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Here are this week’s top stories in search, social, content, paid marketing, and more.
Hot News in Internet Marketing
Top Story: Facebook tops the news this week with a couple of big stories for marketers, but this one has the biggest effect on us. Not only can users not pick the content they want to see first (such as your business page, hint hint), Facebook will also recommend new content (again, company pages) that users might be interested in. It may take some pretty awesome content to get there, but if you get your followers to give you priority, you’ve got a pretty captive audience, and may get recommended to others to boot. Here’s the full story from Social Media Today:
More Internet Marketing News
Google Upgrades Mobile Browser Display To Allow Reviews [Blumenthals.com]
Google Now Indexing 466% More Tweets, Still Favoring Higher Authority Users [Study] [Search Engine Land]
Report: US Paid Search Spend Up 22 Percent In Q2, Google Regains Share Losses [Search Engine Land]
Internet Marketing Learning Center
Here are this weeks hand-picked articles and tools to help you market online.
Content isn’t always original. Here’s how to stay clear of copyright issues when sharing content.
How to Cite Sources & Not Steal People’s Content on the Internet [HubSpot]
YES, you can tell Twitter to tell you when someone is looking for your services. Learn how here.
How to Find More Customers With Twitter [Social Media Examiner]
Neil Patel is a content powerhouse with a blog following. Learn from the master.
13 Important Questions You Need to Ask Yourself Before Blogging [QuickSprout]
Sadly, reviews from 5 years ago do still impact your online, but you can still get past them.
When Reputation Management Issues Hurt Your SEO Program [Search Engine Land]
Hey look…it’s cute AND it’s useful!
What Is the Ideal Length of Everything Online? [INFOGRAPHIC] [Social Media Today]
Not getting a return on your email? Read on.
From Beginner to Pro: A Complete Guide to Tripling Your Email Conversion Rate [QuickSprout]