Newsletter: January 2015

A copy of our subscriber newsletter from January 2015.

It's a brand new year but many of the trends of 2014 are sure to stay with us in 2015. Algorithm changes, the continuing evolution of social media as a marketing channel and a new wave of ideas, inventions and technology is bound to extend into the next 12 months and beyond. This past year forced many websites and marketers to re-invent themselves and re-examine old strategies. A tumultuous search landscape challenged all of us to think about the future and to make changes in the interest of longevity. A new year gives us a chance to build on those lessons and to keep looking forward and finding new ways to face all of the adventures and rewards that 2015 may bring. Happy New Year!


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