Some articles you may have missed! Here are a few articles that sparked interest in the Internet marketing community over the last few weeks.


7 Year Look At The Top Internet Properties – Interesting look at the top Internet properties from 7 years ago, and the top ones now. Some existed then and don’t know, and vice versa. Who made the list?

Google Warns Users of Possible Middle Man Attacks – Hackers and spammers find new ways of exploiting people’s vulnerabilities and insecurities. Google warns people may be using their brand to do so.

The Greatest Attribution Ever Graphed? – A great look at Google Analytics new multi channel funnel functionality.

Yahoo Data in Bing Webmaster Tools – Bing’s webmaster tools can provide useful Yahoo data.

10 Things Everyone Should Know About SEO – Amen!!! An article that breaks down what to and not to expect from SEO.

How To Google Like Google Googles – Some great tips on some of the more hard-to-find features of Google’s search engine.

Google Redefinites External & Internal Links In Webmaster Tools – Links from, say, a subdomain, are now categorized as an internal link rather than previously as an external link.


Guide To MultiChannel Funnels – Google analytics multi-channel funnels from the PPC perspective.

Social Media

Google Plus Is Failing – Data supporting the author’s claim that Google Plus is failing as a platform.

The Social Network Paradox – A poignant viewpoint of how social media is causing us to be distant from our peers rather than be closer.

6 Reasons Commenting On This Article Will Be Useless– Cracked magazine offers a funny view of why comments on blogs and articles will do no good.


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