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  1. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    How Google’s Image Search Update Killed Image SEO – Define Media GroupOn a sampling of 87 sites – U.S.and international – image traffic is down 63 percent on average, with some verticals (e.g. A Private Terminal – WiredLarry Page, Sergey Brin, and...

  2. AOL Puts Entire Original Video Library on 22 Monetized YouTube Channels

    The only bigger news would be if Viacom International announced that it was dropping its suit against YouTube for copyright infringement and would be putting all of Viacom's programming, including “SpongeBob SquarePants” and “The Daily Show”, on...

  3. Facebook Ads 80% Bot Claim, Examined! Why You Shouldn’t Lose Faith Just Yet

    Within a few hours of launching the bot-bait international ads, we had bot clicks. When we analyzed Facebook paid traffic, we found that approximately 19 percent of U.S.traffic and 30 percent of international traffic has JavaScript disabled and...

  4. Undoing SEO Damage Caused by Global Reputation Management Disasters

    KFC Malaysia is proof that when you're doing global SEO, reacting quickly to social media disasters is paramount to a successful international SEO job. Global social media tracking isn't easy. In hours, whoever is in charge of social media wields...

  5. What Goodies Does Google+ Hold for International Search Marketers?

    By copying many of Facebook’s best features, and adding a few neat improvements of their own, Google+ looks like it may have the potential to go truly international in a way that Facebook hasn’t. For international search engine marketers, one key...

  6. Reputation Management: PR vs. Search vs. China’s Water Army

    China’s Internet PR business alone is worth $143 million, based on data from the country’s International Public Relations Association in Beijing. Facebook has been in the spotlight recently as news of the social network hiring PR firm Burson...