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Thursday, January 24, 2013

Social Media 2013: What Sites Are Most Important to Marketers This Year Wednesday, February 13th, 2013 | 2:00 p.m. ET/11:00 a.m. PT Chances are, you're a marketer who stands somewhere between "Social media marketing is useless" and "There's a new social network out there? I have to jump on it today!" This webinar will help you decide what networks are useful for your business--Facebook vs. Google+, Flickr vs. Pinterest, Twitter vs. LinkedIn. Join us on this educational webinar to learn: After the social media shakeout in 2012, which networks still matter? Where are marketers finding ROI and how? How social media can bridge the gap between what consumers want and what marketers can do to solve their problems--and make money doing it! How to integrate social media into the overall marketing mix. Tips on listening on social media, and how to apply insights in a creative, rather than creepy, way in your messaging. Come to this session armed with your questions. You'll be able to submit questions directly to our panelists for a live Q&A session during the hour. Sponsored by: Act-On Software Click here to register for this free webinar today! Can't make it on February 13th? No problem! Target Marketing Group webinars are archived for 90 days after the live event. Click here to register and get access to this webinar, both live and on-demand. SPEAKER Lee Odden CEO TopRankMarketing.com MODERATOR Heather Fletcher Senior Editor Target Marketing


Today, former Google search quality employee Andre Weyher has launchednetcomber.com, a service that exposes hidden relationships between websites and link networks.


netcomber.com
Worldwide launch of NetComber.com
Quote startWe believe that the internet should be as open and transparent as possible, free flow of information and competitive intelligence is a huge part of the web’s continued evolution. With NetComber we’ve made a giant leap towards achieving this goal.Quote end
Sydney, Australia January 24, 2013
Search engines are fully aware of who really owns what on the internet, until now, these relationships remained hidden to the general public, online marketers and SEOs. NetComber now makes this data available to everyone and the web more transparent in the process. The tool takes into account over 3000 signals like account IDs, backlink profiles and even coding style to calculate the likelihood that sites are owned by the same owner. Webmasters can hide their details through higher privacy settings in whois but NetComber uncovers these hidden relationships as whois data is only one of the many weighted factors taken into account.
The tool provides unique insights for SEOs, affiliates, ad networks, marketers, as well as anyone who wants to keep an eye on the competition. The NetComber team have crawled over 200 million sites, the bulk of the internet.
The user simply enters a domain name and is given back other domains that may be owned by the same people and what attributes the sites have in common, including overall similarity, account IDs, links in common and contact details. It is available via online interface and API.
“We believe that the internet should be as open and transparent as possible, free flow of information and competitive intelligence is a huge part of the web’s continued evolution. With NetComber we’ve made a giant leap towards achieving this goal as our tool exposes entire ownership and link networks, including the sites that webmasters would try to keep hidden.” – Andre Weyher, Co-founder of NetComber.com
Press contact
Andre Weyher, co-founder, andre(at)netcomber(dot)com
Telephone: 0061 416 678 659
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