Good morning, Marketers, do you know of any events coming up? 

Linkedin is taking a page from Facebook, allowing us to Boost events. Now, I’m not picking on LinkedIn for being a little behind when it comes to new ad features. They did just announce a centralized Business Manager, after all. But we just think that B2B marketers deserve a little love, too.

Speaking of events, SMX Advanced is this week! If you haven’t registered yet, you can do that here. It’s not too late. See you there!

Nicole Farley

YouTube lifts some restrictions for mastheads ads

The new policy opens the door for many advertisers who had previously been limited on where they could place their ads.

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LinkedIn announces boosting for Event posts

The new feature allows advertisers to drive more awareness, traffic and registrations to their events.

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Every time you type a question into Google, the results page can look completely different

There are more than 40 different interactive elements or SERP features that can appear. Similarweb analyzed the most popular and the best strategies.

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Twitter announces Product Drops for merchants

Merchants rejoice. You can now set up notifications to alert your followers when your brand drops new products.

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10 quick and easy tips from LinkedIn for creators

Need some inspiration for the topic of your next LinkedIn post? Use these tips for a nearly endless supply of content ideas.

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Why entity search is your competitive advantage

Here's how to leverage entity search and deploy a winning strategy across the organization.

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SEO market overview

SEO remains the stalwart mainstay of digital marketing, driving as much as 53% of a website’s traffic. This report reviews the market for SEO platforms, plus the latest trends, challenges, and leading vendors.

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How to attract your ideal customers with quality content

Running out of quality content ideas? Attract your ideal customers using these creative, SEO-focused tips.

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Twitter removes nofollow attribute from links in tweets

It is unclear if Twitter intentionally removed the attribute or not and even so, if Google would count links in Twitter posts.

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[This week] Actionable, advanced search marketing training

Join us online, tomorrow and Wednesday — June 14-15 — at SMX Advanced to explore expert-level search marketing topics, tactics, and trends. (On-demand access is included with your free pass!)

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