weekly marketing news july 19 2014

Weekly Marketing Skinny • July 19, 2014

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In the marketing spotlight this week:

♨ Is Google Removing Video Snippets Just Like Authorship?
♨ Link Google My Business account with your Google AdWords account;
♨ Google+ dumped its real-name requirement;
♨ Find YouTube live events or Hangouts on Air on Google;
♨ New ‘Buy’ button on Facebook;
♨ Follow topic feeds on Pinterest;
♨ Which Social Share Buttons are site performance and security killers;
♨ Apple and IBM announced a major new partnership;
♨ Amazon launches Kindle Unlimited;
♨ Google Alerts gets new design;
♨ and much, much more…

weekly marketing news july 12 2014

Weekly Marketing Skinny • July 12, 2014

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In the marketing spotlight this week:

♨  Leaked Google’s Quality Ratings Guidelines (and what you need to know about them);
♨  Twitter now shows engagement numbers and, oh boy, do they suck…
♨  Multiple Facebook backlashes for their ‘mood’ study;
♨  Useful update to Pinterest Follow button;
♨  A rare occurrence: both Google co-founders sit down for a chat;
♨  …and much more.

weekly marketing news june 28 2014

Weekly Marketing Skinny • June 28, 2014

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how to drive traffic with outdated content

How To Drive Traffic with Your Outdated Content [CHECKLIST]

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Let’s start with this tension:

Updating an older, but relevant and valuable post could bring you more blog traffic, establish more credibility, and build more loyal readership faster than writing a new one – at a fraction of time and resources.

And here’s another one before we dive in:

The more you write, the more liability you create for yourself.

weekly marketing news june 21 2014

Weekly Marketing Skinny • June 21, 2014

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In the marketing spotlight this week:

♨ Google Manual Action Over 302 Redirected Links;
♨ Local SEO: Google Testing Neighborhoods;
♨ Essential Tools To Track Your Social Media Data;
♨ Google Kills Google+ Direct Connect Feature;
♨ Twitter Now Supports GIFs;
♨ Improved Facebook Right Hand Ads;
♨ You Can Now Share Smells Online;
♨ Music on Google Now Links to Apps;
♨ Amazon’s brand new Fire Phone;
♨ …and more.

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Content Marketing Leverage System: How to Multiply Your Reach

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What is the one core activity your business model won’t survive without?

If you were to stop doing this one thing, your business would come to a halt?

Even if you diligently stay “busy” working on all the other “busy” things on your to-do list?

Chances are you are in an information business of sorts.

marketing news april 26

Weekly Marketing Skinny • April 26, 2014

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In the marketing spotlight this week:

♨  New Matt Cutts’ Video: How can small sites become popular?
♨  Google Penalizes PostJoint Over Guest Blog Links;
♨  Help Test & Validate Web Marketing Hypotheses;
♨  ‘Is Google+ Walking Dead’ Mass Hysteria;
♨  Facebook has launched a newswire service… on Twitter?
♨  Pinterest Updates;
♨  New Twitter Profile is Now Available to Everyone;
♨  Upgrade to WordPress 3.9;
♨  Project Naptha – highlight, copy, and translate text from any image;
♨  …and more.