Every week millions of interesting links pop up around the Web. Some detail updates and advances in technology, some provide great insight to marketing strategies and tactics, some broaden our knowledge of the world around us, and others are just plain out-there. Since most of the staff at Aristotle share these links with each other, we thought we’d share them with you too. Enjoy.
- Pinterest introduces new layouts.
All things must evolve and change, am I right?
- Pinterest rolls out analytics for business.
If you’re like me, then this should make you wicked happy. I love analytics, and I love that Pinterest is smart enough to provide them (you hear me, Twitter?).
- Facebook considering the #hashtag.
The Wall Street Journal reported that Facebook is considering incorporating the extremely popular hashtag, which was created and made famous by Twitter.
- Samsung Galaxy S 4 announced.
“The Next Big Thing” has arrived. Is it the iPhone killer?
- New Penguin/Panda updates coming soon.
Google’s Matt Cutts promises significant updates to Penguin and Panda (the big search and spam algorithm that Google uses to index and sort the World Wide Web). No real details but it’s definitely worth keeping at the top of mind.
- Google kills Google Reader.
And the Internet explodes in grief and outrage. Yes, the beloved Google Readers is being dissolved in three months, according to Google, because of a lack of users.
- The New York Times looks to redesign.
The New York Times hasn’t redesigned since 2006, but that will soon change. They released an animated preview of their new site. What do you think?
OTHER INTERESTING FINDS
- Have you visited Think Insights by Google?
Google.com/think is a destination for marketing insights and inspiration. It houses the latest research in digital marketing and has great examples of creative advertising.