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June 25, 2020

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Happy Thursday and Happy Global Beatles Day. The date, June 25th, was chosen to commemorate the date that The Beatles participated in the BBC TV program Our World in 1967.

In today’s edition:

Morning Dough Twitter Pushes More Ads into Feeds
Morning Dough Google’s Take On Internal Anchor Text and “Visible Effect in Search”
Morning Dough How Much Do Google Ads Cost For You? (Pricing And Budgets)
Morning Dough Find Out How A Website Looked Like Over Time
Morning Dough Facebook Launches Digital Marketing Training To Businesses

and more…

Have a cool day!
— Itay Paz

QUICK FROM THE NEWS
Twitter Pushes More Ads into Feeds, Improves Responsiveness of Algorithm

Have you noticed an increase in the number of ads in your Twitter feed of late?

Giving a quick glance at your Twitter feed, shows that it has around one Promoted tweet every six slots or so, and it now updates every time you refresh. According to Social Media Today, Twitter has been slowly upping its ad load for some time, but it seems to have been pushing them a little harder in recent weeks.

While Twitter users might not be happy with the excess advertising, but it could be an opportunity for advertisers.

GOOD TO KNOW
Google’s John Mueller on Internal Anchor Text and “Visible Effect in Search”

Source: YouTube 

Google’s John Mueller discusses anchor text on internal links and the “visible effect in search”

In a Google Webmaster Central hangout, Google’s John Mueller answered a question about best practices for anchor text on internal linking. He answered the question and along the way dropped some information about the impact of internal link anchor text on search.

According to SEJ, on the one hand, Mueller says that internal links help Google understand the context of a page. And on the other hand he advises to not expect to see a visible effect on search.

Does that mean that internal linking is a useful but weak signal?

You make up your own mind. It makes sense to not give too much ranking factor influence to internal linking, but it also makes sense to let it influence the non-ranking factor part of the algorithm in terms of providing some context of what a page is about.

COOL FREE TOOL
Find Out How A Website Looked Like Over Time

When doing research online, many times it a great way to learn about your competition by looking not only at who they are today but how they have looked over time since its inception. Wayback Machine (also known as Archive.org) is a great free resource website that archive website pages over time. You can type a domain name and browse through the website itself as it was on the different dates it was archived.

Its not only good for competition research but also before taking a decision on buying an ages/used domain, you can verify this domain was not by previous owners.

Get Wayback Machine here.

GOOD TO KNOW
Facebook Launches 'Summer Of Support' Program To Provide Digital Marketing Training To Businesses

Source: Facebook

As more businesses in a need for help and support on how to shift their operations online in order to mitigate the impacts of the COVID-19, Facebook has announced a new, six-week series of digital marketing education & courses, starting this week, in order to provide strategies, tips, insights, information and support.

GET SMARTER IN CONTENT MARKETING
What's The Secret To Making Content People Love?

What Makes Something Go Viral? BuzzFeed’s Publisher Dao Nguyen gives you a glimpse at how her team creates their tempting quizzes, lists and videos and learn more about how they’ve developed a system to understand how people use content to connect and create culture that you can implement in your marketing activities.

Watch the complete Ted Talk here.

MARKETING GLOSSARY YOU SHOULD KNOW

What Is Engagement Rate?
Engagement Rate is a valuable metric used to describe the amount of social media interaction a post, ad, or campaign has and is usually measured based on interactions like Comments, Shares, and Like.

GET SMARTER IN GOOGLE ADS
How Much Do Google Ads Cost For You? (Pricing And Budgets)

Source: IMPACT

The average small business using Google Ads spends between $5,000 and $12,000 per month on their Google paid search campaigns. That’s $60,000 to $150,000 per year. This cost can often include the cost for Google Ads, in addition to service provider or agency performance fees, should a business choose to engage with a PPC service provider/agency.

The most common question asked is “How much will it cost for me”?

Need an answer? Read more here.

QUICK & USEFUL

New Commerce Eligibility Requirements: Helping More Businesses and Creators Sell on Instagram (Instagram)

How to Make Your Marketing Emails More Effective (Entrepreneur)

What Is Context Marketing, and Why It Matters [Quick Guide] (Hubspot)

Why You Shouldn’t Use a Free Email Domain to Send Messages to Subscribers (Aweber)

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Written by Itay Paz

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