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Facebook changes News Feed algorithm to battle clickbait and “empty calorie content”

May 22, 2017: “Organic social media” – a marketing method in which marketers are able to reach their target audiences without having to pay a social network to deliver any messaging — naturally offers the highest ROI for marketers, which explains this channel’s high adoption rate. For users, however — and for the social networks […]

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Forrester: Search is a “synergistic cross-channel amplifier”

May 2, 2017: Forrester Research – in concert with Catalyst and Microsoft – recently published a white paper touting the value of search – both paid and unpaid (SEO) – as an amplification mechanism capable of boosting the ROI of other media channels. The study – based on surveys conducted with 300 US-based B2C advertisers […]

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LinkedIn launches Custom Audience product

April 25, 2017: LinkedIn’s Custom Audience product, dubbed “Matched Audiences,” launched this week, just as the business-oriented network announced that it had hit the 500 million member mark. Like similar Custom Audience products launched by Facebook, Twitter and Google over the past several years, Matched Audiences is a self-serve tool allowing marketers to leverage their […]

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Moving from tactical to strategic SEO

April 18, 2017: SEO (Search Engine Optimization) has traditionally been understood as a tactic used to gain increased search engine visibility without paying for clicks. Consequently, the focus of most articles, speeches, webinars, and presentations is on its many tactical dimensions, e.g. how to get links, social shares, improve website performance, write the ideal keyword-optimized […]

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Google tweaks desktop SERP, boosting visibility of Twitter and News listings

December 6, 2016: As first reported at SEOJournal.com, Google has tweaked its desktop SERP UI, re-ordering results in a way that emphasizes entries from Google News and Twitter. This will likely have a major impact on desktop-based user behavior, especially for branded searches. For example, a branded search for “Sears” yields (in order of appearance on […]

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