By Helga Moreno from InstantShift –

Bookworms are referred symbolism to the late nineteenth-century art movement. It began spreading through Russia, France and Belgium as kind of protest against naturalism and realism in favor of spirituality, imagination and dreams. Sounds beautifully, isn’t it?…

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by Jessica Stillman from –

BuzzSumo analyzed 100 million articles to see what makes content go viral. Here’s what they found.

Producing content that will go viral can feel something like a crap shoot.

One week the blog post you dashed off in 15 minutes and hardly gave a second thought to lights up Twitter, while an in-depth analysis of industry trends you sweated over for hours sinks like a stone.…

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by Barry Schwartz from Search Engine Roundtable –

Google’s Matt Cutts posted a video explaining why and when Google may use something other than your title tag for the search results title snippet. Matt Cutts suggested that it is best for your to try to anticipate what the user will search for when crafting your title tags.…

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By Nicholas Carlson from

Everyone knows the tale of Steve Jobs but here is the lesser known story of the Google CEO. One day in July 2001, Larry Page decided to fire Google’s project managers. All of them.

It was just five years since Page, then a 22-year-old graduate student at Stanford, was struck in the middle of the night with a vision.…

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