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Happy Labor Day Weekend! Here in Boston, we’re soaking in the warm weather while we still can. If you find yourself with some free time between splashing around in (read: winterizing) your pool, check out a few of our favorite digital marketing articles from our feeds this week.

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This edition of the Compete Weekly Pulse has a strong focus on one of our favorite topics—blogging! Take a look at some of our favorite articles from the past week to learn all about how your can optimize the results of your blogging endeavors.

The Compete Weekly Pulse

Happy National Simplify Your Life Week! We hope that some of our favorite articles from last week will help you do just that. The following five articles are filled with information, tips, and tricks to help your digital marketing, to put it simply, win the internet.

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This week’s Weekly Pulse includes three of our favorite articles on how to develop your social media marketing plan. Pair that with new findings concerning the “digital generation gap” and some insight on the CEO-SEO dynamic, and this edition of the Weekly Pulse will have you feeling like the savviest digital marketer on the web.

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Our favorite articles from this week focused on bringing you crucial information about your digital marketing strategy. If you missed them, take a look at these must-reads featuring resources, updates, and warnings that you absolutely need to know. Essential Twitter Marketing Resources: A Complete Guide Twitter has the ability to be a staple of your digital marketing strategy—but only if used correctly. This article by Social Media Examiner provides you

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This week yielded an interesting mix of articles from all over the web. Here’s a round-up of the stories our followers and we liked best!

(Flappy) Bird is the (Key)word: Lessons from its Virality

If you’re an iPhone owner, chances are you’ve heard of a certain, maddeningly frustrating game called Flappy Bird. If you’re not an iPhone owner, chances are you’ve still heard of it – the simple, yet unnecessarily difficult app flapped to viral success, but took the application world by surprise when creator Dong Nguyen abruptly took the game down.

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Happy weekend! Hopefully the new year finds you well as we bring you a round-up of the top content we shared this week: notes on email marketing statistics, optimized link creation, keeping leads in your sales funnel, and SEO predictions for 2014.

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Here’s a round up of our favorite digital marketing stories from the web this week: People Shopping on Mobile Devices Visit More Sites Than Those on a PC, Mobile App Metrics that Matter, Matt Cutts: Google Penalties Get More Severe for Repeat Offenders, and 5 Ways To Evaluate The Quality Of Audience Data.

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Here’s a round up of our favorite digital marketing stories from the web this week: How Shoppers Use Mobile Phones in Stores, 25 Marketing Cliches You Should Avoid at All Costs, 101 Lessons from five years of SEO by Brian Dean, Nail Content Writing and Inspire Your Readers to Respond.

Providing “Not Provided” – How You Can Still See Search Referral Data

You’ve seen the headlines. Google is rolling out secure search for everyone. Marketers shouldn’t fear this change though; this is just another step towards progress in the ever-changing world of search. Instead of burying ourselves in organic keyword lists, we must start taking a more holistic approach to search marketing and begin taking steps towards seamlessly combining paid and organic search data.