The Weekly Compete Pulse

Here are some articles we read this week and found interesting for online marketers.

Search may be the almighty now, but social networks are creeping up on search. Internet Retailer explains how today, young adults ages 18-34 turn to social networks as a means of finding new products and services: Search is Still King, but Less so with Young Adult Facebook Users

Thinking of content for a daily blog can get challenging. Chris Brogan shares his insights on how to crank out good content consistently: Cranking Out Content

If you can’t tell by now, social media is becoming more and more important to businesses. Clickz reminds us the importance of using social media to reach “higher levels of engagement” in business: The Next Generation of Business Engagement

Everyone knows that Facebook has become an excellent platform for marketing, especially when trying to reach targeted audiences online. In this article, Mashable highlights 4 tips to help improve your Facebook targeting and ad performance: 4 Ways to Improve Ad Performance on Facebook

ProBlogger brings us an article to remind us that blogging can be a little scary. In this article, ProBlogger goes through ten blogging horrors and how you can save yourself from each of these horrors: October Trends + The 10 Horrors of Blogging

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