So apparently ad space is finite in video, etc for usage in election...
(probably because of restrictions in volume?)
According to two webmaster trends analysts, having an HTTPS site may slightly help rankings ....
Google has made changes to the way they display images in Gmail. Images are now displayed in messages automatically.
Dr. Pete from good old Moz put up a great post about the 2014 Domain Gold Rush that is about to happen.
Google adwords has now realised a new type of adwords campaign called "Display Select".
Advertising is coming to Instagram. The popular photo sharing app showed off what they will look like. Honestly, it looks very similar to how parent company Facebook's ads look.
OK, gotta hand it ot the wonks at the agency LG hied for this campaign. It's epic.
Facebook is offering advertisers that don't have thier own images a tantalizing carrot, choose from a library of milions of stock photos for no extra cost.
So, Google has claimed that the current Panda update is a "softening" of the general algorithm and is more "finely targeted".
Sometimes I wonder how long it would take for large company to hire or buy out a newcomer?
Just quoted in a tweet, Matt Cutts confirmed that disavows will help penguin saying "disavows can help for Penguin."
What is the difference between Inbound Marketing and Content Marketing? I'm hearing a lot of things about Inbound Marketing recently. Is this just a buzz word?
http://www.seobook.com/outhouse-marketing ... this are article does a great job of calling out a bunch of the inbound marketing hype..
I realize that Google already does this w/its adwords in scanning Gmail content - but this move by Yahoo seems so overtly user-hostile...and Brave New World icky:
I was playing with Pinterest when it first came out, but I got bored of it.
While everyone is busy checking stats and making theories today..
Ok, I won't steal Ian's title that is supposed to drive many people to his article :)
Since Google changed the URL and PR flow within Google Plus, there has been lots of rumor on how Google must have killed PR and started from his
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