Our monthly Online Internet Marketing Digest, features a range of hand picked web marketing stories.
This is a great way for webmasters to keep up to date with the latest SEO and online marketing news.
Each month we feature a collection of the latest stories from our industry that may help you to improve your SEO efforts.
View the hottest stories for June below.
SEO.com Content Collective, June 17 is a post by SEO expert Andy Eliason. For information about our SEO services or more great SEO tips and tricks, visit the SEO.com blog.The new SEO.com Content Collective is our way of hacking through the briar patch of useless, irrelevant, and downright questionable information that sprouts up non-stop on the internet and bringing out some of the gems that have real value…
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The ad revenue generated from mobile users may not be where Google shines, but it is an area that is continuing to grow. Whatever the exact earning numbers might be at this time, records do indicate that Google has taken over 50% of them.
Figures show that Google mobile advertising revenue has tripled from what it was in 2011 to an estimated 4.61 billion dollars. This means that by the end of 2012 Google held 52…
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As National Security Administration leaker Edward Snowden engages in an international game of cat-and-mouse with reporters and governments, WikiLeaks and founder Julian Assange have swooped in to help. WikiLeaks’ legal team is helping Snowden apply for asylum in Ecuador, WikiLeaks says it paid for his flight from Hong Kong and Assange himself took part in a Monday morning media call cementing WikiLeaks as the in-between for Snowden and the outside world…
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Google’s got $5 on it … er, make that $240,000. This is according to last week’s announcement from medical cannabis nonprofit Michigan Compassion. The nonprofit said $240,000 in AdWords grants had been given by the Google Grants program.
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The local search landscape continues to evolve quickly. New vendors and local optimization tactics are emerging almost daily. Here’s a recap of the state of local search, the key players, and how to chart your way forward in this complex area.
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Google has quietly dropped another search operator, the tilde (i.e. ~) search operator. Google Operating System blog noticed the lack of support for the tilde operator over the weekend. Reportedly, Dan Russell, a Search Research Scientist at Google, confirmed Google dropped the feature. Dan said…Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
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We all know the importance of fresh content. It is the lifeblood of any blog, and the main focus of anyone whether they are using a special content marketing strategy, or not. But what many people miss is the importance and benefits of repackaged content.
Anyone who has a blog should be taking advantage of old content by breathing new life into it. One blog post can have various uses and draw in traffic like you never imagined…
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