With significant Web traffic coming from mobile devices, companies can't afford to ignore the mobile Web, according to SimilarWeb.
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As the year draws to a close, we’re all thinking about family, friends, and winding down for the holidays. And as usual, we here at Search Engine Watch wish you all the very best over the holidays and for the coming New Year.
Imagine a big important football game. Imagine the match-up takes place in a huge stadium. Like any big game, there is a lot at stake for the players, the coaches, the owners and of course, the fans.
The digital video market has entered its adolescence. But even though it’s bigger and stronger, it’s still in its awkward teens. It must grow up as an industry and prove that digital video is just as safe and transparent as its television parent.
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As the year draws to a close and we are all thinking about family, friends, and winding down for the holidays, it's time to reflect on the past year. On behalf of the entire team at SEW , we wanted to wish all of our readers Happy Holidays.
Gary Fearnall, Global Marketing Director at LinkedIn, shares tips and best practices for marketers using Company Pages or LinkedIn Ads. Plus, news headlines include Google, Bing, Twitter and more; find out what’s coming up on SEW Weekly.
SEO industry veteran Bruce Clay stopped by to share his experience in building a successful SEO agency, with tips to help others market themselves more effectively. Learn about the current market, in-demand skills, and more.
What happened on SEW weekly last week? Special guests from AOL and Covario shared tips and tricks for more effective in-house SEO; show hosts discussed the leak of 1.1 million Facebook user IDs and Google’s updated AdWords policies.
The SEW Weekly search and social marketing radio show kicks off Thursday, November 1st at 1pm EST on WebmasterRadio.fm. Tune in for search news and an in-house SEO panel with special guests Simon Heseltine from AOL and Covario’s Dave Rohrer.
It is with great sadness that we commemorate the life of Ron Jones, president and CEO of Symetri Internet Marketing. Jones was a former writer for Search Engine Watch, speaker at SES Conference Events, and most recently a ClickZ Experts columnist.
Lots of news coming out of Google I/O, the company’s annual developer conference. Android Jelly Bean will feature Google Now, a revamped mobile search experience with improved voice search and increased integration of Google’s Knowledge Graph.
With over 850 million users, businesses and web entrepreneurs are flocking to Facebook to acquire a social following of their own. However, until this week, Facebook did not have a good self service tool for managing advertising on their site.
Microsoft has filed a formal complaint against Motorola with the European Commission over what it sees as a clear abuse of its industry standard patents, with Google's tacit backing. This follows a similar filing by Apple demanding EC intervention.
Twitter unveiled a new site design yesterday during an event at the site of its future headquarters. The major revamp includes enhanced profile pages, Twitter’s version of brand pages already offered by social rivals Facebook and Google+.