Goldman Sachs has invested in Facebook at a valuation of $50 billion. The social-media website itself purports to have 500 million “active users,” so that means that every single person on the network has added $100 of value to the company. It is not a bad success for an idea that has spread virally with little advertising and self-promotion — but I wonder, has all of the advertising I have ever seen on the network over the past few years been worth $100 to social-media marketers on Facebook even though I have yet to click on… Continue reading
SEO-Software Reviews 2011 Blog Posts
January 11th, 2011 · No Comments · Uncategorized
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The New Year brought a lot of interesting SEO articles and posts over the weekend in the context of the future of online marketing, so here are a few that caught my eye (as well as my additional thoughts).
SEO Content Changes
Bill Slawski at SEO by the Sea — as a former Bostonian who has lived near Tel Aviv as well, I love that name — examines the effect of changes to a website or blog’s old pages on later crawling by search engines. The takeaway: The more often that a site is updated —… Continue reading