Here’s a few articles that you might have missed in the past week of Internet marketing: Facebook Shares Open At $38.22; Yahoo Buys Social Browser Maker Rockmelt; Twitter Announces Update To Search On Desktop; and Google Analytics Launches Real-Time API in Beta.
After a year of Facebook going public, many worried about their share investment chooses until the $38 share glass ceiling was broken. Share owners need to thank Facebook’s mobile advertising platform for the sudden increase.
With Yahoo’s recent purchasing track record it’s no surprise that it picked up a new social browser maker, Rockmelt. For a “small” fee of $70 million Yahoo and Rockmelt now share the same common goal of helping people “discover the best content around the web.”
Twitter tweeted about its new search update release. Now users will be able to see photos and accounts result and also now it will auto-populate recent searches and social content as a user type in queries.
Now marketers can understand more about the surfing habits of their website visitors thanks to real-time Google analytics. To easily access your website’s performance, marketers can download a mobile app to keep them informed with up to the minute metrics.
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