Happy Friday, everyone!
This week, plenty of news around new products, features, and acquisitions. Bitly releases their new realtime app, Google introduces the Structured Data tab in Webmaster Tools and they acquired Wildfire, and Quora makes it visible when you view a question.
Great content this week as well, tons of analysis in some of the bigger players like Microsoft’s business model and Facebook fake user counts, as well as plenty of learning like the DIY Media Kit for startups. In case you missed it earlier this week, we also published out analysis of four of the largest PC e-commerce websites in Canada: The Great Canadian PC E-Commerce Showdown. Take a look!
Have a great weekend everyone, thanks for reading!
Introducing the Structured Data Dashboard (Google Webmaster Central)
The New York Times Is Now Supported by Readers, Not Advertisers (New York Magazine)
Why Google Content Experiments might not fulfil your testing needs (Visual Website Optimizer)
Lying on your resume (Steve Blank)
Where the Majority of Link Juice Is On The Web (Point Blank SEO)
The DIY Media Kit for Startups (Onboardly)