Whilst there are many tracking tools on offer, whether you’re at your desk or on the move, few match Toggl for simplicity and convenience.
Few businesses make the maximum use of LinkedIn, seeing it only as a place to put up profiles and perhaps post the occasional status update. A new tool called LinkedIn Signal opens up the network to be a much more powerful networking, marketing and research tool. Here we demonstrate how you can use LinkedIn Signal to keyword search what anybody is saying on the service – even if they are not a first-degree connection to you.
Here’s something I did not know. According to the people at Ask Your Target Market (AYTM) the game Angry Birds, “has been downloaded over 300 million times. It’s on track to reach 1 billion downloads in the not too distant future. And here’s where it gets shocking – people play Angry Birds 200 million minutes per day! That’s equal to 16 years of game play every hour of every day!”
Search Engine Land has done a good job of mashing up the notion of the Periodic Table we all know from chemistry and repurposing it to SEO.
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