This Week in Internet Marketing 2014 03 17

Google: Go Ahead And Disavow Links Even If You Haven’t Been Penalized

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This week has been full of interesting developments and updates including: Google’s Matt Cutts: New Softer Panda Update Coming Soon; Google: Go Ahead And Disavow Links Even If You Haven’t Been Penalized; and Facebook’s Video Ads Are Here: 15 Seconds, Autoplay, and Silent Unless Clicked.

Google’s Matt Cutts: New Softer Panda Update Coming Soon

Google’s Matt Cutts: New Softer Panda Update Coming Soon

A new algorithm is on the way to soften the effects of Panda. Designed to help small businesses, there has been no date given yet but the update
will give Panda less impact on certain sites.

Google: Go Ahead And Disavow Links Even If You Haven’t Been Penalized

Google: Go Ahead And Disavow Links Even If You Haven’t Been Penalized

Matt Cutts had an interesting conversation this week on Twitter in which he confirmed that it may be a good idea to disavow bad links in your profile even before you face a penalty for them. He went on to say ” only thing I’d add is if it’s 1-2 links, may not be a big deal. The more it gets close to “lots,” the more worthwhile it may be”.

Facebook’s Video Ads Are Here: 15 Seconds, Autoplay, and Silent Unless Clicked

Facebook’s Video Ads Are Here: 15 Seconds, Autoplay, and Silent Unless Clicked

Facebook video ads are finally here. Initially tested in September, Facebook has finally released video ads to a limited group of advertisers. The ads will be 15 seconds long and silent unless clicked but they will autoplay on load. Facebook says the ads will be the highest quality and will not disrupt user experience.

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    Erica Volksag 

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    This new update will be very interesting. I hope sites that are putting up high quality content do get rewarded for their effort. Thanks for the news Emily!

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    Ryan Biddulph 

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    Great share Emily! The more we target our ideal customer the greater clarity we have in designing our site.

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