[VIDEO] Marketing Land Live #10: Who’ll buy Yahoo, 20 years of hunt & more


Yahoo’s been falling for a while now, and things are entrance to a conduct with a news final week that a association supposed bids from intensity buyers. What will occur to Yahoo as a whole, and what about a obvious products like Flickr and Yahoo Mail? What will Marissa Mayer’s bequest be? Those are some of a questions we talked about in a latest episode of a weekly video show, Marketing Land Live.

We also discussed Facebook’s latest tweak to a News Feed, as good as a new investigate on how many tiny businesses typically spend any month on Facebook promotion. (Hint: not much.) And we looked behind on 20 years of hunt engine stating from Marketing Land’s Founding Editor, Danny Sullivan. Additional staffers on a uncover were Ginny Marvin, Greg Sterling and myself.

The uncover runs about 65 mins and we can watch a replay below. Be certain to corkscrew next a video for this week’s Show Notes, with links to a stories we talked about.

We record new episodes of Marketing Land Live each Friday during 12:00 p.m. ET / 9:00 a.m. PT on Blab, so we wish you’ll make skeleton to join us live in a future.

Show Notes

Yahoo Q1 only beats Wall Street, mobile and “Mavens” grow, hunt and arrangement down

Bids to buy Yahoo are due today, Verizon is a favorite [Report]

Alphabet Q1 misses with $20.25 billion in revenues; Google income rose 17 percent

Microsoft reports $21.7B in income for 2016 Q3; Bing hunt ad gain adult 18%

Google gathering 95 percent of US smartphone paid hunt clicks in Q1 [Merkle]

Facebook starts counting time spent when ranking links in people’s feeds

Survey finds many SMB advertisers on Facebook spend reduction than $50 per month

10 large changes with hunt engines over my 20 years of covering them

Lightning Round

Google creates 2 ad updates that will impact internal hunt marketers

Europe says Google pennyless antitrust law with app rules, Android contracts

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