• About Jenstar

    Jennifer Slegg is a longtime member of the SEO community and is an expert on social media, content marketing, Google AdSense and search engines.

    Creative Facebook Ad Tactics @ SMX West

    by  • February 29, 2012 • Conferences, Social Media Marketing • 0 Comments

    Moderator: Greg Finn, Chief Marketing Officer, Cypress North (@gregfinn) Q&A Moderator: Noran El-Shinnawy, Director of Marketing, BoostCTR (@noranshinnawy) Speakers: Addie Conner, VP, Advertising, SocialCode (@socialcodeinc) Matt Lawson, VP of Marketing, Marin Software (@marinsoftware) Will Scott, President, Search Influence (@w2scott) Marty Weintraub, CEO, aimClear (@aimclear) First up is Matt from Marin Software.  He says consumers exposed to […]

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    Building Buzz On Twitter: Getting Followed & Retweeted

    by  • February 29, 2012 • Conferences, Social Media Marketing, Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    Building Buzz On Twitter: Getting Followed & Retweeted Moderator: Elisabeth Osmeloski, Managing Editor, Search Engine Land (@elisabethos) Q&A Moderator: Jennifer Slegg, Owner, JenSense.com Speakers: Drew Conrad, Social Media Marketing Specialist, ZAGG (@drewconrad ) Carrie Gouldin, Web Community Manager, ThinkGeek Chris Silver Smith, President, Argent Media (@si1very) Chris Silver Smith was up first, and he starts […]

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    Does Google Favor Brands? An In-Depth Look

    by  • February 28, 2012 • Conferences, Google • 0 Comments

    At SMX West, the session does Google Favor Brands brought a lot of interesting comments from many of the panelists.  Moderated by Danny Sullivan, it featured: Bryson Meunier, Director, Content Solutions, Resolution Media (@brysonmeunier) Mark Munroe, Senior Director, SEO, Reply!, Inc (@markemunroe) Aaron Wall, Author, SEO Book Tony Wright, CEO, WrightIMC (@tonynwright) First up was […]

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    Getting Personal : How Google & Bing Personalize with Search History & Geography

    by  • February 28, 2012 • Conferences, Google, Microsoft • 0 Comments

    I attended the Getting Personal session at SMX West with both Bing and Google on the panel, and it really highlighted how similarly both search engines use localization and search history to custom tailor search results you see when searching for pretty much anything on either search engine.  Rangan Majumder, Principal Group Program Manager at Bing (@rangthang) and […]

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    Should you outsource some of your blog tasks?

    by  • May 31, 2011 • Blogging • 0 Comments

    When you have a blog, there are many  fixes and changes that many wish they could do to their blog to make it better, more user friendly or simply safer, but many bloggers tend to run into two problems.  Either they lack the skills needed to make the changes or the amount of time it […]

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    Creating new hot content for trending topics

    by  • April 10, 2009 • Writing Content • 8 Comments

    Sometimes the best articles or blog entries can be something you have written off the top of your head about a hot topic – something that is trending in your niche and about to hit that tipping point that turns it into a hot topic that everyone is suddenly talking about.  However, you need to find these […]

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