Once again, SEO is in the news. Once again, the media (along with an elected official or two — shocker!) clearly doesn’t understand how the industry works. While it seems New York’s elected (and appointed) officials could give a rodent’s posterior about protecting the… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
A lawsuit filed in US court last week by ActiveCast Media against Google provides an inside glimpse at just how opaque and complex the world of online traffic acquisition ecosystem can be. ActiveCast, a subsidiary of Web Integrated Net Solutions and headquartered in the British Virgin Islands,… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
A major upgrade has occurred for Facebook’s Graph Search – the ability to search posts and updates on top of the preexisting functionality. Users will be able to search posts by topic, location and time with the usual Graph Search modifiers. The results returned will soon include status… Please visit Marketing Land for the full […]
Unlike the desktop version, Gmail apps have remained ad free. It now appears with the latest Android Gmail update, that’s going to change. Artem Russakovskii of Android Police dug in to version 4.6 of the Android Gmail app and found evidence that, while likely not live yet, ads are coming…. Please visit Marketing Land for […]
Big news in the search world yesterday. Google announced that it is using a new search algorithm called “Hummingbird” to sort through its millions of facts and billions of web pages. The system takes its name from the more “precise and fast” results that it is intended to… Please visit Marketing Land for the full […]
Facebook announced it is making changes to the ads algorithm to improve the relevancy of ads in users’ news feeds. The algorithm determines what ads to show Facebook users. What’s changing? The company says it is putting greater emphasis on feedback from users about the ads they see…. Please visit Marketing Land for the full […]
Did you know you can see how your website is performing on Twitter? You can see all the tweets that link to your website, whether or not they include your @username. You can see tweets that link to any specific page on your website. You can see how often Twitter users click on links to […]
Kudos to all of you smart marketers for keeping me on my toes. At SES San Francisco last week, I was asked three good questions that I hadn’t heard before and wasn’t really prepared to answer. The title of this post is one of them: When it comes to SEO, is adaptive Web design or… […]