Google+ Tops 10 million users!


Google’s latest social-networking experiment is officially 10 million users strong.

That number, which appeared earlier this week as a third-party estimate, was confirmed today by Google CEO Larry Page, who spent the first few minutes of the company’s second-quarter earnings call talking up Google+ and its features.

“I’m super excited about the amazing response to Google+ which lets you share just like in real life,” Page said in a statement ahead of the call. Page then kicked off the call by talking up the new property, saying that it’s a good representation of the kind of clean and easy to use products he wants the company to be making. Page also noted how features like circles and hangouts mimic real-life human interactions.

Google launched Google+ late last month not even in beta, letting in only a handful of users, who could later invite their friends and family. Page noted that the service remains in a “field trial” mode, and with “a lot of barriers” to use it right now, but that the company is continuing to expand how many have access to it. Page referred to the 10 million benchmark as “a great achievement” for the team that worked on the product.

Beyond raw user numbers, Page said the service has received “a ton of activity” with more than 1 billion items shared and received each day. That’s been bolstered by the +1 button, which Page said is now being served up around the Web 2.3 billion times a day.

“We want to make products that everybody uses twice a day, like their toothbrush,” Page said during the earnings call. “We certainly think about Plus that way, and just generally having a shared identity experience across Google and its products.”

Page is currently the second most followed user on the new service according to, a third-party analytics tool that’s currently tracking more than 28,000 profiles on the service. Page is second only to Facebook’s CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg, who has approximately twice as many followers.

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Posted by on July 15, 2011 in Marketing Tools


DecoGraphic Marketing

DecoGraphic Marketing was born from a need to be able to offer internet marketing services. Time change and technology evolves. Remember yellow pages? we basically just recycle them every time we receive them but it was not the case 8 or 9 years ago. Today with the techology of google, online yellow pages and other directories it’s simply useless to use the big old yellow pages book. But in order for your company to dispose of their yellow pages advertising effort, it is important to have created a website to begin with, then it must be optimized.

DecoGraphic Marketing mission is to be your internet marketing agency with whom you don’t have to worry. Just leave us all the work and we’ll make sure you’ll be noticed. From SEO to Pay Per Click and from email marketing to Social media networks, we’ve got you covered. Visit us at to better understand the technology that today we put at your service.

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Posted by on May 26, 2011 in Marketing Tools, SEO, The Company


Google talks URL shorteners and SEO for social search

12 April 2011 | Author: N. Hamilton Media copywriter

Just days after Larry Page messaged Mountain View to say the firm needed to “go social” and get behind it’s Like button rival – Google +1, Matt Cutts talked URL shorteners and SEO in a bid to bring webmasters up to speed on how Google’s latest social search strategy will affect ranking signals.

In a YouTube video posted on Google’s Webmaster Help channel, Matt Cutts responded to a user question that queried whether custom URL shorteners could be seen to provide anchor text for links now that Google uses Twitter and Facebook links as ranking symbols.

Matt Cutts answered that custom URLs function like most redirects – meaning that using custom URL shorteners or keyword-rich custom URL shorteners shouldn’t negatively impact SEO.

“Custom URL shorteners are essentially just like any other redirects,” Cutts said.

“If we try to crawl a page, and we see a 301 or permanent redirect, which pretty much all well-behaved URL shorteners (like or will do, if we see that 301, then that will pass PageRank to the final destination.

“So, in general, there really shouldn’t be any harm to using custom URL shorteners in your SEO. The PageRank will flow through. The anchor text will flow through, and so I wouldn’t necessarily worry about that at all.

“But just URL shorteners, as far as they relate to SEO, are not necessarily a problem at all. The vast majority of well behaved URL shorteners have good up-time and also pass page rank and anchor text because they use a 301 redirect.”

However, Cutts noted, Twitter links may be processed and ranked a little differently. The Mountain View man explained that links on Twitter’s web pages are often no-follow links and may not necessarily flow through page rank, even though they may be flagged and processed through data feeds.

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Posted by on April 26, 2011 in Marketing Tools, SEO


QR Codes Explained!

I found this really good image from our friends at that explains quite simply the use of QR codes and what exactly they are.

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Posted by on April 15, 2011 in Marketing Tools


DecoGraphic Marketing – Partnership with Constant Contact

Press Release – E-mail Marketing Solutions Partner

DecoGraphic Marketing Joins the Constant Contact Partner Program

Solution Provider Program Delivers Effective and Affordable Online Marketing Tools
to Win Customers and Build Strong, Lasting Relationships

Miami, FL — April, 2011 — DecoGraphic Marketing – Digital Marketing Solutions today announced it has joined the Constant Contact Partner Program (NASDAQ: CTCT) as a Solution Provider Partner. DecoGraphic Marketing will now be able to provide its clients with easy-to-use: email marketing, social media marketing, event marketing, and online survey tools to help them create and build strong, lasting customer relationships.

This new alliance will allow us to offer our clients the best service available for email marketing,” said Fabrizio Colombi. “The Constant Contact online marketing tools give our clients a valuable addition to our core services. Because of the tools’ ease-of-use and affordability, membership in the Constant Contact partner program provided a great solution to meet our clients’ marketing needs.”

DecoGraphic Marketing will now use Constant Contact’s online marketing tools, which are specially designed to help small businesses and organizations drive participation and strengthen relationships. These tools include:

–       Email Marketing for quickly creating professional-looking emails, managing contact lists, measuring campaign results, and reviewing new list         members;

–       Social Media Marketing for turning fans, friends, and followers into customers. Harnessing digital word of mouth from Facebook, retweeting offers on Twitter, or posting a review on Yelp keeps the conversation going and generates a powerful buzz for small business;

–       Event Marketing for efficiently promoting and managing registrations and RSVPs for meetings, functions, seminars, and events; and

–       Online Survey for gathering feedback that helps meet customer needs, generate new ideas, and help grow a business or organization.

Our tools are all proven to help small businesses connect with customers and build successful relationships with them,” said Steve Johnson, vice president, Partners, Constant Contact. “We are pleased that DecoGraphic Marketing chose Constant Contact to provide its clients with our online marketing tools and we look forward to working together to be an even bigger factor in their customers’ success.”

About DecoGraphic Marketing

With more than 10 years of experience with DecoGraphic, Inc, we now bring you DecoGraphic Marketing! A full digital marketing service so you can complete your marketing strategy and efforts, and once and for all, target your correct audience. Take a look around; you should be able get an idea of what we offer. Should you have any questions, we are here to help. Call us or write to us to get estimates on pricing for all our services.

About Constant Contact, Inc.
Constant Contact is revolutionizing the success formula for small organizations through affordable, easy-to-use Engagement Marketing™ tools that help create and grow customer relationships.  More than 400,000 small businesses, nonprofit organizations, and member associations worldwide rely on Constant Contact as their engagement hub for starting and driving ongoing customer dialogs through email marketing, social media marketing, event marketing, and online surveys.  All Constant Contact products come with unrivaled know how, education and free coaching with a personal touch, including award-winning customer support.

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Constant Contact and the Constant Contact Logo are registered trademarks of Constant Contact, Inc. All Constant Contact product names and other brand names mentioned herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of Constant Contact, Inc. All other company and product names may be trademarks or service marks of their respective owners.

Please direct all press inquiries to:

DecoGraphic Marketing

Fabrizio Colombi


+ 1 (305) 454-8548

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Posted by on April 12, 2011 in Marketing Tools, SEO, The Company


DecoGraphic – Announces “DecoGraphic Marketing”

We are proud to share our newest addition to the DecoGraphic Inc, family. DecoGraphic Marketing, a digital marketing agency that will offer Search Engine Optimization, Pay-Per-Click, E-Mail Marketing, Social Media Marketing, as well as website design and optimization. “I would personally like to invite you all to take a look at our website,

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Posted by on April 12, 2011 in Marketing Tools, SEO, The Company


Social Media Revolution (2009 Video)

This video is a must see. If there is anyone out there that still has doubt about how social media networks can help their business
should re-think their reasons. Video will re-direct you back to youtube since there are some restrictions from our friends at Sony!

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Posted by on March 31, 2011 in Marketing Tools