I finally get to say it, “The Lakers are NBA Champions!” I did so much smack talking last year that I ended up losing my bet and the Lakers lost in the finals, so this year I decided to not say anything until it was all over. So, Father’s Day is this weekend, and other than that it’s time to move on to the week in eCommerce.
- Google changes public stance on PageRank Sculpting with nofollow, Matt Cutts gives a detailed analysis here and Marketing Pilgrim gives a synopsis here. Changes to be aware of: Distribution of link juice is either passed on or it vanishes, SEO’s no longer have the ability to allocate PageRank value using nofollow.
- Has Bing raised public interest? Yes. Does Google fear Bing, like the New York Post reports? I doubt it. I tend to lean more towards Clint Boulton’s opinion that Google’s respect for Bing was revealed when they launched “Explore Search”, a page that features many of Google’s functions in an easy to read format.
- Online shoppers plan to spend more on dear old Dad this Father’s Day than offline shoppers.
- Social media can be used by marketers to engage and acquire focus groups.
- Writing headlines sounds so simple, but getting started can be the difficult part for the writer; Copyblogger offers nine proven formulas for these troublesome times.
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