How to View (and Erase) Your Facebook Search History

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Whenever you search for something on Facebook, your search terms get stored in your Activity Log. Here’s how to view it (and erase if, if you so desire).

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Helping to Create Better Websites: Introducing Content Experiments – Analytics Blog

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Martin Hombre Hormiga‘s insight:

But just because it comes under the Google umbrella does it mean it’s any good? And how do you know whether its worth using or not? To help you answer these questions I have put together a list of 12 essential things to know, a short video overview and given it my own mid-term report card.

This tool used to be called Google Website Optimizer, which was pretty good considering it was free. Competition then grew, and back in June 2012 they decided to shut it down, and offer a cut-down version of it in Google Analytics instead. This is what the tool interface now currently looks like:

– See more at: http://rich-page.com/website-optimization/google-content-experiments-12-must-knows-before-using/?utm_source=emailbroadcast&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=gce#sthash.lTzIknZL.dpuf

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The New Rules of Search Engine Optimization (Infographic)

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In recent years, marketers and company owners could approach SEO and its value to Google and other search engines by producing quality, relevant content that would interest their audience. Unfortunately, with the rise of dishonest PageRank practices, it seems that producing that same quality, relevant content is no longer the most effective way to rank in the search engine arena.

Read more at: http://www.business2community.com/seo/new-rules-search-engine-optimization-infographic-0793054#!xCI7Y

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