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Google and Facebook Are Getting Hitched! Sorta…

Google and Facebook Are Getting Hitched! Sorta…

The Search Agency's social and paid search advertising experts weigh in on the recent announcement that Google's DoubleClick platform will soon include the Facebook Ad Exchange. [...more]

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Introducing: Inside the Search Studio

Introducing: Inside the Search Studio

The Search Agency is excited to announce another new and exciting series on The Search Agents blog: Inside the Search Studio. [...more]

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Are We Ready to Break the (Google) Glass Ceiling?

Are We Ready to Break the (Google) Glass Ceiling?

Surely Google Glass is the most catchy tech gadget as of now, but is it the most innovative? Louise discusses the limitations of the newest tech sensation. [...more]

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Google Changes Its Enhanced Campaign Tune… Slightly

Google Changes Its Enhanced Campaign Tune… Slightly

Taylor and Matt explain what Google's latest change to Enhanced Campaigns means for advertisers. [...more]

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The Search Agency Evaluates Celebrity Reach via “CoolRank”

The Search Agency Evaluates Celebrity Reach via “CoolRank”

After conducting preliminary research on a new engagement rank factor created by The Search Agency, Grant describes how CoolRank is calculated and what Google thinks of it. [...more]

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Google Sports a New Look: The Integration of the March Madness Answer Card

Google Sports a New Look: The Integration of the March Madness Answer Card

March Madness is getting even more mad with the help of Google's new March Madness Answer Card. Christina explains how this addition affects organic listings, SEOs and, of course, sports fans. [...more]

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The Continuing Battle for Privacy: Firefox 22 to Block Third Party Cookies in Firefox by Default

The Continuing Battle for Privacy: Firefox 22 to Block Third Party Cookies in Firefox by Default

Tristan discusses the nature and possible implications of Mozilla's future changes to their privacy policy regarding third party cookies. [...more]

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SOPA – What You Need to Know Today

SOPA – What You Need to Know Today

Keep hearing buzz about SOPA protests? Cassandra Caswell-Stirling breaks down the facts about what's really going on with Internet censorship on Capitol Hill. [...more]

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