Our short work week still packed in a lot of Internet marketing news! If you were as busy as us this week, you might have missed out on some interesting Internet marketing topics. Stay in the loop and check out: History of the Internet in a Nutshell [Infographic]; 7 Tips for Creating the Right Mobile Experience for Your Website; Google Now: Do You Want Google Using Your Information In This Way?; 10 Engaging Ways to Use Photos on Facebook Timeline; and Where Good Content Goes Wrong.
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Imagine travelling through two decades of the Internet’s evolution, from the early stages of HTTP all the way to the recent developments of HTML5, without opening a bunch of windows and doing hours of research. Well look no further, thanks to the teams at Vizzuality and Hyperrakt for creating one of the most innovative interactive infographic to date.
Is your website mobile-friendly? Close to 50% of your audience access the Internet primarily through their mobile device; therefore, if your website isn’t mobile-friendly there’s a good chance you’re missing half of your audience. Keep in mind that your mobile visitors are different from desktop visitors. Check out the following steps to learn how to make your mobile website relevant and effective.
Should Siri scurry to catch up with Google Now? Android’s recent improvements have many people talking. This new application provides users a more personalized mobile experience and it is doing so by using “cards.” These cards plan to minimize users’ search. Take a look at the videos attached and learn more about this awesome app.
We’ve all heard the saying: “A picture is worth a thousand words.” And in a generation full of skim readers, what better way to reach your audience then with an image? Using pictures is a great way to increase your Facebook fan engagement; humanize your company and show off your brand. Get inspired from these photo strategies.
You’ve been a lot of time and effort into ensuring your web content is quality; nonetheless, Google’s algorithm updates (Panda and Penguin) aren’t letting you pass through their filters. You might want to review you’re content and ensure you are producing “future-proof links.” Review this article and learn how to re-vitalize your content.