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6 Dynamic Ways To Promote Your Blog For Free

As a blogger you are aware of all conventional promotional technique for blog promotion and now you must be looking for some more tips to take it to next level. The world is not a small place. Here we got many awesome gaps to fill it with our blog. In this article, lemme walk you […]
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Google+ Makes It Easier To See Your Mentions

Active Google+ users now have a handy new tool — a Mentions tab that displays all + mentions of a personal profile or page.
Previously, Google+ mentions were only accessible in the notification button, in the upper-right hand corner of the site, but notifications also include +1s, messages and other interactions. The Mentions tab gives a more uncluttered view of how a person or page is being addressed on Google+ and should be especially useful for page managers who want to keep track of conversations about their page.
For personal profiles, the new tab is visible at the top of the page between the More and Explore tabs. For pages, it can be found after clicking on Steam in the pull-down menu on the left-hand side of the page:

The feature is currently not available on mobile apps.
Hat tip: Google Plus Daily.
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Google Scrooge: I'll Take Those Ecommerce Links, Thank You | eBay Dumping Google Mobile Ads for Bing's | Mozilla: Ad Targeting Is Spammy (Unless We're Doing It)

Search: Google appears to be reaching its hand once again into the traffic cookie jar, testing search results where brand searches are pushed toward its own Google Shopping service rather than its advertisers. Ebay often lists search ads below its listings in hopes of making some additional revenue, and used to exclusively employ Google ads, but now [...]



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