Here’s just a quick snapshot of what’s been happening in the internet marketing world this week.
The Google+ Business Pages forum closed this week. If you visit the site now you’ll see historical questions. If you want to participate going forward, or simply want to continue reading posts, it’s now been consolidated into Google and your Business Forum. Read this for a quick explanation.
Yahoo! announced it will be discontinuing Yahoo! Web Analytics later this year. If you have a Yahoo! Web Analytics account, you can read more details here.
Google recently updated its Webmaster Tools. This post by Search Engine Journal gives a quick overview of the changes and the pros and cons of them.
You’ve heard the saying “Content is King” but with many people only taking 3-7 seconds before leaving your site, what about its presentation. In this article, Jordan Kasteler puts forward a very compelling argument that presentation is more important than content.
Been hit by the recent Google Panda and Penguin updates? Well, Matt Cutts tells us not to bother suing them.
If you’re an affiliate marketer, Scott Allan encourages you to Get Your Affiliate Marketing Program in Shape for Summer.
Also in the news this week was Twitters enhanced expanded tweets. Twitter will be partnering with a number of online media companies whose content you’ll be able to preview without leaving Twitters site.
More next week.
Over To You: What was this weeks biggest internet marketing story for you?