China is currently the second biggest economy in the world behind the United States. At the same time, the Chinese internet population is by far the largest. According to the China Internet Network Information Center, the country now holds around 632 million people who use the Internet – and the number grows by the day.
The report indicated that Chinese citizens most often use the internet for shopping, entertainment, financial services and medical needs. If there’s any chance that your business could attract customers in China, the numbers suggest that it may be worth it to start marketing there.
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Tagged China, Internet marketing, online industry news, search engine optimization, SEO and marketing, technology development
The processes and effectiveness of link building have been under constant scrutiny over the past few years. Between Google’s anti-spam Penguin updates and less-than-reputable SEOs taking advantage of decent linking techniques, the link building arena looks very different in 2014 than it did even three or four years ago. Techniques such as submitting to forums, blog commenting, using directories and article marketing are often now seen as spammy, ineffective or counterproductive. As far as guest blogging goes, different SEOs have various opinions.
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Tagged backlinks, content generation, content marketing, Google, Internet marketing, link building
Between search, email, social networking, online mapping and a host of other services, it seems like Google has had its hand in just about every major aspect of Internet business – except one. Until now, Google has been notably absent from domain hosting, instead instructing people to check out their domain partners such as eNom.com and GoDaddy.com.
Google has now launched an invite-only beta version of “Google Domains” as a test for a possible hosting service. The launch comes only a few weeks after GoDaddy filed for an IPO.
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Tagged domain name, Google, Google Domains, Internet marketing, technology development, website hosting