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Privacy: Facebook is hoping that by tracking individual users by general location rather than by specific latitude and longitude, people won't freak out. Maybe there has been a lot of executive turnover over at Facebook in the past couple of years, so they don't retain much institutional memory. Pando has a review of initial reactions from [...]
Facebook has extended its lead as the leading driver of social media referrals, according to Shareaholic’s first quarter social media traffic report. Facebook traffic accounted for 21.25% percent of the share of visits — a gain of nearly six percentage points over the social network’s December figure — on Shareaholic’s network of 300,000 websites. Shareaholic says its network gets 400 million unique monthly visitors on “sites ranging from independent lifestyle blogs to publishing companies to commerce sites.” Pinterest, Shareaholic’s referral traffic runner-up, has also showed significant growth since December, jumping 2.31 percentage points to 7.10% of overall referral traffic. The rest of the measured social networks, continued to languish by this measure, with Twitter the only source of more than 1% of referrals, at 1.14% in March. The rest of the March results: Stumble Upon (.99%), Reddit (.21%), YouTube (.09%), Google+ (.08%) and LinkedIn (.04%).
Google has announced a new feature to enable people to follow trending topics happening in the world or even down to a specific country, as well as receive notifications from Google on any specific topic you like, all which are sent via email.
Facebook, which up to now has concentrated its advertising sales efforts in its own environment, will soon launch a mobile ad network, according to a post today in Re/Code. Citing “multiple sources familiar with the matter,” Re/code reported that Facebook will announce the move at the “F8″ conference next week in San Francisco. From Re/code: Facebook will pitch the ads to publishers and developers as a way to leverage the social network’s vast database of user information for better ad targeting. And Facebook wins by expanding its ad reach — now it can make money from its billion-plus users even when they’re not on Facebook’s own properties. Mobile advertising already accounts for more than half of Facebook’s ad revenue. In the last three months of 2013, revenue from such ads was 1.24 billion, so a move to extend Facebook’s advertising reach has long been anticipated. In January it took preliminary steps toward that end with a test that placed ads in third-party mobile apps.
Visits will now be called "sessions" and visitors will now be called "users." The Google Analytics team has also integrated web data and app data within the same reports. These new views roll out to all accounts starting this week.
Sitelinks, logo schema, brand image alt tagging, Google+, publisher tagging, local listings, and looking beyond the first page of brand results are seven area where you need to make sure the brand is given its fair share of SEO attention.
The real key to maximizing returns comes in not just contracting the appropriate experts, but in managing them well. One entrepreneur shares his top rules for keeping your outsourced marketing team (and yourself) accountable and efficient.
Chris Cancilla serves as the chief creative officer of Trisect, a Chicago-based ad agency working with leading brands like Kawasaki and Kimberly-Clark. Cancilla originally joined the agency in 2011 as its executive creative director. He was instrumental in delivering the agency’s signature Ninja 300 campaign while leading the creative team for Kawasaki. As chief creative officer, Cancilla is charged with expanding Trisect’s creative capabilities and reputation. For nearly 20 years, Cancilla has been creating breakthrough, award-winning creative campaigns that live across channels. Fluent in offline, online and retail communications, Cancilla says he is most inspired by the challenge of seamlessly integrating these points of contact. Before joining Trisect, Cancilla was an SVP, group creative director at Y&R Chicago. While at Y&R, he led multi-discipline campaign development for brands as diverse as Sears, Dave & Buster’s, The Red Cross and Hilton Hotels. His “Turf Wars” campa…
RLSA is a very powerful tool, especially as personalization continues as a trend across the digital landscape. Here are three tips on keyword targeting, bidding, and ad copy, plus three important reminders on how to set up RLSA for success.
While business owners call in SEO experts, ask their friends for freelance referrals and even search through the latest content-dating sites, finding quality writers to produce content may just be right under their nose.
Which form of content should you focus on creating? Should it be long, short, or a mix? If a mix, what's the right ratio? It all depends. Here are the pros and cons of each, plus six critical questions to help you figure out what's right for you.
You have made your website printer-friendly but you are not too sure if people are actually printing any of web pages. And if they are, you would probably like to know how frequently they print pages from your site and what kind of content is printed more often. There are multiple ways to print a web page. You may use the File->Print menu in the browser or press the Ctrl+P keyboard shortcut (or Command+P on a Mac) to send the current web page to the printer. Some web pages have a dedicated PRINT button on the page itself that internally executes the window.print() method to print the document. We therefore need a solution that can track and capture the print action on a web page irrespective of the method that was originally used to send that page to the printer. That’s where Google Analytics will help. Track Printed Web Pages with Google Analytics What we need to do is add an invisible 1×1 tracking image — similar to the one we used for Gmail read receipts — – to the printed version of…
I’m going to share one Blog post writing tip which I usually follow when writing about any topic, reviewing any tool or when it’s not a news post. This one tip will not only make your article interesting and meaningful but will also make it actionable/doable. Not to mention, these are three important attributes of a quality article, that Google likes. One of the most common way people start writing an article/Blog post is, directly [...] Why? What? How? Rule in Writing Blog Post? Is a post from ShoutMeLoud - Shouters Who Inspire Special: Pre-signup For Make Money Blogging Program at ShoutUniversity: Join Professional Blogging University
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