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  • Donuts wins .immo gTLD

    Donuts has acquired the .immo new gTLD after its three rival bidders withdrew their applications. Minds + Machines, dotimmobilie and Starting Dot have all withdrawn from the contest in the last few days, presumably due to an auction. Starting Dot had applied for a Community Priority Evaluation, which would have allowed it to avoid an auction altogether, but it failed to score ...

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 8 readers -
  • Donuts spends $50 million on new gTLD auctions

    Donuts has revealed that its bill for new gTLD auctions has so far come to $50 million. That, coupled with some other data released in a blog post last week, suggests that it’s spent over $2 million, on average, per gTLD. CEO Paul Stahura wrote that the company has participated in “roughly” 50 auctions and that it’s won more than 50% of those it’s participated in.

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 9 readers -
  • Why Do I Need a Website?

    You might be wondering – why do I need a website? It can seem like a bit of a luxury when you are just starting a business. And even some local businesses don’t really see the need. Not only that, but a website can seem like an intimidating and complex thing to build, especially when you have no experience with them.

    Ashley Faulkes/ Mad Lemmings- 18 readers -
  • First Steps Performing A Mobile SEO Audit

    When performing an audit for mobile SEO, one needs to focus more on specific elements of technical implementation rather than an array of general observations we’d produce in a wider on-site audit. Below you will find some information that will help you to produce a great mobile SEO audit. Check Over Responsive Elements If your site handles mobile browsing via responsive desig ...

    Alex Moss/ WooRank Blogin SEO- 71 readers -
  • How Regular Expression Affects SEO

    This is perhaps one of the things that an average SEO specialist overlooks. Regular Expression is an important part of technical SEO. In this entry, I’ll discuss the basics and uses of Regular Expression. Case Study As an SEO specialist, Regular Expression (or more commonly known as RegEx) is going to be mostly used for mathematically or logically measuring or identifying wor ...

    SEO Hacker Blogin SEO How To's- 36 readers -
  • The Winners of The #ASE14 Networking Plus Passes

    Here are the ten winners of the Affiliate Summit East 2014 Networking Plus Passes. These passes are worth $549 each and entitles the winners admission to the Affiliate Meet Market, Exhibit Hall, Keynotes, Sunday educational sessions, access to all recorded session videos, PowerPoint presentations, Affiliate Summit Social Network, and an “I’m with John Chow, Bitch!” T-shirt.

    John Chow/ John Chow dot Comin Social- 17 readers -
  • ‘Employee of the future’: Bridging media’s church-state divide

    As The New York Times’ Innovation report recently highlighted, the changing realities of the industry demands that publishers rethink the church-state divide. But a new breed of cross-departmental employee who openly straddles news and business is already emerging at other publishing companies. Time Inc. has a number of people whose duties cross departmental lines.

    Lucia Moses/ Digiday- 11 readers -
  • Business Insider sketches out its European expansion

    Business Insider’s European strategy is coming into focus. The 5-year-old business news site is putting the finishing touches Business Insider Europe, its seventh international expansion, which it plans to launch in the next few months. The site will combine Business Insider’s typical flair for social-friendly content with a localized twist for European readers, particularly those in the U.K.

    Ricardo Bilton/ Digiday- 7 readers -
  • Navigating the complex but valuable South Korean search market

    South Korea is the third largest ecommerce market in APAC. However, the potential value of the market is much greater than this ranking suggests, especially to Western brands and retailers looking to develop in the region. Last year, online sales from foreign ecommerce sites operating in South Korea drove more than £550m (1 trillion Korean won) in sales.

    Econsultancyin Paid Search- 14 readers -
  • Is Google Analytics Hurting your Business?

    Posted by BenjaminMorel At Brighton SEO this year one of the talks opened with a rather bold statement: “Delete Google Analytics” Given that everybody in the conference hall was involved in digital marketing in some way, and how much of website visitor tracking is done through Google Analytics, you might even speculate that was a foolhardy statement and that the only thing that saved the sp.

    Moz User Generated Blogin Google- 17 readers -
  • Growing Your Small Business Using a Blog ~ Google Hangout 3p Mon June 16

    Click this image to find the HOA on Google Plus 61% of U.S. consumers say they have made a purchase based on a blog post. Not blogging on behalf of your business is costing you money. When: Monday June 16,2014 3 p.m. CDT What: Google Hangout Join us tomorrow, Monday, January 16, 2014 on the Google HOA (hangout-on-air) series specifically for the Entrepreneurs’ Community, ent ...

    Gail Gardner/ Growmapin Google- 22 readers -
  • Super-Fast Product Creation: Buy PLR and Profit

    I love product creation; it’s been a mainstay of my online business since 2002. However, there are hassles. Product creation takes time, above all. You can cut down on that time dramatically when you buy PLR. Not familiar with PLR? I’m currently offering PLR to three products which I’ve withdrawn, and explained PLR like this: If you’re not familiar with the term, “private l ...

    Angela Booth/ Angela Booth's Creativity Factory- 9 readers -
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