Here is a great article on some of the terms used in Link Building.link building definitions and terms
I always thought I would be able figure out each new generation that entered the US work force. Starting with Gen X and each new tech savvy group that followed, I looked at the "newbies" as they became part of America's next great era: the Information Age. I marveled at how easy these folks embraced technology and were unafraid to innovate, create jobs and really contribute to the US economy. I have to admit, however, I am a bit worried about this new generation called the Millennials.
According to EMarketer, "The bite mobile is taking out of desktop internet use keeps getting bigger. The Media Behavior Institute monitored US study participants and found that the mobile phone and tablet were drawing down the percentage of internet users who turn to the computer in a given week: The percentage on desktop slipped by 5 points between the six-month period ending in July 2012 and the six-month period ending in January 2013."
Here is a great video by Mark Schaefer on how Social Media can really influence customers
Mat Cutts of Google explains how this particular component of html script is no longer considered when search engines rank a page or post:
According to Shani Higgins, CEO of Technorati, the use of blogging can still be very effective.
In a recent article on the e Marketer website, Social Media and Mobile are definite trending platforms for larger marketing budgets.