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In this Marketing Over Coffee:

Learn all about Google hating you, Twitter Campaigns, and Mobile Search!

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00:46 If Google doesn’t like your inbound links, Google Chrome encrypting searches

03:38 Successful Twitter Campaign to Drive Sales Case Study

07:10 Infusionsoft acquires GroSocial

10:22 Going on the offensive to thwart hackers?

12:46 Mobile Search on the rise

13:45 Facebook Ads, Our Kiva Money is back to $100!

16:25 The Don Sinatra asks Do you think Google+ has enough engagement and/or SEO benefits to warrant it as part of a social media marketing strategy?

18:15 Starup Metrics for Pirates

18:13 Heather asks: What do we know about Google Voice?

21:02 Road trip – John at AASIP Phoenix, Chris at Explore Social Media

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  • http://itsfreshground.com vanhoosear

    Chuck and I used Google Voice for years for business. You do need another phone, but you can do an awful lot without one (and without racking up any GV charges). While we finally broke down and bought a proper phone system (a hosted VoIP Digium Switchvox system), GV worked well for a long while.

  • http://itsfreshground.com vanhoosear

    Chris, you mentioned a technique proffered by Justin Cutroni to address the disappearing search term data in GA — setting up a filter that maps organic searches to the pages they land on. Can you explain this tactic in any more detail?