Digital Marketing News RoundupIf you need to catch up on your digital marketing news, then we’ve got you covered. This is week four of our digital roundup series, where we list the top stories in digital marketing throughout the week.  Be sure to check back here every Friday to see what news you’ve missed in the marketing world.  If you think we’ve missed something important, be sure to leave a comment and we will add it to the list.

SEO

Matt Cutts says Google +1’s have no direct impact on search rankings

Yahoo is back at #1 on ComScore’s monthly list of the Top 50 U.S. Web Properties

Pinterest has an SEO problem

Google Now includes reminders while you search about your car rental, concert tickets, and more

DuckDuckGo passes four million queries per day

Social Media

Facebook allows users to have more control over the content they share to Facebook through third-party applications

Facebook embedded post now available to all users

Twitter announces “Related Headlines,” which shows what websites a tweet has been embedded in on the tweet’s permalinked page

Google Helpouts allow for users to pay for a specific time frame of video consulting from willing Helpouts helpers

Google announced a new built-in translation feature that translates posts with a single click

YouTube app now lets you watch video and continue to search

Vine grows to 40 million registered users

Red Bull’s extreme Instagram videos

Tech

iWork For iCloud beta launches to public

Google updates Google Now features, adding ability to see when your employees get to work

Steve Ballmer stepping down as CEO of Microsoft

PPC

New Google Adwords report shows ad performance when ad appears with & without organic listing.