Don’t have the time to read all the marketing news, blog posts, announcements, and other content related to SEO/social media/online marketing published each week?
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I sift through trillions (well, hundreds) of online publications to stay on top of marketing news that might affect your online business.
In the marketing spotlight this week:
♨ Search Engine Traffic Declines Across the Board;
♨ Google Authorship Photos No Longer in Search;
♨ Worried about negative SEO?
♨ More Tweets in Bing search results;
♨ Happy Birthday, Google+!
♨ Larry Page on What’s going on with Google Plus?
♨ Big Updates Coming to YouTube This Year;
♨ New Multi-Product Ads Arrive On Facebook;
♨ Buffer Launches Content Discovery & Sharing App For iOS;
♨ What Google Announced at I/O 2014;
♨ Google Drive Just Announced Big Updates;
♨ Amazon is giving 30 Android apps away for free;
♨ Google is now in the domain registrar business;
♨ Working from home: expectations vs reality…
♨ …and much, MUCH more.
Let’s start with the news from Traffic Generation Café.
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.
That’s why, when you are short on time, consider updating a post from your archives instead of spending hours writing a new one.
Plus, here’s what Google says about updating your site:
To make your (and mine) life easier, I came up with a handy checklist on what you need to do to update your content efficiently and maximize web traffic potential:
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