In the next 5 years digital will account for 75% of the marketing budget but only 21% companies believe their business will be known as a digital business. Interestingly, these companies are still investing more and more in digital channels like online display ads, social media and e-mails.

data mkt changes Infographic: Digital to Grow to 75% of Marketing Budgets in Next 5 Years!

Time and again we have been telling you about the importance of blogging for your business. But of what use is a beautifully written blog post if it is not reaching your ideal customers. There’s a lot to be done once you have finished writing your piece.

12 Things Infographic Weekly Infographic: 12 Things to do After You Have Written a New Blog Post!

According to a report from market researcher eMarketer, both Facebook and Google combined will represent a 15% share out of the total media advertising of $200 billion in the year 2016.

The report mentioned in 2014 68% of Facebook's U.S. ad revenues will come from mobile ads, which was 47% in the last year. For Google, the revenue will be 36.8% in 2014, and will increase to 65.8% in 2016.

Its the fourth of July, the American Independence Day, and like every year there is a spike in the number of people across the US who search for “fireworks” on Bing. Bing has created a fireworks index, to give more insight on how Americans are using Bing to purchase and search for fireworks.

Bing Searches for Fireworks Bing’s Fireworks Index Shows which US State is Searching the Most for Fireworks on 4th of July!

In March this year Google posted on the AdWords Policies Help section, it will be updating the policy on sexually explicit content by late June. It clarified, under this policy sexually explicit content will be prohibited and guidelines will be provided regarding promotion of other adult content. Now, CNBC reports, Google is prohibiting porn from appearing in its ad network.

Google is sending notices via the Google Webmaster Tools to webmasters who had specific URLs removed from the European versions of Google in adherence to the Right to be Forgotten law. Previously we reported, Google has created a form in compliance with the ruling of The Court of Justice of the European Union, allowing users to request removal of results which are inadequate, irrelevant, or excessive in relation to the purposes for which they were processed.

Last week, Google announced it is removing profile images and Google+ circle count from search results to which authorship is assigned. Google said they are doing this to simplify the way authorship is displayed in search results. Now, the authorship layout in the search results will be applied to the Structured Data Testing Tool as well.

There are several myths in the search industry which have succeeded in finding their way to modern SEO strategies. Most of the facts you know about search engine optimization might actually be fallacies. These might have been true a few years back, but they do not apply any more.

Infographics SEO Myths Infographic: 6 Common Myths about Search Engine Optimization!

Bing Ads has upgraded the web user interface to allow advertisers to review accounts with up to 100,000 keywords in the Keywords Tab. Sachin Tayade, Principal Program Manager Lead of Bing Ads said in a blog post, the search engine has also configured its ad groups and ads tabs to support more data.

Accounts with Up to 250000 Keywords Bing Advertisers can now Review Up to 100K Keywords within the User Interface!

Vine, the video app owned by Twitter has been updated and now includes loop counts to display the number of times a video has been viewed on the network. The loop counts are visible on the web as well as on the updated apps in iOS and Android released yesterday. For people who don't know, Vine lets users share six second videos in a feed similar to Instagram. Users can like and comment on the videos as well.