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This Week In Internet Marketing 2013 06 04

Internet Marketing June 4th, 2013

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Happy Tuesday,

I know the end of the month is always a crazy time around the TechWyse office and there’s a really good chance you’re equally as busy. Here’s some Internet marketing related article you might have missed: Twitter Reportedly Working on Answer to Facebook Exchange; Goodbye SEOMoz. Hello Moz; How to Track Your Facebook Ad Conversions; and Google’s 200 Ranking Factors [Infographic].

Twitter Reportedly Working on Answer to Facebook Exchange

As social media advertising continues to prevail, Twitter is looking for new ventures to remain a competitive advertising platform. Similar to Facebook Exchange (FBX), Twitter is working on ad retargeting program so brands can have a more prominent ad coverage. With the IPO expected to launched within the next year, Twitter is ensuring its bag of goodies appeals to marketers.

Goodbye SEOMoz. Hello Moz

On May 29th, SEOmoz official transitioned into the first stages of its new branding: Moz. It took two strategic years and over 130 Mozzers to round out their new identity. With a similar mission and vision to SEOmoz, Moz’s overall goal is to help people do better marketing. Moz analytics has now launched in beta and will be replacing SEOmoz Pro.

How to Track Your Facebook Ad Conversions

Social media advertising is becoming more popular, especially on Facebook. With the average Facebook user spending 6.75 hours online, it’s proven to be a great way to reach any audience. However, many are still skeptical of Facebook’s advertising benefits and the overall ROI. This article will show you how to track your Facebook advertising efforts.

Google’s 200 Ranking Factors [Infographic]

Google has never publicizes a list of all its ranking factors; however, SEOs are always making their own notes. When trying to keep up with Google’s latest algorithms, it’s important to continue to practice the best ranking strategies. Here’s a non-official list of ranking factors to keep in mind.

More Internet Marketing Headlines

Bing Turns 4: Was There A Search Update?

Yahoo Local: How to Set Up & Optimize Your Business Listing 

Apple Rumoured To Be Considering Ad Exchange

How to Track Your Facebook Ad Conversions 

Cutts Insists Panda, Penguin Not Designed To Increase Google’s Revenue 

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Vanessa is fresh to the world of Internet marketing but as a digital native, she is quickly catching up to speed. Working with a strong focus on social media, Vanessa aspires to learn all aspects of this fast-paced industry.

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