Match.Com is an online dating service with Web sites serving 25 countries in more than 8 languages spanning 5 continents. Its headquarters are in Dallas, Texas and the company also has offices in West Hollywood, San Francisco, Tokyo, Rio de Janeiro, and Beijing. is owned by IAC.
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    … According to Synthesio, there were more than 311,760 conversations on social media on Valentine’s Day about the romantic day, with happy and love being the most-discussed terms. Synthesio also found that Tinder and were the most popular app and site for those looking for love on Valentine’s Day. Want to see how the conversation…

    Justin Lafferty/ AllTwitterin Social Twitter- 8 readers -
  • Data Love: A Night With the Man Behind OkTrends

    ….” But back in the mid-aughts, Rudder felt unsatisfied with how other dating sites were introducing people to each other. “There was, on one hand, the kind of idea, which was like, ‘You guys are both 25, and you’re a man and she’s a woman, and you both live in Brooklyn, and there you go.’” For Rudder, the options were too impersonal…

    Kieran Dahl/ The Content Strategistin Content Google- 12 readers -
  • How To Select The Perfect Clients

    … service. If they're walking against the current, you have what I believe to be the most detrimental predicament a service provider can have – a rift. That's a truly offensive four-letter word. What kind of rift are we talking about? Let's do a little calculating. First think about what you or your agency is really good at. Think about…

    Bill Sebald/ Moz Blogin Paid Search How To's- 7 readers -
  • It may be time to drop your annual marketing strategy

    … as a successful source of blog traffic. Instagram has become a popular way to promote recipes in the last few months. Snapchat is now being used to deliver daily deals and coupons. I even heard of new ways the dating site is being cleverly used as a social media marketing channel! My point is, if we are locked into any kind of a long-term…

    {grow}in Social Twitter- 4 readers -
  • 4 Common PPC Mistakes That Are Sending Crappy Leads to Your Landing Page

    … the current state of your campaigns. Checking for these mistakes should help you determine whether your PPC is sending poor quality traffic to your landing pages… or whether you should hit the landing page optimization books. Are there any other common PPC blunders that you’ve seen? Let’s nerd out in the comments. This post originally appeared on Unbounce, and is re-published with permission.Featured Image: Sean Kelly via Flickr You Might Also Like …

    Elizabeth Marsten/ Search Engine Journalin Paid Search- 5 readers -
  • Will Google Arbitrage Ever Stop?

    … advertisers. Take the example above, “what is hyperlipidemia?” — an informational search which likely has very low CPCs. The query used on the Ask and About landing pages isn’t always exactly the same as the original query. Often, it is less informational and therefore has higher CPCs. The engines can pay a minimum for a “what is hyperlipidemia?” click…

    Susan Waldes/ Search Engine Landin Paid Search SEO Google- 17 readers -
  • LBMA Podcast: Glympse, Blippar, and Esri

    … Welcome to This Week in Location Based Marketing, a weekly video podcast from the Location Based Marketing Association. Top stories of the week feature McDonalds Canada, Pinterest, Food Network, Lowe’s, Naziha Mestaoui,, Amazon, Oman, Glympse, Kraft, Blippar and Wal-Mart. Our resource of the week is from ESRI. Episode 187 Recorded…

    Asif Khan/ Street Fight- 9 readers -
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