Marketing Day: November 14, 2012

Here’s our daily recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.

From Marketing Land:

  • Tune Out Your Friends & Tune Up Brands With Facebook’s New “Pages Feed”

    Sick of all your friends pictures of pets, babies and food? Facebook’s here to help. Today a new feature, “Pages Feed,” was launched. This feature is basically a news feed for Page content only. This is a perfect time for a greater emphasis on pages as Facebook has come under fire for recent Page reach issues. Just last [...]

  • Google Providing Authorship Analytics To Google+ Users

    Don’t expect the buzz around Google+ and authorship to be fading anytime soon. found an interesting option that some Google+ users (who’ve enabled authorship on articles) have found, Authorship Analytics. It shows traffic to pages where you are identified as the author. This appears to be rolling out for select users and appears in the [...]

  • Pinterest Grows Up & Goes Corporate With New Tools (And TOS) For Businesses

    Now businesses can participate on Pinterest as their own corporate selves instead of as individuals. Today Pinterest launched a new business site that will allow a brand to participate under the corporate name. Some of the benefits that businesses will gain with the new accounts are better tools, case studies and insight into new features. [...]

  • Why Sending Receipts Via Email Is A Good Idea

    I recently read an article about advances in the technology associated with printed receipts, their benefit as a transactional record, and the relative limits of moving to a hand-held transactional device. What that piece missed, however, was the huge value to retailers of emailing a receipt to customers who have made an in-store purchase. There [...]

  • Google: 63% Of YouTube Videos Are Now Restricted In Turkey

    We know that this year Government requests to remove content has skyrocketed so far in 2012. Thanks to Google’s more detailed transparency reports that were rolled out earlier this year, we can also see the most egregious countries along with request data. Turkey supplied 501 requests so far in 2012, up 1,013% from the previous reporting period. The most surprising morels of [...]

  • Facebook Ranked Comment Test Lets The Commenting Cream Rise To The Top

    According to a Mashable report, Facebook is now testing a ranking system for displaying comments on fan pages. The change will allow the most engaging comments to show higher up for a post. This is a logical test that social sites like Reddit have implemented for years and what Facebook currently allows with comments for [...]

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