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Multilingual Matters

First for Davide Corradi in both Google.com and Google.co.uk

April 30, 2010

It is interesting to see that once links mature and get some traction the results in terms of rankings sky rocket. Yahoo Site Explorer identifies 20 links (followed and nofollowed) to the page with no content that was trying to rank for Davide Corradi , that and the trackbacks from my blog comments links plus [...]

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Social Media 2008. Worldwide Passion for Social Media.

February 20, 2009

Social Media, social behaviour in the web in general, has arguably been the most significant phenomenon in the Internet world in 2008. Google zeitgeist compiles annually some of the highlights from Google searches around the globe and it is not a surprise to see the supremacy of Social Networks within the list of the top [...]

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Guerrilla Marketing – Going too far?

February 5, 2009

One of  the most notorious showman in TV in Spain, going by the nickname, “El Gran Wyoming”, member of the TV channel, La Sexta, has proved to be an expert in spreading shocking-but-false information to increase the audience.  This week, the “El Gran Wyoming” has been in the eye of the hurricane after a video [...]

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Time to speak Spanish. Search in Latin America.

February 1, 2009

According to ComScore the number of Internet users in Latin America now has risen to the point of almost 75 million. That figure excludes traffic from public computers such as Internet cafes which is a current practise in South America. Considering that the IMF economic forecast places the south american continent as the only one which slight [...]

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Top 10 reasons to go Multilingual online

November 7, 2008

In times of economic turmoil is never a good idea to put all your eggs in the same basket. Diversifying your business and make it accessible to a wider audience will increase the business chances to appeal to customers. Usual response from business in difficult times is to resort to reduction of costs or what [...]

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