And it’s already November. Here’s a look into the past week of the Internet marketing industry: Using Google+ To Appear in Top Results Every Time; Maximizing Social Advertising for Lead Gen, Engagement & ROI; Could Bing Ever Overtake Google in Search?; and Twitter Raises IPO Price to $23-$25, Could Make $1.7B in the Process.
Using Google+ To Appear in Top Results Every Time
It’s no secret that social signals have begun to influence SEO rank; however, marketers are still uncovering social media’s effect on SERPs. The good people over at Moz discovered a strategy to help ensure you appear in the top search results every time. All you need is active Google+ account.
Maximizing Social Advertising for Lead Gen, Engagement & ROI
Social media advertising… everyone is doing it! And if you’re not, there’s a good chance you aren’t sure which social platform will be most profitable for your cause or what each social media medium has to offer. Understanding the best practices for each network will save you from wasting ad dollars.
Could Bing Ever Overtake Google in Search?
There’s a good chance that Bing won’t be overtaking Google anytime soon. Even though Google is the dominate search engine, marketers must realize that there is still a valuable audience dedicated to Bing. Webmaster should consider Bing in their internet marketing strategy. Let’s not forgive, Microsoft has been around a long time and so will Bing.
Twitter Raises IPO Price to $23-$25, Could Make $1.7B in the Process
This Thursday marks a big day for Twitter, as its finally scheduled to go public. Twitter initially set the share price between $17 to $20; however, the company raised its IPO price range to $23- $25. If Twitter sells its desired 70 million shares, it could be earn up to $1.7 billion from the IPO.
More Internet Marketing Headlines
Twitter and Bing Renew Search Deal
Matt Cutts On Creating More Content For Better Google Rankings
5 Ways to Prepare Your Facebook Page for the Holidays
Google Says: Use AdWords Ad Extensions, Or Else
I agree that webmasters should be thinking about Bing for many aspects of their sites. I always try to rank just as good in Bing as I do on Google. Google is still king and yeah they will probably continue to be but its still a good idea to be good with Bing…just in case!