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Google’s new data center aims to make internet a better experience for Cubans Google recently announced they have opened a data center in Cuba, being the first American company to do so. Cuba’s internet is incredibly slow compared to other Western nations. Cuba receives its internet through an underground cable provided by the government of Venezuela.
I have been writing email marketing case studies for MarketingSherpa for almost five years, and almost without fail, they’ve been from companies large enough to have a dedicated marketer working on campaigns. At the very least, small companies that had big company aspirations and a “jack of all trades”-type working on campaigns.
April 28, 2017 2013 original post was brought to you by PPC Hero Ally Aleh Barysevich. Aleh is Marketing Director at Link-Assistant.com, the maker of SEO and social media software. The company’s flagship products include SEO PowerSuite and BuzzBundle. You can catch him on his Google+ here. ——————– Google AdWords has been the leading PPC network for the last 15 years becau ...
April showers bring May flowers…and we are so ready for the showers to cease. After a gray and gloomy April, punctuated by WordStream Live, holiday weekends and a minor bug infestation on the WordStream marketing corner, May is almost here! In case you went back into winter hibernation this month and missed our best content, we have a recap for you! Check out our best perform ...
April 28, 2017 I know Hero Conf JUST happened and we are all getting back into the groove of things, but it is already that time of year. The time to recognize those PPC experts that you love following on Twitter, are always attending their webinars, and feel your mind explode with awesome knowledge anytime you see them speak.
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7 Big Mistakes to Avoid When Designing Your Squeeze Page I’ve noticed that only a very few internet marketers or affiliates can design an effective squeeze page. First of all, what do I mean by effective? Well, if you use another commonly used name for a squeeze page, it will give you a better understanding of what it is designed to do.
In this week’s Search In Pictures, here are the latest images culled from the web, showing what people eat at the search engine companies, how they play, who they meet, where they speak, what toys they have and more. Goog ...
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https://www.SERoundtable.com/ - This week in search, Google documented their fake news efforts code named Project Owl. We covered a potential Google algorithm update, but it is unclear if there really was a big update. Google told publishers to noindex content from the AP, Reuters and other feed sources.
This week members asked tough questions about how to evaluate the quality of your links. Google released features to help combat fake news and what this may mean for SEOs Members also discussed to what degree Alphabet, Googles parent company, is a monopoly and how 5 out of the 10 biggest companies are now Internet or computer companies.
It’s human nature to seek out instant gratification, but as search marketers we are trained to deploy data driven strategies to hit long term goals. Unfortunately, our bosses aren’t always content with our long term strategies. Fortunately, there is a metric in Google Analytics called page value.
Amazon crushed expectations with its Q1 2017 earnings report Thursday. The company reported net sales revenue of $35.7 billion, a 23 percent spike from Q1 2016’s revenue of $29.1 billion. That’s just slightly above what analysts expected. The bigger surprise was earnings per share (EPS) of $1.48, way above the $1.13 that analysts had predicted. Amazon’s EPS a year ago were $1.07.