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Internet Marketing February 1st, 2010
February is finally here and you know what that means. The Super Bowl is almost upon us. Oh right… sorry ladies… Valentines Day is almost here!
Lots to talk about this week in the internet marketing world.
As we often tell our clients that are looking to spend more money bringing visitors to their website – before we spend money on traffic let’s make sure that the content we are sending them to is as conversion friendly as possible! In February we are going to be pushing hard with existing clients to run Google Website Optimizer testing. If you are not yet using our ‘Ultimate Measurement’ package we are running a promotion this month which includes a free website optimizer test! Talk to us for details!
Staying connected with us will help you keep on top of the internet marketing industry. Here are some ways to keep us in your consciousness.
We finally found a really helpful blog post on the Yahoo! blog. Some interesting stats;
Speaking of the Super Bowl, many of you may have already heard that Pepsi decided to skip the Super Bowl advertising frenzy this year and put the advertising spend into Social Media. Here also is a great article showing you how Pepsi used social media to improve the branding for Mountain Dew. Still wondering how social media can help? Pepsi’s switch in ad spend should give you an indication that it works.
Remember the days that Microsoft’s Bill Gates was swearing every expletive in the book at Google? Well now it is Apple’s Steve Jobs turn. If you are following the online arena lately you would have seen a large shift in attention to mobile search by Google. This also includes a big push for their own mobile phone ‘Android’. This has not made Steve Jobs and his iPhone company very happy.
Google Announced on there blog last week further inclusions into their algo for social search. Many of the changes are in line with the current online evolution of social media and it is nice to see Google adjusting with the times rather quickly.