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Pinterest is quietly generating revenue by modifying user submitted pins.

Pinterest is quietly generating revenue by modifying user submitted pins. | WEBOLUTION! | Scoop.it

Breaking news that Pinterest is changing user submitted pins to make money. Are they now one of the biggest affiliates on the Internet?... That's the question [note MG]

 

I swore I wasn’t going to write about Pinterest again for a while after finishing a six part series of blog posts, but major developments keeping coming and no major news organizations seems to be covering them.

 

If you post a pin to Pinterest, and it links to an ecommerce site that happens to have an affiliate program, Pinterest modifies the link to add their own affiliate tracking code. If someone clicks through the picture from Pinterest and makes a purchase, Pinterest gets paid. They don’t have any disclosure of this link modification on their site, and so far, while it has been written about, no major news outlet has picked up on the practice or its implications.

 

Pinterest doing this is big news in my opinion for two reasons:

 

Read more: http://llsocial.com/2012/02/pinterest-modifying-user-submitted-pins/


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Martin Gysler's comment, February 18, 2012 2:48 AM
Thank you Carey. I'm glad you like this post! Yes, maybe you should know it :) Of course, I'll do my best!
Sebastian C.'s comment, March 2, 2012 2:18 PM
I had NO idea....
Martin Gysler's comment, March 4, 2012 4:37 AM
I think you're not alone in this situation Sebastian!
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How to Convert a Facebook Personal Profile to a Fan Page

How to Convert a Facebook Personal Profile to a Fan Page | WEBOLUTION! | Scoop.it

Maybe some of you have wondered whether this approach was possible and if so, how to go about it, here is the guide that should put you on the right track. [note MG]

 

After reading Mike Sansone’s blog about how he was inspired by my act to leave Facebook, but chose to convert his personal page to a fan page instead of deletion, I was inspired to create this how-to do it post. Facebook has what they call a “help section” on this, but as usual, it’s completely unhelpful. Before I dive into the few steps it takes to do this, see what you think (left):


So, as you can see, it never really answers the question on how to convert my personal account to a Facebook page. I don’t know about you but Help sections on websites that don’t actually answer the question, I find quite frustrating.

 

Anyway, enough of my rant, here’s how you do it

 

Read more: http://bit.ly/x0t3pO


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7 Essential Tips for WordPress Beginners

7 Essential Tips for WordPress Beginners | WEBOLUTION! | Scoop.it

Whether you're new to WordPress or a seasoned pro, you need to make sure you're implementing these 7 techniques to get the results you want from your site. [note]

 

Raise your hand if this sounds familiar …

 

You meet someone and they say all the right things. They’re full of compliments and accolades.

 

Except, something bugs you about them. Their words don’t quite match their actions. They can be forgetful, and even mean. Eventually, the glow wears off, and you see them for who they really are.

 

It’s not what people say, it’s what they do that makes a relationship work.

 

And that’s how it is with your WordPress website, especially if you’re just getting started.

 

That’s because you can’t just talk about how great WordPress is and expect it to work for you. You can’t just read about it, either.

 

Read more: http://www.copyblogger.com/new-to-wordpress/


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hrmanager-UAE's comment, February 16, 2012 2:24 AM
best guide
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Martin Gysler's comment, February 17, 2012 1:43 AM
What you mean with "best guide" Hossam?
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Pinterest is quietly generating revenue by modifying user submitted pins.

Pinterest is quietly generating revenue by modifying user submitted pins. | WEBOLUTION! | Scoop.it

Breaking news that Pinterest is changing user submitted pins to make money. Are they now one of the biggest affiliates on the Internet?... That's the question [note MG]

 

I swore I wasn’t going to write about Pinterest again for a while after finishing a six part series of blog posts, but major developments keeping coming and no major news organizations seems to be covering them.

 

If you post a pin to Pinterest, and it links to an ecommerce site that happens to have an affiliate program, Pinterest modifies the link to add their own affiliate tracking code. If someone clicks through the picture from Pinterest and makes a purchase, Pinterest gets paid. They don’t have any disclosure of this link modification on their site, and so far, while it has been written about, no major news outlet has picked up on the practice or its implications.

 

Pinterest doing this is big news in my opinion for two reasons:

 

Read more: http://llsocial.com/2012/02/pinterest-modifying-user-submitted-pins/


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Martin Gysler's comment, February 18, 2012 2:48 AM
Thank you Carey. I'm glad you like this post! Yes, maybe you should know it :) Of course, I'll do my best!
Sebastian C.'s comment, March 2, 2012 2:18 PM
I had NO idea....
Martin Gysler's comment, March 4, 2012 4:37 AM
I think you're not alone in this situation Sebastian!
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Your Social Media and SEO Game Plan for 2012

Your Social Media and SEO Game Plan for 2012 | WEBOLUTION! | Scoop.it

Every company should have a plan on how to establish themselves professionally on social media, taking into account various parameters such as volume of publication, SEO and organization. This article will give you support to make it more easily. [note Martin Gysler]

 

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you will have heard about the Google Panda update and what it did to many low-quality websites last year. It was more like a Google sniper attack on all the spam and rubbish sites. Honestly, this does not seem to be the end of the Panda: there is more to come, and we need to watch out.


The whole reason Google made these changes was to give Google users a good experience when they use Google search, and why not? When I look for something on Google the last thing I would want to see is rubbish information.

 

That is why, as SEO marketers, we need to take a different approach to ranking on Google and driving free organic traffic to our sites. If you have done any kind of SEO, you know what the key principles of ranking on Google are.

choosing the right keywords building a well optimized site with good content building quality backlinks.

Read more: http://bit.ly/zlEenn


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Chuck Bartok's comment, January 25, 2012 9:23 AM
Always great stuff. Thanks Martin
Martin Gysler's comment, January 26, 2012 10:04 AM
Thank you Chuck, I appreciate your continued support!