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Ok, so I’m pretty sure most of the folks reading this aren’t naive enough to think that email marketing is going away anytime soon, but it is always good to remember that it’s a weapon we have in our holsters that we sometimes forget to use. In my opinion there are still several reasons that [...]
Last Tuesday, Facebook announced on its blog an important improvement to its Search feature. In the past, queries were limited to a member’s inner circle of people, events, groups, and Pages. The development, which has now been finalized, provides more relevant results by including the connections of your friends and global events that pertain to [...]
Social media has become a blessing for businesses these days. Because so many people engage in it, it would be a grave mistake not to utilize it for marketing and expansion purposes. Twitter is one such forum that is pulling in more users every day and with its unique take on micro-blogging it has become [...]
It’s $8.2 billion the estimated cost to of ad blockers to the ad industry according to the IAB (Interactive Advertising Bureau). In Germany, the case has been brought to court even, but it lost. Why consumers do block ads? To keep themselves safe against malware and spyware, of course. It’s not unheard of that ads [...]
Google has been trying to enforce HTTPS on all websites since August 2014, stating in their Webmasters Blog that they want to make sure that “websites that people access from Google are secure”. To underline the importance of their pro-HTTPS campaign, Google said that implementing HTTPS would bring small ranking benefits to webmasters. But while [...]