Hot At Sphinn: Summer Book Recommendations, Remarketing Campaign Tips & More

sphinn-logoWith summer now in full gear, we asked readers of our sister site, Sphinn, to help create a summer reading list last week.

That was the topic of our “Discussion of the Week,” which asked for Recommended SEO/PPC/Social Media/Internet Marketing Books. There were a variety of suggested books covering SEO, web analytics, Google AdWords and more — but we’re going to refrain from picking out a favorite comment this week because we don’t want to look like we’re showing favoritism toward any one book. If you’re looking for some reading recommendations — or have some of your own — check out the discussion today.

That book discussion was also the most popular story last week among Twitter users, with a record 236 tweets. Meanwhile, a story offering tips on getting demographic data from remarketing campaign was the next most popular article on Twitter.

Here’s a look at all of last week’s Sphinn activity.

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Most Tweeted (not already listed above)

Hot On Sphinn: July 11 to July 17, 2011

This is the latest in a weekly look at the stories that were “hot” on Sphinn in the past week. We’ll post these recaps every week.

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