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You Can Be a Hero on New Year’s!

Today is a big day, it is New Year’s Eve and many celebrate by drinking and/or using substances that impair their ability to drive safely. Today you can be a hero by stopping others from driving impaired and also by choosing to not drive impaired. Anytime you can save a life you are a hero The post You Can Be a Hero on New Year’s! appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

14 Solutions to Your New Year’s Midnight Kiss

Find a Baby There’s got to be one crawling around somewhere. What’s cuter than kissing a baby’s fat cheek? Photo by Win McNamee/Getty ImagesClick here to view this gallery. Do you find yourself in a panic every New Year’s Eve because everyone’s counting down and Billy Crystal has yet to explain all of the reasons why he’s madly in love with you? No? Oh okay — me neither. SEE ALSO: Top 10 Kisses of 2012 But the final holiday of the year can put a lot of unnecessary pressure on people. We want to end and begin each year with a bang — this often means the perfect outfit, an amazing soiree and the midnight kiss that will sweep you off your feet. Instead of starting 2013 in a state of panic, then promising to be better later, enjoy New Year’s Eve and stop worrying about a silly superstition. We’ve come up with a couple solutions to the big smooch at… Continue reading… More About: humor, new years eve, pics, Watercooler

YouTube Favorite ‘Charlie the Unicorn’ Returns After 3 Years

One of YouTube’s early viral hits, Charlie the Unicorn is back with its first installment in three years. Charlie the Unicorn 4 is a mini-adventure in which Charlie visits the moon, defeats the mysterious Millipede (but only after singing a psychedelic tune) and narrowly escapes death with the help of his friend, the Starfish. If you’re a fan of past Charlie videos, this will not disappoint. The first Charlie video was released in 2005, the same year YouTube launched, and became one of the network’s big successes with more than 60 million views. Sequels to the short film hit YouTube in 2008 and 2009. What do you think? Does Charlie still have it? Let us know in the comments. T… Continue reading… More About: Charlie the Unicorn, Viral Vidoes, YouTube

Increase Facebook Interaction Wall Post Cheat Sheet

With many Facebook marketing campaigns, while content is king, success is oftentimes dependent on  the details of the execution itself. Besides knowing what kind of content works best, the question comes up of how to get more likes, shares and even comments. In other words, how does one go about getting the most interaction on The post Increase Facebook Interaction Wall Post Cheat Sheet appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Do You Believe in These 10 SEO Myths?

Given the number of different sources online, determining what constitutes legitimate information on the practice of search engine optimization and which assertions are either factually incorrect or maliciously wrong can be incredibly challenging. So, in order to sort the wheat from the chaff of the digital marketing information published online, I’ve rounded up ten of The post Do You Believe in These 10 SEO Myths? appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Curiosity Rover Spends Holidays at ‘Grandma’s House’

NASA’s Curiosity rover worked through the holiday season on Mars by taking a close look at an intriguing bit of Martian terrain, a region scientists have lovingly nicknamed “Grandma’s House.” The Curiosity rover is currently parked inside Yellowknife Bay, a shallow depression of odd terrain nestled inside the rover’s vast Gale crater landing site. “Grandma’s House” is an informal name for Curiosity’s holiday spot inside the bay, rover team member Colette Lohr said in a NASA video. “This is a really exciting time for the team because we’ve started to do what we call discovery-driven planning,” said Lohr, Curiosity tactical uplink lead at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif.… Continue reading… More About: Curiosity, Mars, NASA, space

Get Over Yourself – Matt Cutts Did Not Just Kill Another SEO Kitten

Fed up with Google’s continual changing of the rules?  Worn out by all mixed messages they send?  Sick and tired of being sick and tired of the endless insanity that’s known as SEO? Listen up, people.  If you want to stop getting hammered by Google for your SEO practices, you really need to pull your The post Get Over Yourself – Matt Cutts Did Not Just Kill Another SEO Kitten appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Apple Guideline Changes Give $140,000 Kickstarter the Green Light

POP charger, a $140,000 Kickstarter project to create a universal charger for phones — including Apple devices — was killed last week due to its incompatibility with Apple’s strict guidelines for Lightning accessories. In an unexpected turn of events, Apple has revised its Lightning guidelines, which means the POP project once again has the green light. The Kickstarter campaign for POP raised nearly $140,000 — more than double its goal — before the project was shut down. Now, one of the project’s founders, Jamie Siminoff, claims the project will continue to go as planned. “As you know on Thursday we sent you an update that because of Apple’s rules around Lightning we would… Continue reading… More About: apple, Lightning, POP charger

Track Santa Online – NORAD Bing & Google Santa Tracker

Happy Christmas Eve SEJ readers! Like many other search & tech blogs, we’ve been doing write ups on NORAD Santa Tracker for years. This year however is a little more special than usual. Why? Well, there are two reasons. The first and most important reason is that my son is now 2 1/2 and has The post Track Santa Online – NORAD Bing & Google Santa Tracker appeared first on Search Engine Journal.