Too many have either tried to get by doing as little as possible or don’t have enough information on how SEO works that they find themselves slipping in the SERPS. They think it must be that SEO does not work anymore. That is simply not the case.
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Each year, columnist Uri Bar-Joseph shares his predictions for the coming year in social media. Are we likely see social networks enable shopping carts, the flop of the first Vine web series, or a SnapChat boom and subsequent crash?
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Without warning, Google updated Gmail so that images are now cached. To understand what impact this may have requires that we start by understanding what has changed and how six pieces of information marketers rely on are affected.
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The Interactive Advertising Bureau is attempting to set industry standards in regards to native advertising, though whether or not self-regulation by advertisers will be enough to satisfy the Federal Trade Commission remains to be seen.
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Facebook now admits that businesses will need to pay in order to get their companies posts and information in user newsfeeds.The way businesses do business on Facebook is changing, and it’s going to be expensive.
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