Internet Marketing News January 28, 2017

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Newsletter #113
January 28, 2017

Welcome back and here’s what’s been happening.

Events happening in Sydney and Auckland

Ed Dale has been running The Challenge since 2006. It’s a free online training program he created that teaches people how to make their first dollar with internet marketing. After nine years, he recently also started a podcast.

Now, he’s announced his latest live workshops where attendees can complete his training program in just two days instead of the usual 30.

They’ll be happening in Sydney and Auckland in March and April.

Rainmaker Platform Educational Webinars

Rainmaker Platform is a hosted software solution that combines managed hosting with WordPress, design options and a whole package of extra features. You can also create memberships, courses and a lot of the really powerful internet marketing techniques.

Jerod Morris of the Rainmaker team has released its January 2017 news update. The main feature the Rainmaker Site Building Roadmap, which will contain 4 educational webinar sessions each month beginning in February 2017. They’ll focus on how to use the software to make your internet marketing bigger, better and more profitable.

Find out here what they’re going to teach you.

Custom Domains with ClickFunnels

ClickFunnels is another hosted piece of software that claims to provide everything you need to market, sell and deliver your products online.

Stephen Esketzis of the team just announced a new feature, which is called automatic custom domain setup. He also gives a run-down of how to use this feature.

In other words, you can set up your ClickFunnels with a custom domain without changing your nameservers.

Google AdWords Police Report

When you’re getting traffic to fuel your internet marketing, you’re usually competing with other brands for the customer’s attention. If those brands are misleading or malicious, it usually reflects badly on everyone, including you.

In 2016, Google AdWords did what they could to fix this. They suspended advertisers of illegal products, scams and misleading claims. This helps the reputation of the platform and anyone who advertises on it.

Scott Spencer details what action was taken in 2016 to fight bad ads.

Quotation of the Day

“In 2016, we took down 1.7 billion ads that violated our advertising policies, more than double the amount of bad ads we took down in 2015.”

– Scott Spencer


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