Newsletter: June 2017

A copy of our subscriber newsletter from June 2017.

This month Google has issued another warning on low-quality content and links; Instagram starts war against bot accounts and 2017 State Of Internet Trends Report is published. On a non-official level, Google's Gary Illyes tries to define duplicate content, marketers rate their conferences and experts discuss the role of click-through-rate on Google's rankings. Don't forget to subscribe to IMN blog to see these updates as they happen!

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