This week’s latest content marketing, paid search, social media, search engine optimization and link building industry news is brought to you by the Weekly Measure. Each week, we provide the run down of the latest trends and updates within these industries as well as a list of upcoming conferences. Continue with the Weekly Measure to stay on top of the changes and trines in the internet marketing world.
Michael Brenner looked towards 2017’s content marketing trends in a post on Digitalis Magazine’s site. Brenner asks twenty-eight experts for their predictions, including Vertical Measures CEO Arnie Kuenn.
Andrew Dennis wrote about creating content with SEO value on Search Engine Land. Dennis discusses how to turn one’s content into a linkable asset that is easy to promote and share.
Wesley Parker wrote an article on Google’s recently expanded text ads on the Econsultancy blog. Parker talks about the changes made to the text format and the impact this will have on advertisers as they completely replace the old format in 2017.
Jawad Khan posted about social media measurement and attribution on Social Media Today. He first reviews social media attribution models to use and those to avoid, then lists six tools to achieve better marketing attribution.
David Cohen’s article on AdWeek highlighted recently released features for Facebook’s Analytics for Apps. Cohen relays the details for the recent updates provided by product manager Josh Twist.
Aaron Wall wrote about the recent Penguin 4.0 update on SEOBook. He talks about the details behind the update and its effects on search.
Serge Stefoglo published a case study performed by Distilled on Moz. The case study takes one of Distilled’s clients and explains the ideation and implementation process behind a piece of content that led to a significant domain authority boost.
Sam Miranda posted about out-of-the-box link building campaigns on the Advanced Web Ranking blog. Miranda analyzes five creative campaigns ideas and the type of results they can drive for clients.
On Moz, Kelsey Libert wrote a summary of lessons the Fractl team learned in the process of building twenty-six thousand links. The three mains lessons learned focus on social shares, how sites will link to you and the value of visual assets in certain verticals.