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Search and Destroy

Check out this week’s recap for all things site search, Google reports, and SEO.

Do ya know?

(psst –– check out the answer down below)

Which one of these slogans is Coca-Cola’s current slogan?

Top Posts of the Week


Bonus: In case you missed it, take a break and check out the shortlist for the 2022 Comedy Pet Photo Awards


What We Learned

Monday: Successful marketing strategies depend heavily on where your audience is. Aware explained the top 9 marketing channels to start analyzing but how to use them. They gave a simple step-by-step approach to how to understand your channels.

Tuesday: If you want users to be able to search your site, it better be user friendly. There are great benefits to having this feature for more insights about your site. shared the top 5 internal site search practices and more tips for boosting eCommerce.

Wednesday: Despite being in place for a few years, there is still some confusion around Google’s 2017 Freshness Update. Search Engine Journal laid out all of the details on how the “freshness” of your content influences ranking.

Thursday: Need help with link-building and growing your traffic? Search Engine Land put together a list of 10 of the top link-building services with reviews and all the places to use them.

Join the Conversation

Lisa asked, “🚩🚩 question. TLDR: How long do you continue to follow up with a potential client who has agreed to hire you, but kinda keeps ghosting you?” Check out the full post for more deets.

Melanie wrote, “Has anyone had success having imposters removed on Instagram? I reported from the app as the brand, our followers have reported them and nothing. I also went into Meta support chat and they “reviewed and rejected” my request because I wasn’t the person who was being impersonated (even though I initiated the chat from the brand’s business suite). This is very frustrating as the imposter are actively scamming our followers. Seems Instagram doesn’t care…”

Kiko shared, “Well played Chex Mix. Can anyone else relate? 😂”

Jillian posted, “Working on a new member kit that adds an [inexpensive] touch of celebration. I’d love to add just a HINT of this oversized confetti in brand colors, but is any loose confetti too much confetti?
Other ideas eagerly welcomed!!” Who knew there were so many types of confetti out there?

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The Tangerine Destroyer

Yes, that is Conan the Barbarian in the background of this drink picture.

Yes, that is why we chose the recipe.



  • 3 oz fresh tangerine juice
  • 1 1/2 oz premium tequila
  • Fresh basil leaves
  • Orange peel



  • Place the orange peel in a cocktail shaker and use a wooden spoon to crush and bruise the peel.
  • Add the basil leaves to the shaker along with the tequila and juice.
  • Fill the shaker with ice and shake it up.
  • Strain into a double old fashioned glass with large ice cubes.
  • Garnish with the fresh basil leaf and orange peel.

Recipe by Giadzy

Ads from the Past

1997, Skittles

Did You Know?

Which one of these slogans is Coca-Cola’s current slogan?


d. Real Magic

We’re in the “Real Magic” era.

They’ve been at this since 1886 and it’s worth checking out all of the different Coca-Cola slogans over the decades.


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