How To Convert Visitors Who Are Considering Switching From a Competitor This is as simple as searching “[competitor name] intitle:forum” in Google to see not just what questions are being asked, but where these conversations are happening. MarketingSherpa has a great article that goes into even more ways to gather ... 07/12/2014 - 5:16 am | View Link
How To Convert Visitors Who Are Considering Switching From a Competitor This is as simple as searching “[competitor name] intitle:forum” in Google to see not just what questions are being asked, but where these conversations are happening. This is where spying on your competition & gathering competitive intelligence allows ... 07/12/2014 - 4:15 am | View Link
How to Find Hidden Jobs The short answer? Yes! Check out these examples: First, Google: intitle:about.us manufacturing | warehouse "facilities manager" intitle:about manufacturing "facilities manager" -intitle:job "Sr. Facilities Manager" intitle:about.us The best thing about ... 09/20/2013 - 4:42 am | View Link
Find Guest Post Opportunities With One Powerful Query The raw query would be: [(freelance OR guest OR contributor) (blogger OR writer OR author) (post OR article OR story) (intitle:"write for" OR intitle:"contribute to" OR intitle:guidelines OR intitle:submission OR intitle:submit OR intitle:submissions OR ... 09/25/2012 - 2:29 am | View Link
Jai Bhadrakali: Ramya Krishnan intitle role The shooting of Saikumar starrer Jai Bhadrakali was completed recently. Directed by Kodi Ramakrishna and produced by B.V. Srinivas under Navya Visuals banner, the movie stars Prema as the heroine. Ramya Krishna has come out of retirement to play the title ... 08/7/2008 - 1:00 pm | View Link
For the first time, Americans are competing for Britain’s Man Booker Prize — and they’re off to a strong start. Citizens of the United States hold four of the 13 spots on the longlist announced today in London. They are: Read full article >>
For the first time in 70 years, three of J. D. Salinger’s earliest stories are available to the public — and new illustrations helped make it possible. The recently released collection, “J. D. Salinger: Three Early Stories,” comes from the Devault-Graves Agency, an indie publisher in Memphis, Tenn., that carefully tiptoed around the Salinger estate’s copyright. Before he died in 2010, the famously reclusive author of “Catcher in the Rye” (1951) spent the last decades of his life insisting — sometimes in court — that no one quote from his letters, republish his uncollected work or use his famous characters.