eMarketer has estimated that in 2016 digital display ad spending will surpass search ad spending in the US for the first time.

The display ad spend will be an estimated $32.17 billion where as search spend will be $29.24 billion.

Image 1 US Display Spend to Beat Search Spend in 2016, says eMarketer!

One out of every 5 dollars in digital will go to “banners and other” display ad types. Video will take up 14.3% of the total digital spending as compared to 12.8% in 2015.

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.

top ten digital marketing articles5 Top 10 Digital Marketing Articles of this Week: 8th January, 2015!

NewYearsResolutions2 Weekly Infographic: 2016 Digital Marketing Resolutions!

Digital marketers need to realize the positives of the last year and implement the strategies well to do better in 2016. Setting and incorporating the digital marketing resolutions can definitely help them succeed in the new year.

Here is an insightful infographic by Compete, Inc. on the crucial digital marketing resolutions for the year 2016.

Ravens SEO Audit Priority Checklist2 Weekly Infographic: How To Prioritize Issues After an SEO Website Audit!

An SEO website audit may reveal a number of technical issues. Online businesses need to understand the significance of tackling the most important issue first. Focusing on the right issue first is critical for an SEO website.

Here is an insightful infographic by Raven Internet Marketing Tools on prioritizing issues after an SEO website audit.

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.

top ten digital marketing articles Top 10 Digital Marketing Articles of this Week: 1st January, 2015!

Bing announced about discounting Auction Insights and the Opportunities tabs within Bing Ads Intelligence.

These two features will be unavailable in BAI from January 2016, however they will be accessible within the Bing Ads web UI.

Image 17 Bing Drops Auction Insights and Opportunities Tabs from Bing Ads Intelligence!

Users can find Auction Insights in the “Details” drop-down menu in the Campaigns, Ad Groups and Keywords tabs. Insights can also be exported as a report.

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.

top ten digital marketing articles6 Top 10 Digital Marketing Articles of this Week: 25th December, 2015!

post Weekly Infographic: The 5 Most Common On Page SEO Issues and How to Fix Them

Online marketers must understand the importance of improving their search visibility and user experience. One of the most crucial ways of doing this is by realizing the on-page SEO issues and fixing them at the earliest.  

Here is an insightful infographic by Raven Internet Marketing Tools on the common on-page SEO issues and their solution.
     
common on page seo issues infographic Weekly Infographic: The 5 Most Common On Page SEO Issues and How to Fix Them
 

Google announced about closing the Freebase API and launching the Knowledge Graph Search API.

The API will let you query the Knowledge Graph for information on various entities. The API uses standard schema.org types and complies with JSON-LD specifications. Google will replace the Freebase Suggest Widget and the replacement will be released early in 2016.

Google announced about adjusting the indexing system looking for more HTTPS pages. More specifically they will be looking for HTTPS equivalents of HTTP pages even if the HTTPS pages are not linked to any page.

Google said: “When two URLs from the same domain appear to have the same content but are served over different protocol schemes, we’ll typically choose to index the HTTPS URL if: