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Miranda Miller

Online Marketing News: Google’s Next-Gen Infographic, Pinterest Has New Analytics

Miranda Miller on Mar 15th, 2013     Online Marketing News

Google Wants You to Know How Search Works - Infographic

Google Wants You to Understand How Search Works

Google has released an interactive, next-generation infographic to explain how search works. Viewers are guided down the page, with clickable areas to pop-up text explanations of their visual points. The infographic walks readers through crawling and indexing, algorithms and fighting spam (they fight spam 24/7, it proclaims). Behind your simple page of results is a complex system, carefully crafted and tested, to support more than one-hundred billion searches each month, according to Google.

Pinterest Launches Web Analytics to Allow Marketers to See Referrals to Site

Pinterest is rolling out their new web analytics tool. It shows data on how many people have pinned from a site, the number of views each pin has, and how many users have visited a site from Pinterest. The tool is free starting today for companies with a verified Web site, making good on their 2012 promise to businesses to introduce data analytic tools for companies to track Pinterest traffic.

Ashley Zeckman

Online Marketing News: Create Content Gold, Google+ Communities, Instagram Snubs Twitter

Ashley Zeckman on Dec 7th, 2012     Online Marketing, Online Marketing News

Visual Gold Infographic Marketo

Visual Gold

This new infographic from Marketo (client) takes a dive into content marketing campaigns of the future.  Those that focus on creating visually appealing content in a way that still creates value to the readers.  In this infographic you’ll find ideas such as:

  • Content Formats
  • The Five Pillars of Visual Marketing
  • Promotion & Distribution

Pope Joins Tweeting Masses With @Pontifex Handle
Benedict XVI will begin tweeting in eight languages beginning December 12th, 2012 using the handle: @Pontifex.  The pope will use Twitter to respond to questions live during his weekly general audience.  Not surprisingly, within only 10 hours of the announcement, Benedict had already reached nearly a quarter million followers.  Via The New York Times.

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