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Here we come again with our list of this week's best articles on digital marketing that we found across the Internet. These have been categorized into content marketing, social media, search engine optimization, email marketing and link building. Have a look at them and we are sure you will love going through them.

Content Marketing

How and Why to Conduct a Meaningful Content Audit

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For webmasters, a landing page is no less than a great meal that will give them a tasty conversion. But, do you know how to perfectly cook the landing page?

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Google has indicated recently that conversion estimates have been included in the Keyword Planner tool in AdWords.

The search engine giant will now use historical conversion data from the account or they can even enter their own conversion rates and values to observe how bid changes may influence metrics such as :

  • Estimated conversion
  • Conversion value
  • ROAS
  • Average CPS

Bing recently made an announcement about the modifications to the search home page. This includes a new HD quality daily background image, enhancements and improvements in image captions and ways to personalize the news at the lower end plus quick links to Microsoft Office Tools.

The new home page images are of high definition quality with a 1920 x 1o80 pixel screen display.

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Back-channel discussion options of Twitter have been enhanced so that users can now use direct messaging to share as well as discuss tweets.

People will now be able to exchange copies of tweets and give comments on them privately without attracting the public eye. While this is not a major change, this move is excellent for making the system more compact and tightened, which Twitter executives agreed was lacking.

Yahoo and Mozilla have recently made an announcement regarding a “strategic five-year partnership that makes Yahoo the default search experience for Firefox in the United States on mobile and desktop.” Both the companies also added that they will seek to explore other potential and possible “future product integrations and distribution opportunities to other markets.”

There are many changes observed during the holiday season when the shopping mania sets in. Search queries increase in massive numbers and there is fluctuation of inventory as demand increases on specific days. Management of spikes in the search volume on brand as well as product queries and efforts to work towards making product feeds correctly reflect inventory are particularly important concerns during this period. Google has recently announced updates to enable retailers to ensure their Shopping campaigns operate efficiently without any problems. For assisting retailers to plan and handle the massive surges that come about on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the search engine has added Auction Insights to Shopping campaigns. The Auction Insights enable advertisers to observe how they fare against competitors and employ this information when formulating bidding strategies.

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Just before Christmas excitement sets in, search engine giant Google has announced that it will be expanding Merchant Promotions to the UK, Germany, Australia, India and France.

Merchant Shopping Promotions was launched in the US in the year 2012. It gives advertisers the opportunity to display promotion code offers besides product listing ads in search plus their listings on Google Shopping.

The accessibility of Twitter history is soon going to increase. The social media giant announced it is providing users the ability to search the complete archive of public tweets. Infrastructure engineer Yi Zhuang has stated in a blog post: