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“In the upper left corner is your Pronet—people you know professionally who do the same kind of work, but not at your company.”
“Your mother-in-law may know someone who should be in your Pronet and who could connect you with someone with a great recommendation for a job.”
“There have been many discussions over the recent problems at Digg, Andy of Marketing Pilgrim, Muhammad of Pronet, and Michael of Wolf-Holf have all commented.”
“He also provides an archived copy of the last 10,000 buries before a Pronet story disappeared.”
“Back in January, we mentioned that Pronet Advertising had an online reputation monitoring tool, Serph, in open beta.”
“The Pronet story appears nowhere in the last 10,000 buries.”
“Speaking of Pronet, their excellent CrazyEgg heatmaps tool has a new competitor in ClickTale.”
“Pronet takes a look at the new StumbleUpon homepage design and compares to Digg.”
“Rick and Muhammad Saleem on Pronet Advertising also note some reasons why bloggers are reluctant to publish full feeds, as well as some strategies to overcome the potential problems of scraping (and wanting people to come to your site and click on your ads).”
“[If you want to discuss SMO further (aside from here in the comments, of course), Tamar at Search Engine Roundtable points to a thread on Muhammad Saleem's Pronet Advertising post, "SEOs Are a Part of the Problem" at cr8asite forums.]”
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