Internet Marketing News Update #242, October 15, 2015 >>

Small businesses continue to overlook Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Whether it is due to limited budgets or a lack of marketing savvy, small businesses continue to place less value on SEO than do larger companies. Even though 45 percent of small business owners acknowledge that search engine traffic is an important source of new business, only 17 percent have invested in SEO.
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Internet Marketing News update #241, September 15, 2015 >>

Online advertisers must prepare for life without Flash
Amazon and the Interactive Advertising Bureau are the latest heavyweights to announce they are turning their backs on Adobe's Flash. Firefox, Chrome, and Safari browsers already hamper or completely block material running on Flash, and as other major marketing and content providers follow suit, ads dependent on Flash are fast becoming Internet pariahs.

Internet Marketing News, #240, August 14, 2015 >>

Smart watch demographics pose a challenge for mobile app marketers.
With 63 percent of smart watch early adopters being male, mobile developers face a particular problem with getting users to engage with their apps. Not only are men less likely overall than women to use apps, but their app usage is less concentrated, meaning that no one category of apps is used by as much as 50 percent of men.

Internet Marketing News Update #239, July 15, 2015 >>

Google adds enhancements to incorporate consumer behavior into its ad models.
Google has rolled out a variety of new tools designed to bring digital advertising more in-line with how consumers actually make decisions. For example, digital media buys on its DoubleClick platform will now have cross-screen measurement, so if an ad on one device leads to a purchase made on another device, the advertiser will know. The new package of tools also includes enhancements such as making programmatic buying more direct.
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Internet Marketing News Update #238, June 15, 2015 >>

Tweets to be available via Google.
For the first time since 2011, Twitter posts will be included in Google search results, thanks to a new agreement between the companies. The move is expected to drive more traffic to Twitter, while Google wants a means of providing information on breaking developments in real time. According to one analysis, tweets will be ranked ahead of news results in some situations. This service will roll out first via a mobile app, with desktop search to follow later.
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Internet Marketing News Update #237, May 15, 2015 >>

Google mobile search results shift away from displaying URLs.
Google has announced that in order to make its search results more user-friendly on mobile screens with limited space, its mobile search results will no longer use the web page's URL to identify it. Instead, these search results will use a more descriptive form of identification, including the name of the web site and the subject matter of the specific page.
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Internet Marketing News Update #236, April 15, 2015 >>

Yahoo's search gains from Firefox may prove short-lived.
When Yahoo began a five-year deal to be the default search engine on Mozilla's Firefox this past December, it got an immediate boost in search share. According to analysis from comScore, Yahoo's share of search that month jumped to 11.8% of the desktop search market, its highest share since 2009. However, after peaking at 13% in January, Yahoo's share has started to move in the other direction, dropping to 12.8% in February.
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