Tag Archives: Channel Industry

2014 SMX Social Media Marketing Conference Preview

In less than two weeks, the editorial staff from Search Engine Land and our sister site Marketing Land will host the 4th annual SMX Social Media Marketing conference (November 19-20th) at the ARIA Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. For this year’s lineup, in addition to strategic...

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Matt Cutts: Being Google’s “Lightning Rod” For Unhappy SEOs Might Not Be Productive

Last week, the head of Google’s web spam team Matt Cutts announced that he was extending his leave. Now, Cutts has opened up a bit more about it, further suggesting he won’t return. Cutts also suggested that having himself or anyone be a public face for Google in terms of publisher...

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Want To Speak @ SMX West? Here’s How

The agenda is live, and we’re now accepting submissions to speak at Search Marketing Expo – SMX West 2015, March 3-5, at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center. To increase the odds of being selected, be sure to read the agenda. Understand what the sessions are about. Ensure that your pitch is on...

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Want To Speak @ SMX West? Here’s How

  The agenda is live, and we’re now accepting submissions to speak at Search Marketing Expo – SMX West 2015, March 3-5, at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center. To increase the odds of being selected, be sure to read the agenda. Understand what the sessions are about. Ensure that your pitch...

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German Publisher Axel Springer: Loss Of Snippets Caused 80 Percent Traffic Drop

Axel Springer, Germany’s largest publisher and the owner of Europe’s largest newspaper, has said it wants back in to snippets. According to Reuters, the German publishing giant revealed that traffic to its four largest online properties from Google search results “had fallen by 40...

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Attend MarTech San Francisco: The Marketing Tech Event of the Year

Harness the Power of Technology Driven Marketing – Best Rates Available Now The marketing technology world is on fire! Billions of dollars in investment. Billions of dollars in revenue. Big IPOs. Big partnerships. A new generation of marketing leaders. Hundreds of software programs entwined in...

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Following Germany’s Lead Spain Passes Misguided “Google Tax” Anti-Piracy Law

Given the saga of Germany’s ill-conceived and poorly implemented “ancillary copyright law” one would have thought that another European government wouldn’t immediately duplicate the mistake. But that’s exactly what’s happened in Spain. Spanish...

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Chinese Search Giant Baidu Reports $2.2 Billion In Revenue For 3Q 2014

China’s leading search engine Baidu posted its 3Q 2014 earnings yesterday, reporting $2.2 billion (RMB13.520 billion) in total revenue, a 52 percent year over year increase. According to Baidu chairman and CEO Robin Li, the site’s mobile traffic surpassed PC traffic last quarter, with...

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Get What’s New/What Works at SMX Social Media Marketing

You’ll Learn Paid, Earned & Owned Tactics to Foster Engagement, Drive Sales & Achieve Your 2015 Marketing Objectives With over 200 million users and 55 million photos posted daily, Instagram is the fastest growing social network. Since being acquired by Yahoo in May, Tumblr has seen growth...

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Search In Pics: Google Sukkahs, Android Lollipops & Spy Vs Spy Google Glass

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. Google Express Halloween Bags: Source: Google+ Jon Stewart At Twitter:...

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