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The Hidden Value of Custom Video Images on YouTube

Our observations indicate that Google might be utilising their image recognition technology from search to find related videos on YouTube. In a number of follow-up test cases we found strong correlation between the two, but only with fresh videos or …

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SES Hong Kong Day 1 – Mike Grehan

Link building tools and tactics.

Mike Grehan
Global VP Content, Incisive Media

Author of Search Engine Marketing Book: The essential best practice guide

Mike opened his expert talk on link building with a little walk down memory lane, using an anecdote about Alta Vista and how easy it was to manipulate …

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SES Hong Kong Day 1 – Cross-border SEO

Glen Shu

Glen Chu
Co-Founder, Digital Butter

Glen opened up by offering the advice that with content, website owners should write as if they are talking to someone in plain language. I suppose this enhances the users ability to engage with the …

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SES Hong Kong – The Inbound Marketing Cookbook

Eddie Choi
SES Advisory Board; Founding Partner, Frontiers Digital

Eddie begun his presentation by using the example of a customer using a smartphone to do research in the store. I have heard this example many times before in the guide …

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SES Hong Kong – Day 1

Keynote Address: Business Optimization in a Digital Age
Avinash Kaushik
Digital Marketing Evangelist, Google

SES Hong Kong

Avinash started his presentation by announcing how digital marketing is so cheap compared to traditional marketing, and how this makes it affordable for most businesses to …

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Awesome Stream Visualisation

This map shows how the stream of the XX’s new album coexist has been shared around the world. Each curve begins with a tweet, email or Facebook post and ends with the location of a new listener.


See it here: …

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YouTube Wants Your Real Name

YouTube now wants to know your real identity, not just your nickname. In efforts to create a ‘single unified product’ Google is self-canonicalising at every possible step and this is just one of them.

While editing one of my recent

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