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LinkedIn Announced All Advertisers will Get Sponsored Updates

July 31, 2013 0 Comments
LinkedIn Announced All Advertisers will Get Sponsored Updates

Now to all advertisers sponsored updates will be available it has been announced by LinkedIn.  For about six months of testing last week the feature was announced.  To a few number of companies the company initially made it public. Via self-serve they’re available Now. “Today we’re excited to announce that Sponsored Updates are now available […]

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Google is improving the quality of its AdWords product

July 30, 2013 0 Comments
Google is improving the quality of its AdWords product

Google is working on improving the quality of its AdWords product thus it is updating its quality score process. In every possible way, pay per click advertisers make sure you conciliate Google that they sketch out outline is dangerous for success. By the search giant Paid search guidelines handed down are usually not the type […]

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How Affiliates Can Play A Part In Future Proof SEO

July 26, 2013 0 Comments
How Affiliates Can Play A Part In Future Proof SEO

For a lot of SEO affiliates, the past year had been very tough, notably due to two Google algorithmic updates – Panda and Penguin. Panda would aim to bring down mediocre content, and unfortunately, a lot of SEO affiliates had historically put in little in that field. The number of large affiliates who had gotten […]

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Google Doesn’t Mind This Kind Of Hidden Text

July 26, 2013 0 Comments
Google Doesn’t Mind This Kind Of Hidden Text

From Google Webmaster Help video says that Google is actually ok with some type of hidden text. Google talks about in its quality guidelines. A question been asked – when clicking a button if the hidden content which becomes visible then how does Google treat it? Matt Cutts says about this – “I wouldn’t be […]

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Google News – Old Story Showing Like New News

July 25, 2013 0 Comments
Google News – Old Story Showing Like New News

The old news is showing like new news in Google news. It is not clear yet like on Google’s part, this is a bug or publishers are making game with the system. The big thing is that is repeatedly happening. It’s not done, people used to come on Google news to search some new news, […]

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Twitter Started Twitter TV Ad targeting in the U.S.

July 24, 2013 0 Comments
Twitter Started Twitter TV Ad targeting in the U.S.

New TV ad targeting in beta has been announced by Twitter back in May. Now in US it is available. The beta test period results says that as compared to just using TV by itself, TV and Twitter combined have significantly improved campaigns. Twitter’s Michael Fleischman says in a blog post – “In our tests […]

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Google launched a Couple of Recent Webinars Regarding AdWords Enhanced Campaigns

July 23, 2013 0 Comments
Google launched a Couple of Recent Webinars Regarding AdWords Enhanced Campaigns

Today Google has announced a couple of recent webinars relevant to AdWords Enhanced Campaigns. Since advertisers are continue to regulate to the modifications ahead of the complete transition. Only these webinars deal with campaign management, Google+, strategies for upgrading and Enhanced Campaigns. To enhance at about two million AdWords campaigns have been set. When Google […]

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Google Has Launched an Updated App For iOS Devices

July 22, 2013 0 Comments
Google Has Launched an Updated App For iOS Devices

Last week Google has launched overhauled Maps 2.0 app for Android. It has also made an announcement about a dedicated design for the iPad. Navigation features has also been enhanced with this update which helps to the users to navigate around traffic. In a blog post Google said – “A dedicated tablet design brings all […]

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Quick Fixes For SEO May Not Be As Effective As You Think

July 19, 2013 0 Comments
Quick Fixes For SEO May Not Be As Effective As You Think

Are you already exhausted by the number of Penguin 2.0 related posts? Each big Google algorithm update would be followed by weeks of posts which address the particulars of the change. Who was hit worst? What were the similarities? The differences? How would this update be related to the equinox? The alignment of the Earth […]

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Google Announced Some Changes to Omnibox

July 19, 2013 0 Comments
Google Announced Some Changes to Omnibox

Today Google has announced some changes to Chrome’s beta channel. To the omnibox it has made the biggest change. Into the search suggestions Google has adjusted to how recency plays. People who are using Chrome beta on Windows, Mac or Linux, this is apply to those, starting from today. Changes mean you’ll get “more contextually […]

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