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FEATURED ARTICLE — May 4th, 2016

How Facebook Will Forever Transform Business

“If we’re trying to build a world-class News Feed, and a world-class messaging product, and a world-class search product, and a world-class ad system, and invent virtual reality, and build drones, I can’t write every line of code.”

 – Mark Zuckerberg

The social revolution began in the early 2000s. While incarnations of primitive quasi-social-media websites existed even earlier, the permeation of social channels through mass consciousness started with websites like Myspace and Friendster. Today, Facebook, Twitter, and a gaggle of other digital congregations all exist, no longer as a mere place to connect with friends, but as a way of life.

Today’s embodiment of social media is vastly different than anyone could have predicted. It has become the veins of the
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Apple Not Even Close to Being Dead, Tim Cook Says

Apple CEO Tim Cook says investors and analysts alike have been over-reacting to its recently reported second quarter results in which the iPhone maker posted a decline in revenue for the first time in 13 years. The iPhone 6S Since Apple posted its results… Read More

Brazilian Judge Orders 72-Hour Ban of WhatsApp

A judge in Brazil has ordered telecom providers to block WhatsApp in the country in a bid to gain access to data from the Facebook-owned messaging service. A state judge from the Brazilian state of Sergipe on Monday suspended the use of WhatsApp for 72… Read More
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Google Snaps Up Google Apps Training Service Synergyse

Google is adding Google Apps training service Synergyse to the fold as the company looks to encourage more people to use its apps product suite. The Toronto-based startup offers Synergyse Training for Google Apps to help users “get the most out of”… Read More

Technology News

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Judge Orders LA Woman to Use Fingerprint to Unlock her iPhone for FBI

A judge in Los Angeles has sided with the FBI in yet another iPhone case. U.S. magistrate Judge Alicia Rosenberg signed a warrant forcing a 29-year-old LA resident to unlock her iPhone with her fingerprint. According to a report by the LA Times, the partner… Read More

FCC Sets Mobile Broadband Auction for May 31

The Federal Communications Commission has finally convinced enough U.S. television stations to give up some of their spectrum so the agency can sell it. That means the date of the FCC’s long-awaited mobile broadband auction has also been set — for… Read More

Australian Tech Entrepreneur Says He is the Creator of Bitcoin

It looks like the mystery of who created Bitcoin may finally be solved. Australian computer scientist and entrepreneur Craig Wright has reluctantly admitted to being the creator of the digital currency, although he has acknowledged there are a lot of… Read More

SEO News


What is Your SEO Approach for 2016?

Google makes about 300 small changes to its algorithm every year, with about one or two major algorithm rollouts coming every year. As such, the Google you knew in 2015 will not be the same Google as the next few months come and go. SEO strategists within… Read More
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15 SEO Rules for Today’s Online Content Creator

If you want to succeed as a modern online content creator, it’s important to know a thing or two about good search engine optimization (SEO) practices. SEO is the process of optimizing a website or content so that search engines and people can locate… Read More
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AdWords Parameters for Gaining Superior Campaign Data

Google AdWords is one of the most prominent and pronounced advertising mediums available to marketers today. Companies spend millions of dollars to get their ads seen by the individuals who search Google more than 3.5 billion times per day. The potential… Read More

Social Media News

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How to Crush it With Lead Generation on LinkedIn Pulse

Blogging was promoted to be the promised land for entrepreneurs, business owners and marketers. Do you ever spend time crafting a brilliantly written article, posting it on your blog, only to hear the sound of crickets? So to boost the number of people… Read More
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Shareholder Sues Facebook Over Proposed Class C Stock Plan

Facebook has been slapped with a lawsuit over its proposal to create a new class of stock that will keep CEO Mark Zuckerberg in control of the social network indefinitely. A Facebook shareholder who called the proposed move “unfair,” has filed a lawsuit… Read More
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3 Reasons to Consider LinkedIn Advertising for Your B2B Business

Navigating social media is a challenge for B2B brands whose content may not lend itself to being the next viral sensation. The creation of whitepapers, guides and video tutorials may produce useful content for your target customers, but the time and financial… Read More


Business & Marketing News


7 Indispensable Ways to Increase Your eCommerce Customer Base

As the eCommerce market grows and the digital age becomes an inseparable aspect of everyone’s lives, eCommerce retailers should ensure they meet the growing demands and expectations of customers. Customers want businesses to enhance their shopping experience… Read More
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How to Write Engaging Titles and Descriptions For Your eCommerce Products

Those who run eCommerce stores know that developing a successful business online is largely dependent upon how good you can make your product descriptions and titles. eCommerce relies heavily upon a business’s ability attract customers through vivid… Read More
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How Long Is Long Enough?

When it comes to the optimal length of copy for websites, e-mails, ads, letters, and brochures, it seems that every businessperson is an expert. The problem is that what most people view as expertise is actually just personal preference or learned prejudice. The… Read More

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Why Do Giant Companies Step on Consumers: 10 Common Mistakes Made

Have you ever wondered why big companies make crazy marketing moves that annoy their target market? Why do they act like giants walking through a garden accidently stepping on ants (the consumers) when they know their target market lives there in… Read More

Cortana on Windows 10 Now Limited to Bing and Edge

Microsoft image Microsoft is changing up the way users will be able to utilize its digital assistant. The software firm will no longer allow third-party searches through Cortana. Now, all searches are powered exclusively by Bing and links automatically… Read More
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How to Capitalize on Facebook Live for Groups

Live streaming video is truly what is hot right now in digital media. Although the technology has existed for several years now, the modality has only recently exploded onto the scene with major audience approval. Since live streaming entered mass consciousness… Read More


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Certain Launches EventStream, a Comprehensive Event App Suite for Marketing Automation Solutions

SAN FRANCISCO — In support of its recent Event Automation repositioning, Certain Inc, the leader in enterprise event solutions, announced today the launch of EventStream™, a revolutionary collection of apps that enable marketers to run all event-related… Read More
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Instagram Marketing Webinar With Veeqo and Skippr

Want to increase traffic and sales to your e-commerce site using Instagram? If so, join Veeqo and Skippr’s Webinar this Friday as they discuss everything you need to know about Instagram Marketing. Instagram is massively underutilized by retailers and… Read More

Introducing BIG-i, the World’s Most Versatile Personal Robot

NEW YORK — Advances in technology have come a long way in making consumers’ lives easier, but the idea of a personal robot for the home has always been relegated to Sci-Fi … until now. BIG-i, the world’s smartest, fully interactive personal… Read More

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