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What Google 'hummingbird' means for your SEO strategy
Entrepreneur
If the idea that SEO is dead crosses your mind or turns up in print, dismiss it. The fact is that nothing is really going to change in the way that we pursue the almighty ranking, with the possible exception of the resurgence of the long tail keyword, which was working its way back into our hearts anyway. Everything that worked before Hummingbird's release will still work moving forward.
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36 per cent more Canadians using social media for brand recommendations
Financial Post
New word-of-mouth (WOM) research from COLLOQUY shows a significant increase in the number of Canadians using social media for discussions about favourite brands. In a recently completed COLLOQUY survey, 38 per cent of Canadians said they're using social media to make brand recommendations. That's up from 28 per cent when COLLOQUY asked the same question in a 2011 study of WOM consumer habits, representing a 36 per cent jump.
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How enterprises use crowdsourcing
Venture Beat
As enterprises generate increasingly large mountains of data, they often turn to powerful software to make sense of it all. But big data tools aren't always enough — some tasks require actual human input. CrowdFlower, like Amazon Mechanical Turk or oDesk, is a market for crowdsourced labor. Through CrowdFlower's platform, freelance workers can tackle tasks for CrowdFlower's clients, which include major enterprises like Unilever, Apple, Google, and eBay.
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Reports: CIA collects bulk data on international money transfers under the same law the NSA uses
Financial Post
The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency is collecting records of international money transfers under the same law that the National Security Agency uses to collect Americans' phone and Internet records, the New York Times and Wall Street Journal reported on. The data, which includes records from companies such as Western Union, is part of a database of financial and personal information authorized under the Patriot Act, the newspapers reported, citing unnamed current and former government officials.
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What Google 'hummingbird' means for your SEO strategy
Entrepreneur
If the idea that SEO is dead crosses your mind or turns up in print, dismiss it. The fact is that nothing is really going to change in the way that we pursue the almighty ranking, with the possible exception of the resurgence of the long tail keyword, which was working its way back into our hearts anyway.

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3 requirements to extract value from a web analytics tool
Econsultancy
Web analytics can be an amazing driver of business performance when it's supplying insights that are used to inform business actions. For this, you need more than the technology, you need the people and the processes as well.

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Cloud services, data centres protected by Canadian privacy laws
Calgary Herald
As the muscular use of online surveillance increases around the world, Canada is being described as a safe data haven where data can be legally protected. Several companies have recently launched new cloud-based data storage services.

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IBM to announce more powerful Watson via the Internet
New York Times
IBM will announced that Watson, the computing system that beat all the humans on "Jeopardy!" two years ago, will be available in a form more than twice as powerful via the Internet. Companies, academics and individual software developers will be able to use it at a small fraction of the previous cost, drawing on IBM's specialists in fields like computational linguistics to build machines that can interpret complex data and better interact with humans.
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Brazil going too far on internet security
Financial Times
Throughout the current controversy over U.S., snooping on foreign powers, much of the focus has been on the damage done to relations between America and Europe. The revelation, in particular, that the U.S., tapped German Chancellor Angela Merkel's mobile phone has triggered debate in the EU about whether it needs tough new data protection laws.
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10 Google analytics advanced segments that reveal search & social ROI
Search Engine Watch
Web analytics expert and Google's Digital Marketing Evangelist Avinash Kaushik once said, "All data in aggregate is crap," because insights aren't found when looking at large amounts of data, but rather through focusing on important segments. Lucky for us, Google Analytics advanced segments received an extensive update, and the new features can be used to create segments that highlight your best-performing inbound efforts.
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