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Welcome back to SEMrush's Food for Thought Friday for December 18, 2015. This week's links come to you from a galaxy far, far away, or Philadelphia, PA. Whichever sounds more exotic to you.This week's stories include: the rise of topical optimization, how content marketers can tell better stories with data, how hard is it to do conversion optimization on a platform like Steam, and how the police are using social media to find and prosecute criminals.Let's get to it!
It's Friday, November 13, 2015. Yup, Friday the 13th!Let's see what news stories are lucky enough to be included in this week's sampling of news from around the world of Digital Marketing.This week: President Obama gets on Facebook, WordPress further dominates its competition in the CMS sweepstakes, Google makes TensorFlow open-source, and Google wants to send you text alerts about holiday shopping deals.Read more after the jump!
It's that time again, welcome to Food for Thought Friday for November 6, 2015!This week's stories: How crappy is your content?; Is Google's strategy to connect Indonesia to the world-wide web full of hot air?; Is this the end of Google's Chrome OS as we know it (and do you feel fine)?; and finally, Internet retailer Wayfair.com makes some interesting discoveries about organic search in a great case study from Search Engine Land.Let's jump in!
In this week's installment of Food for Thought Friday we're looking at stories about Facebook killing off much-maligned game invites, the limitations of behavioral targeting in digital marketing, Google's RankBrain and the rise of the machines, and a guide to leveraging Google's Search Analytics API that doesn't take a wizard to understand.Read more after the jump!
In this week's installment of Food for Thought Friday we're looking at stories about Yahoo & Google getting the band back together, Amazon cracking down on fake reviews (again), Facebook's sleuths on the case against government-sponsored hacking, and the possible return of Google authorship.Read more after the jump!
This week Food for Thought Friday spotlights the social media‘s giants Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter shaking things up and making drastic changes. Are the Twitter layoffs a sign that the company is about to drop off the map? Is Facebook trying too hard to become the new YouTube with their new video feed? Does SEO disrupt your analytics data?