Facebook Live is now live to all users around the globe — even those on laptops and desktops.
The popular platform, which officially launched more than a year ago to all mobile users, enables users to broadcast live before an audience.
“While… Read More
The U.S. Senate on Thursday voted to repeal broadband privacy rules enacted last fall by the Federal Communications Commission.
Sen. Jeff Flake, (R-Az.) introduced the Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution to repeal the rules that would have… Read More
Instagram is upping user security with the option of two-factor authentication.
The security feature, which has already been adopted by many technology and social media companies, has been a long time in coming for the popular Facebook-owned photo-sharing… Read More
Mobile has changed our lives forever but, at the same time, we’ve gotten so used to our devices and how we can use them that we may not have taken the time to notice just how much our lives have changed. Technology that would have been impossible or… Read More
Here’s a quick stat: The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports the average American spends 8.8 hours in the workplace. That’s a little more than the average seven hours an American sleeps at night. The point here is that we spend more time at work than… Read More
WikiLeaks is at it again with another data dump, this time claiming the CIA has been hacking people’s iPhones since at least 2008, just one year after the Smartphone hit the market.
The new release, dubbed Vault 7 ‘Dark Matter,’ also… Read More
The vast majority of online marketing campaigns start with a keyword research. It is simply natural — to know how to sell your product, service or content, you need to know how people look for it. How have SEO and marketing specialists done it over… Read More
“The future of SEO is here: understanding and marketing to specific and defined audiences through search engines.”
– Adam Audette, senior vice-president of organic search at Merkle
This statement may have been true at one time, but in today’s… Read More
Crawl Budget, works like every budget, that is, a balance of demand and supply, in terms of the number of URLs on your website that Googlebot decides to crawl. Let’s understand it better.
What is Crawl Budget?
When Google search engine bots ‘crawl’… Read More
Social Media News
LinkedIn has found a new way to keep you on its site longer.
The Microsoft-owned professional network has launched a new feature that displays curated news based on members’ interests and professions.
Dubbed Trending Storylines, the interest-based… Read More
Twitter is cracking down on the use of its platform for pro-terrorist propaganda.
The microblogging site, in the latter half of 2016, suspended more than 376,000 terrorism-linked accounts, up from the 235,000 accounts it banned in the first six months… Read More
It’s 2017, and the time for social media success is now, but how do you set yourself up for a win? If you’re confused about how to succeed on social, you’re not alone. Lots of people aren’t quite sure where to start with this expansive and ever-changing… Read More
Business & Marketing News
Let’s get a few things straight about the print versus digital marketing debate. First, print isn’t dead; if that was true, the debate would have ended when it died. Second, arguing over which method works better is nonsense.
Digital… Read More
In my experience, presentations are the moment of truth when working in sales and marketing. It’s the time where reps get to have extremely in-depth conversations with their prospect to understand their needs further and, ideally, bring them closer… Read More
Tax season is never a fun time for anyone. It’s especially nerve-wracking for eCommerce retailers, especially if it’s their first time dealing with the stress.
As the old adage goes, the only things that are certain in life are death and taxes (and… Read More
AT&T and Verizon are the latest major companies — and the first in the U.S. — to pull their advertising from Google’s YouTube platform over concerns of being linked to extremist video content.
AT&T has said it will remove ads from the… Read More
Apple has acquired award-winning iOS productivity app Workflow and is now offering it for free in its App Store.
Although Apple never announces its acquisitions, the Cupertino tech firm today confirmed to Computerworld its acquisition of Workflow… Read More
We live in a visual society and, increasingly, a video society. The corporate world knows this, and is leveraging video for uses other than just branding or marketing. Video is now often used to communicate important messages for moving people to action:… Read More
Personal assistants are seeing increased adoption in all demographics. According to the 2017 Accenture Digital Consumer Survey, 46 percent of U.S. consumers are using voice-enabled digital assistants, and 70 percent of people aged 18-34 are either already… Read More
Sticky Password, a leading password management software provider and ESET, the global leader in proactive digital protection, announced their partnership today. Sticky Password technology will power the ESET Password Manager in the brand new premium line… Read More
Real estate-focused AR/VR company iStaging has released a comprehensive mobile-first solution for real estate agents to showcase properties in virtual reality. The product suite features a user-friendly 360-degree VR camera app as well as a cloud platform… Read More