Web News Hits – April 3 – Your Daily Source For Web 2.0 Links

Marketing Apr 3, 2008

Breaking News
The New York Times reports that 300 are set to go at Doubleclick…

…and Matt Cutts talks about Google spinning off the search marketing side of Performics:

Personally, we think it was the right move for Google & applaud their actions.

Search Engine Land suggests how to make your content “submit worthy”:

“In order to be successful on social media news and bookmarking sites, you have to think like a typical power user. Start by understanding some fundamental truths about the users of these sites.”

Small Business SEM helpfully explains how to add a business to MSN/Live Local Search

Ad Age advises that to reach shoppers, retailers need to think beyond the print circular…and go digital

The U.S. trails the rest of the world in social media growth? Online Media Daily reports on the results of a two-year Universal McCann study:

The U.S. trails emerging markets such as China, Brazil and Russia in the adoption of activities including blogging, social networking and video-sharing. China, for instance, has already surpassed the U.S. in the number of people starting their own blogs, at 43 million compared to 26.4 million.”

And Copyblogger gives you the scoop on “How To Create A Rock-Solid Tagline That Truly Works”

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