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Take a look at those familiar little icons in the top right corner of the screenshot above. Four of the primary social media sites’ logos adorn a prominent position on the homepage. Everyone who plays in the Facebook page strategy game has their opinions about the types of content to post. Some cities have better drivers than others. It could be because of the streets and conditions. It can be based upon the population itself. Content marketing has been growing for over a decade now, but 2013 is proving to be its pinnacle year. There is a trend that has been growing in the publishing and advertising world that actually makes sense. There are all sorts of tips, tricks, and techniques to drive more traffic to a blog. They usually involve either paying for it in some way, improving an avenue such as through search engine optimization, or building subscribers. Let’s face it. Despite the tremendous rise of productivity and organizational tools that computers, then the internet, then mobile devices give us, we sometimes forget things that at one point were important to us. One of my many search and social conspiracy theories (of which often turn out to be true) is that the Penguin algorithm update on April 24, 2012, was actually two updates. Things are changing for businesses who use Facebook for their marketing. It’s no longer a game where the benefits can be found in bulk. There was a time when word count was important for marketing. Depending on who you listened to and what you were going for, particularly from a search engine optimization perspective, the length of your content had a direct correlation to how well your pages would rank. There are two very obvious things happening in marketing today. Videos are becoming more powerful methods of broadcasting a business message because of improved technology and faster internet speeds. The search has begun for “Fiesta Agents” in the latest version of the Fiesta Movement. For the 2014 Ford Fiesta, they’re going all out to get user-generated content that truly exemplifies the sporty sub-compact, offering the car, gas, and insurance to 100 agents who can prove that they’d be the best agents in the world [. The idea of the NoFollow attribute on links was to help prevent spam from appearing on user generated content sites, particularly Wikipedia.