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Welcome to the first Weekly Pulse of September! With summer wrapping up, we hope you fall in love with these popular articles.

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Enjoy these top-favorited articles from our feeds from a selection of pieces on the future of marketing & the potential within the digital marketing sphere.

April’s Top 50: Pinning, Saving, and Posting to Instagram

April data is live, and with it comes the monthly Top 50 post! Which sites made the cut, and which of these can walk away smiling? Read on and find out.

February’s Top 50: Lots of Love for Tax Sites and More

Ah, February. Whether you celebrated the 14th as the day of love or Singles’ Awareness Day, we’ve got interesting data to share with you! Who received the most internet love? Read on and find out which websites made our Top 50.

Mobile Traffic of the Internet’s Top Social Media Sites

When it comes to social media, Facebook is undoubtedly the king. It’s the oldest of today’s top contenders, roughly one of every 7 people in the world are on it, and Hollywood spun a movie based on the “story” of its creation. But how do the other top social networks like Twitter and LinkedIn compare?

How Can Brands Win the Social Media Race?

In this day and age, almost every retailer knows how powerful social media is. Based on a recent survey by Compete, 40% of online shoppers believed retailers’ Facebook pages have been extremely/very influential on their purchase decisions. Not to mention the imperceptible impact social media has on shoppers. Unfortunately, not every retailer is succeeding in social media marketing.

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Happy Cinco de Mayo, marketers! Here’s a round up of the most popular digital marketing stories we shared over the last week. “The best of the companies we’re seeing now are unbelievably good at analytics,” Marc Andreessen said in an interview with Harvard Business Review. An entrepreneur himself, and now a Venture Capitalist in Silicon Valley, Andreessen discusses the unique challenges of the modern entrepreneur and the qualities successful ones possess…

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Here’s a round-up of the most popular digital marketing stories we shared online this week, including Bing updates and a Penguin case study.

Who’s Winning with Pinterest?

Image from: Trophy / Shutterstock As most marketers know, Pinterest is a fast growing website for browsing and sharing visual content – with a strong focus on shopping.  A favorite particularly among women (with women making up over 58% of all traffic), the website has continued to grow gangbusters over the past year.  In August, we noted that Pinterest traffic had now exceeded Tumblr traffic  – quite a feat considering

The Compete Weekly Pulse

September data is now LIVE at Compete! Check out the top growing sites for September in our announcement post. Pinterest impacts buyers. We know this, and we’ve proven it ourselves. In our study we found that 14% of Pinterest visitors shopped on eBay during the same session after engaging with Pinterest. That’s pretty fundamental evidence that Pinterest is folding itself into the path to purchase paradigm of ecommerce shoppers. What

eBay: The Start of a Retail Feedification?

Image from: Ebay Feed / eBay.com eBay made news this week with the announcement that the online powerhouse will launch Feed, a Pinterest like experience.  Feed will be available on eBay’s site and allow users to scroll through products available for sale on the site. Earlier this year, we reported on the impact that Pinterest is having on how consumers engage with products and retailers online.  Pinterest’s growth in popularity