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August’s Top 50 Sites: Yahoo!, Amazon, privacy.

It seems that Yahoo! has solidified their once questioned place as the second highest ranked site, beating out Facebook for the fifth month in a row and increasing their margin to roughly 2 million unique visitors (UVs). Not only is Yahoo! beating out Facebook, but they are also continuing to gain ground on search giant Google, having both a higher month-over-month (MoM) and year-over-year (YoY) growth.

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Everyone has Googled themselves, right? Right. If the curiosity doesn’t get you, the narcissism surely will. All too often people perform this small ritual and what do they find? Pure horror. But not to worry! Recently Lifehacker put out an article on how to better your online reputation using a variety of social media platforms like LinkedIn, WordPress and Vimeo. In the world of personal branding you’ve got to be

Round 2 of Tumblr vs. WordPress vs. Blogspot: FIGHT!

Image from: Mitar Art As a follow-up to a much celebrated blog by Damian Roskill last November I felt it was about time we jump into Round 2 of Tumblr vs. WordPress vs. Blogspot: FIGHT! In addition, to a quick update of the metrics on these platforms, I thought it might be nice to take a look at top blogs from each of these networks. We’ll be taking a look

Tumblr vs. WordPress vs. Blogger: Fight!

Image from: Digital Genetics/Shutterstock Tumblr has been in the news a lot recently because of their huge user numbers (there’s also been some question of whether or not they are a “bot fest” – but I’ll leave that for others to analyze.) Back in 2009, I compared Tumblr to Posterous – but since that time Tumblr has just pulled away. So much so that Posterous seems to have seen the

The Weekly Compete Pulse

It’s finally Oscars weekend, there are movies to watch and the Academy to thank. But before you dive head first into what everyone is wearing on the red carpet, check out some of this week’s news articles that we read and found interesting for online marketers. One of the hardest parts of online marketing is being able to brush off the haters. Thanks in part to social media, you can

Optimizing Your Personal Branding With Microblogs

WordPress, Tumblr, Posterious, oh my! Every day it seems like a new platform emerges. How many do we really need? Better question is: how many do I really need? According to the Unique Visitors to Tumblr and Posterious, a lot of us think we need them! I have accounts to all three platforms and I’m realizing the need to start thinking about blogging like I think about the e-mail marketing