Here are some articles on big imaging news, the Gmail "Unsubscribe" button and Panda vs. the movie blogs. Also, ICYMI: two recent articles (one guest post and one interview) featuring SEMrush.
- Flawed Google Algorithm Updates, Movie Blogs, and Copyright Infringement – Tracking The Panda Updates From February 2014 by Glenn Gabe, G-Squared Interactive, March 2, 2014
Glenn, a Digital Marketing Consultant at GSQi, dug into the case of prominent movie blogs that lost traffic a ton of organic traffic overnight. Using SEMrush, he was able to heavily analyze the affected blogs.
Read Glenn's post about the algorithm update that went wrong.
On Email Marketing:
- The Unsubscribe Button is Here: How to Save Your Email List from Gmail's Update by Shannon Good, Savvy Panda, March 3, 2014
Gmail has introduced the "unsubscribe" option at the top of all promotional emails. But don't fret! Shannon shares some tips on how to keep your audience engaged so they won't even think about opting out.
- Since It Can't Sue Us All, Getty Images Embraces Embedded Photos by Joshua Brustein, Bloomberg Businessweek, March 6, 2014
Big news on the image front: Getty Images is releasing millions of images for free. Per the article, "Anyone can now visit its website, grab some embed code, and display an image on blogs and social media pages without paying a licensing fee."
SEMrush in the Press
Here are some recent articles featuring the team at SEMrush.
- 3 Ways SEMrush Can Make SEO More Effective by Josh McCoy, Search Engine Watch, February 24, 2014
Josh leads off with three ways SEMrush can make your life easier, and then conducts a Q&A interview with Sean Malseed, Director of Strategic Development at SEMrush, about our toolset.
- 5 ways to trick Google, guest post by Alexandra Tachalova for Real Business, February 20, 2014
SEMrush Brand Manager Alexandra Tachalova shares how savvy search engine optimization can help your website climb the Google ranks.