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Publishing: Google posted impressive numbers, coming just shy of $15 billion for the quarter, but the real news is in the details. Of particular interest is the inevitable revelation that all of the growth in ad revenues is being directed to Google-owned properties. The partner network of non-Google websites is seeing flat total revenues in the [...]
The Lima Consulting Group and ObservePoint audit revealed the largest percentage (33%) of websites employed 9 – 12 tags, …
A lot of people with Google stock are probably feeling wealthier this morning. The stock has just broken the long-anticipated $1,000 threshold. This is based on some very bullish reports by investment analysts and Google’s nearly $15 billion quarter, announced yesterday.
The question now is whether GOOG can go much higher or whether this is a ceiling (and whether there will be a spit). Yesterday the stock was trading at $888. It’s up more than $100 today. There will likely be some profit takers who send the stock down either later today or almost certainly on Monday.
This morning the Pew Research Center released new survey data about tablet and e-reader ownership in the US. Previously the organization had said that US tablet ownership among adults was 34 percent. The survey data released today indicate that 43 percent of Americans over 16 owne either a tablet or e-book reader (or both). The data show that 35 percent of Americans over the age of 16 own tablets and 24 percent own e-book readers such as the basic Kindle.
The survey from which these data come was conducted between July and September among more than 6,000 people over the age of 16. What does this mean in terms of real numbers? There are roughly 240 million people in the US over 16. If the Pew survey data can reliably be extrapolated it would mean the following:
Tablet owners: 84 million E-Reader owners: 57.6 million
These data were released in anticipation of Apple introducing new iPads next Tuesday. We’ll be there to cover the event.
Brands publishing news content isn't a question anymore. Brands must master publishing to rise above the competition, get attention from search engines, feel the sharing love in social, and create brand advocates that ultimately convert into sales.
SEO plays a key role in demand generation initiatives by cultivating significant organic search traffic and leads. Here are critical points B2B SEO professionals need to consider, based on select research highlights and evolving trends.
Performance on Facebook advertising for retailers is increasing significantly, meaning advertisers should feel confident about in their Facebook ad spends for the upcoming holiday season, according to a new report released by Nanigans.
We talk a lot about marketing automation these days and for good reason. In the new world order of Internet marketing it is a volume game. Marketing is no longer about creating an ad or even a series of ads that will ‘run’ in a variety of places in the hopes of someone seeing it at the time they had a need. Those were the easy days because the standard line was that it was for branding and it couldn’t be measured very well at all but it had to be done. Those days are long gone and have been replaced by highly measurable techniques in the online world that require marketers to create ridiculous amounts of content that are aimed at specific groups and designed to ‘show up’ when someone is looking for that product or service at the time of their need. There are now many marketing automation systems that help marketers manage and measure these efforts and you would think that with the level of importance it has in the process of gaining new customers that everyone would be getting involved. …
I found that Tweets between 100 and 115 characters were 34% more likely to be ReTweeted than Tweets outside of that range, with a 99.9% confidence interval. A big drop off in ReTweet probability occurs once Tweets get beyond about 120 characters, but up to that point, the longer the Tweet, the better.
So the high water mark is 120 characters. Can you restrict yourself to that limit on a consistent basis? Do you even agree? Do just a few more characters make it too long for people to read and share? Is it because anything longer might not let the retweeter add his or her’s two cents? God forbid!
In September 2013, 188.7 million Americans watched 46 billion online content videos, while the number of video ad views totaled 22.9 billion. AOL (fueled by its Adapt.tv acquisition) served the most video ads – 3.7 billion to Google's 3.2 billion.
When eBay launched as a marketplace for one-offs and collectibles, people thought it would fizzle as fast as a dud firework. Eighteen years later, they site has grown to be a major force in the eCommerce world. Still, stocks fell 6% today after the company predicted a sluggish holiday season due in part to that nasty old government shutdown. Fear not – eBay shall bounce back (and soon I hope because my eBay sales are suffering!) Check out these numbers from yesterday’s conference call:
137 million active accounts globally In Q3, eBay’s core Gross Merchandise Volume grew 12% over the prior year. 2.4 million new users acquired through mobile in Q3. Fixed-priced listings accounted for 71% of GMV globally and more than half of all U.S. transactions shipped free in Q3. (There’s that free shipping thing! Customers love it.)
Now eBay is making a bigger push into the local scene with eBay Now. This is their buy it on your phone, have it delivered within the hour service they’ve been testing in San …
SumAll, an analytics solutions provider that integrates multiple sources of marketing data viewable on a single screen, has released an iOS and Android application and optimized its analytics platform for mobile devices. SumAll says its solution integrates analytics from more than 30 social media, payment and digital marketing platforms, into one chart. With its latest […]
AOL is now the top video ad-serving property or network on the Internet; Google is number two. That happened as a result of AOL’s roughly $400 million acquisition of programmatic video ad platform Adap.tv in August. The following the top 10 video ad properties according to comScore: Source: comScore (9/13) ComScore said that “Americans viewed […]
If you're doing guest blogging and want to avoid getting in trouble with Google, you definitely want to do it in moderation, make sure you're on topic with the content and the website it appears on, and avoid abusing keyword-rich anchor text.