Despite the title, I don't have too strong feelings against these experiments.
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.
Getty Images and Pinterest announced a partnership where Pinterest pays to put meta data
The heart hand gesture has grown in popularity over the last few years.
Google introduced their social-empowered ads that would place users' photos and names below the ad.
Buffer has published a good summary of what search marketers can still do
Barry has done a write up about it http://www.seroundtable.com/google-penguin-2-1-17474.html.
In an interesting Google+ Post, Pete Meyers mentions that Google Mortgage Finder is starting to show up in the UK.
Well Google have made a move to authorship in image search and quite frankly it looks like they have made a dogs breakfast of it.
Ian Lurie has a very interesting article on how Google may put all their efforts together to create a new smart search engine:
Back when the Boston marathon suspects were running from the police, my buddy Kenny Hyder tweeted what seemed like the most poetic
I know I would be happy to have a threadwatch button on my site. Not sure about how hard it would be to develop this but it should be something you guys consider in the future.
There is a new Carousel at google.com search for Miley Cyrus followed by the word "songs ie "miley cyrus songs" and you will see it.
To say website owners are confused now is to say nothing..
BBC reports that the New York local attorney general's office set up a fake yogurt shop in Brooklyn and sought companies to help promote it's online presence.
My buddy Ryan Jones recently tipped me off that Google seems to now be redirecting all traffic to the HTTPs version of their site. What does this mean?
Barry Schwartz posted an interesting article not long ago about a Webmaster World poster that claimed he considered killing
Article looking at CTRs on mobile devices. Essentially, the point here is if you're on page one, enjoy it, but if you're not, things get dicey for ya...
Interesting question. Is the current approach to optimizing paid search ads off the mark?
For a long time SEOs suspected that Google was indexing URLs that are found with in content, but not linked to.
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