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October Online Marketing Weekly Updates

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It’s time for our October weekly updates for online marketing. Lots of interesting things have been happening in the world of Internet marketing this week. Google’s Matt Cutts made an announcement that will give solace to the burning hearts of SEOs worldwide, Facebook showed its commitment to keep bullying away from social networking, Twitter said that it has announced a new directory, Foursquare said that it’s planning to launch a new search-oriented page, and SEOmoz came up with five lesser-knew yet effective Facebook marketing resources.

Online Marketing Weekly Updates for October

Google Disavowal Links Tool Launched

SEO and online marketing professionals around the world have been in a difficult position since Google started penalizing low quality links from certain untrustworthy sources. Matt Cutts announced a new Google Webmaster Tool that will allow webmasters to simply upload a number links in a text file. Google will automatically disavow the links. However, Matt Cutts urged online marketers to use the tool cautiously and said that people shouldn’t start disavowing too many links. Disavow only those links that are really low quality and counterproductive. Read More

Twitter has Launched a User Directory

When you log out of your Twitter account and go to the bottom of the page, there is a new link in the footer titled ‘Directory’. While Twitter has not made any formal announcement about the directory, it has said that the directory was created to make it easier for the search engines to find the users. However, you can use this link to browse all the public Twitter profiles. It has been surmised that Twitter is looking for more search engine attention in order to increase its advertise revenue. Read More

Foursquare Launches a New Search-Oriented Page

The location-based social networking app, Foursquare, has launched a website that is more search-engine friendly. The iOS and Android apps for Foursquare can also access the new design, and this move is expected to catapult Foursquare to the top of location-based services. While the earlier version simply helped people find places on the basis of location, the latest avatar of the website will actually help them to explore places and get access to a greater number of tips, reviews, photos and other information. Read More

Facebook Launches Prevent Bullying Page

Bullying on Facebook is one the rise and Facebook is planning to stamp it out. The Prevent Bullying page, released during the National Bullying Awareness Month, is its new initiative. On this page, users can access a support board where users can follow up on problem posts, videos sharing successful stories of facing bullying head-on, and links inspiring users to sign the Stop Bullying: Speak Up” pledge. Read More

SEOmoz Lists Some Really Cool Facebook Marketing Resources

Social media marketing, especially Facebook marketing and promotion, has become an important part of online marketing. While most SEO professionals know about tens of tools and resources for Facebook marketing, there are still many resources that pass under their radar. SEOmoz has listed five fantastic Facebook marketing resources: Facebook Marketing Page, Facebook Advertising Page, Facebook Business Page, Facebook Studio, and Facebook Studio Edge. Read More

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