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Thursday, June 16, 2011

CNET: Pandora, a good service but poor investment

It may seem to be a poor investment at the moment, but many other companies started out that way and turned out to be extremely lucrative. It all can change on a dime and the more popular it becomes, the higher the stocks will go.

It probably wouldn't hurt tweaking their search engine optimization which could lead to even more users and advertisers. That would certainly be a big step in the right direction.

As a business owner you already may have experienced the power of the Internet. Almost everybody is connecting to it on a daily basis and search engine optimization is an excellent way of putting your business in the picture.

You may lack the know-how, but there are some great search engine optimization companies out there with all the expertise and experience needed to help you out. You sure wouldn't be opening Pandora's Box by hiring them. On the contrary; it could turn out to yield huge profits!



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