internet marketing updates

Here we are with a slightly belated Small Business Internet Marketing Weekly – our summary of news and helpful links for small/medium sized business owners.

And what an interesting week it has been – did you hear Google targeted a whole bunch of blog networks over the weekend? Here’s my take:
http://audioboo.fm/boos/712356-blog-networks-targeted

I’m curious, what do you think? Is this the end of blog networks?

And in other news this week:

Google’s plan to compete with Siri – it’s the future of the web
http://techcrunch.com/2012/03/02/2011-was-the-year-of-social-for-google-2012-is-the-year-of-assistant/  Read More>>

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I know there’s a mountain of information online, sometimes it’s hard to know what to avoid and what to focus on, but as always, we’ve got your back. Small Business Internet Marketing Weekly summarizes news and helpful links for small/medium sized business owners.

Here’s what’s news this week:

11 Google Analytics tricks – good tips here
http://www.seomoz.org/blog/11-google-analytics-tricks-to-use-for-your-website

SEO is responsible for traffic not conversions – we do both
http://www.searchmarketingstandard.com/seo-is-responsible-for-traffic-not-conversions  Read More>>

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Ready for another issue of Small Business Internet Marketing Weekly? Here’s more news and helpful links for small/medium sized business owners. We scour the internet to keep you on top of what’s important to you and your business.

Here’s what we’ve spotted this week:

1. Lessons leaned by over optimising your website – real world insights
http://www.seomoz.org/blog/lessons-learned-by-an-over-optimizer-14730

2. The new SEO process – a long but good recap of solid SEO
http://www.seomoz.org/blog/the-new-seo-process-quit-being-kanye  Read More>>

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Okay, so it’s been a long time coming but it’s worth the wait ;) Here’s this year’s first issue of the Small Business Internet Marketing Weekly, our summary of news and helpful links for small/medium sized business owners. We scour the internet to keep you on top of what’s important to you and your business.

Here’s what we’ve spotted this week:

1. What I learned from reviewing 45+ websites – excellent must read
http://conversionxl.com/what-i-learned-from-reviewing-websites/

2. Google+ SEO guides you should read – I’m on G+, you should be too
http://searchengineland.com/two-google-seo-guides-you-should-read-111703

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Welcome to this week’s issue of SBIM Weekly, the email that summarizes news and helpful links for small/medium sized business owners. We scour the internet to keep you on top of what’s important to you and your business.

So, with the holidays just about here, how’s business?

If you’re in retail you should be peaking and if you’re in a service based business you’re probably wrapping up loose ends.

Either way, you need to be thinking about your 2012 web strategy. The web isn’t going anywhere and you need a plan to dominate it.  Read More>>

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Here we go with another edition of the SBIM Weekly, the email that summaries news and helpful links for small/medium sized business owners. We scour the internet to keep you on top of what’s important to you and your business.

Check it out, this is the news for this week:

1. YouTube passes 20 billion views in one month – a massive audience
http://searchengineland.com/youtube-passes-20-billion-video-views-in-one-month-102614

2. Facebook 2nd only to YouTube in video views – another channel to get your content out
http://news.tubefilter.tv/2011/11/28/facebook-youtube-online-video-viewers/  Read More>>

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Welcome back to this week’s SBIM Weekly, the email that summaries news and helpful links for small/medium sized business owners. We scour the internet to keep you on top of what’s important to you and your business.

Here’s what’s news for this week:

1. Google’s going to put +1 on Adsense ads – interesting
http://davidjenyns.posterous.com/adsense-display-ads-will-now-feature-the-1-bu-hwsws

2. Google Plus let’s you see your contacts’ +1s – this data will shape the future of search
http://mashable.com/2011/11/22/google-news-plus-on/  Read More>>

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Welcome back to the SBIM Weekly, the regular summary of news and helpful links for small/medium sized business owners. We scour the internet to keep you on top of what’s important to you and your business.

Now before we get to this week’s headlines (for those of you playing along at home with our recent Market Samurai blog post) I wanted to give you the update. The comments have been off the scale – people are loving it! We’ve had 145+ comments and that’s just on my post alone.

Anyway as part of this exclusive promotion we’ve put together something special that will never be repeated.

In short, we took our best selling and most loved course “The Outsource Profit Machine” and turned it into a digital product – that means we can sell it at a fraction of the recommended retail price.  Read More>>

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Here it is… SBIM Weekly! The summary of news and helpful links for small/medium sized business owners. We scour the internet to keep you on top of what’s important to you and your business.

In this week’s issue, let’s take a look at several updates from Google and more.

1. Google+ for businesses – be ready to jump on this
http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2011/11/google-pages-connect-with-all-things.html?m=1

2. What is cloaking and does Google like it? – black hat SEO = bad
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHtnfOgp65Q

3. Google TV update – watch this space – Google TV is the future of the web
http://techcrunch.com/2011/10/31/google-tv-update-rolls-out-today-already-hitting-select-sony-internet-tv-devices/  Read More>>

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Whoops! We’re a day late for the SBIM Weekly! It was a public holiday here in Melbourne, Australia and we weren’t in the office to get this one out yesterday – hope you don’t mind.

Here’s what’s news this week:

1. Search engine ranking factors – a fantastic article to help you understand Google
http://www.seomoz.org/article/search-ranking-factors

2. How to get dropped rankings back – it’s easy once you know how ;)
http://www.seodesignsolutions.com/blog/seo/how-to-get-dropped-rankings-back/  Read More>>

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