25 Most Powerful Ecommerce Conversion Hacks2 Weekly Infographic: 25 Most Powerful Ecommerce Conversion Hacks!

It is important for online businesses to realize how conversion optimization can be helpful for their ventures. It is crucial for them to succeed in the contemporary online commerce. The most powerful conversion hacks can help them enrich their ecommerce experience, with improved conversions, sales, revenue and eventually take their venture to the next level. It is critical for these businesses to spruce up their conversion rate like never before.

Here is an infographic by Technorian with a detailed information on 25 most influential conversion hacks for Ecommerce.

Google has launched AdSense Labs which will be a new subtab under the Optimization tab with new experimental feature for you to test.

Show fewer ads and Inline ads will be the first two Labs to be launched. You will see these labs depending upon the suitability for the website.

Google has launched validator.ampproject.org, which is a new tool to validate AMP pages. It provides a simple web UI for the AMP Validator. There is a Chrome Extension as well.

Image 1 Google Introduces AMP Validator Web UI!

You need to provide a URL to load the AMP HTML source code from, or copy/paste .the source code, editor will display validation messages between the lines. The tool is open source, so you can file bugs, send fixes and tweak.

Google has made an announcement about adding expanding alerts in Google Analytics. They have now added notifications about sites hacked for spam in violation of Webmaster Guidelines.

Google said, “Today, we’re happy to announce that we’ll be expanding our set of alerts in Google Analytics by adding notifications about sites hacked for spam in violation of our Webmaster Guidelines. In the unlikely event of your site being compromised by a 3rd party, the alert will flag the affected domain right within the Google Analytics UI and will point you to resources to help you resolve the issue.”

In the coming days Google will provide medical information and related conditions on medical symptoms searches. For individual symptoms like “headache”, an overview description and self treatment options will also be provided, along with the advise if visit to a doctor is needed.

Google said, “By doing this, our goal is to help you to navigate and explore health conditions related to your symptoms, and quickly get to the point where you can do more in-depth research on the web or talk to a health professional.”

Facebook has announced updated features and support for marketer logos at the top of the article.
These tools have been designed based on feedback that branded content that is overly promotional is less engaging.

Marketer Logo
Facebook will automatically pull the marketer’s logo from the Facebook page, if a publisher identifies the third party product, brand, or sponsor featured in the article. The logo will be inserted next to the Instant Article’s byline.

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. Take a look at them and we are sure you will love going through them.

top ten digital marketing articles6 Top 10 Digital Marketing Articles of this Week: 17thJune, 2016!

SEO URL Structure2 Weekly Infographic: The Ultimate Guide to SEO friendly URLs!

Online businesses need to realize that having an SEO-friendly URL structure can help the search engines and users to navigate a site more conveniently. This can certainly give businesses an edge over their competitors. Though the URL structure won’t affect the SEO efforts of a business, having SEO-friendly URLs on a site can be of great help. So, it becomes crucial to create URLs that the search engine appreciates.

Here is an infographic by Backlinko with a detailed information on tips to use the most SEO-friendly URLs.

Very soon advertisers on Pinterest will be able to target visitors who have visited their sites. This gives advertisers a very powerful tool to follow potential customers as they browse the internet.

Google Shares AMP Logo Guidelines!

Jun 15, 2016 | 1,091 views | by Ritu Sharma

Elana L. From Google has shared some very useful tips to help publishers make the most out of AMP images. In a thread in Google Webmaster Central Help Forum, she wrote “We’ve noticed that some publishers have not included a valid AMP logo in their AMP pages, or have implemented it incorrectly in their structured data markup. As a result, they will show no or only a low quality logo in the Google Search “Top Stories” carousel. This has a negative impact on a publisher's brand as well as the user experience on Google Search. Watch out for the common logo mistakes listed below and find out how to fix them.”