April 8th, 2011
Here are a few articles that sparked interest in the Internet marketing community over the last week.
SEO news and updates:
Google Puts The Smack Down – An irate webmaster attacked Google’s Panda update saying he had "quality content" and SEORoundtable posted the results from Google’s response.
Bing April 2011 Updates – Bing is scheduled to make an update this month. See how it may affect search results.
Wildcard Search – Google has a lot of extra features and tools available within the search engine. This article discusses the "wildcard" feature.
Another Panda Update? – Panda is still making updates and some sites are feeling the impact.
Feds Ready To Approve Google Deal With Government – This may cause a bit of panic, but Google is also involved in government.
Social Media news and strategy suggestions:
Three Ways Brands Can Manage Risk On Social Media – Companys have to consider social media and their brand as it can be abused if not monitored properly.
Signs Your Social Media Strategy Is In Trouble – Danger! Danger!
What Would The Music Industry Be Like Without Napster? – A break from the normal marketing; how different the music industry might be without file-sharing sites.
Google Social Search Update – What is Social Search? Read this article.
3 Blogging Lessons From Leonardo Da Vinci – Da Vinci is even influencing blogs!
What’s Wrong With Foursquare – Critique on a fairly popular social media outlet.
Google Stolen Content – Google’s insight on the purpose of the Panda update and some of the potential drawbacks. Features a video by search guru Matt Cutts.
Say Goodbye To Google AdWords Position Preference – Position preference is leaving AdWords.
AdWords And The New +1 – The new +1 by Google and how it relates to PPC.
Anyone using Blogger? Google’s own blogging engine has made an update to their interface and available tools. Check out the video presentation below:
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