – Five Things CIOs Should Know About Software Requirements. It seems to me that there is one more thing (at least) that they need to know about requirements:

Business rules are NOT requirements

Secrets of Successful Online Communities

This past weekend I was moderating a panel at CommunityNext, a smart event focused on everything about online communities coordinated by Noah Kagan.

The event was a fun gathering of extremely smart folks from some of the hottest online communities today – and panelists/speakers shared many great thoughts on topics ranging from how to be more awesome, to the genesis behind HotorNot.com.

SEO Secrets for Better PR

This Thursday I’ll be doing an audio conference as part of Bulldog Reporter’s PR University on search engine optimization and public relations.

AOL Data Leaked Google Secrets

If anyone in the world of search engine marketing or optimization ever doubted the importance of a top five organic ranking, a look at AOL’s search data, served up by Google, should remove any question of that.

CRM Secrets – Winning Strategies to Beat Your Competition

Winning accounts and gaining customers is a natural part of running an organization, but, without the proper tools, it is sometimes difficult to know how you compare with your competitors.

Nineteen Rails Secrets To Web Development

Ruby on Rails has increased in popularity among web developers seeking a solid framework for their applications, and some helpful hints can make it even better.

SEMLogic Means No More Search Engine Secrets

WebProNews looks at Fortune Interactive’s SEMLogic technology and our newly launched SEMasphere and gives it a thumbs-up. From the article…

SEMLogic Means No More Search Secrets

During a compelling presentation of Fortune Interactive’s SEMLogic demo, I realized a greater implication of the service than accurate search marketing – Mike Marshall and his team have managed to duplicate search engine functionality.

IT Marketing Secrets on Seminars and White Papers

In order to sell a solution, you have to build awareness that there is a problem. Once you have built that awareness, you need to build awareness that your firm can solve that problem.

Secrets Behind MySpaces Success

I met MySpace’s CTO, Aber Whitcomb, last night at the posh and packed MySpace party here at Mix06 and I asked him how MySpace got so popular.