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6 Tips for Leaving Your Marketing Bubble

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Make 2014 the year you break free from the marketing box/bubble/silo you've become stuck in. Make this the year you move toward integration, both for yourself and your agency. Here's some advice on how to do it. Make this the year you break free of your marketing bubble and move toward integration, both for yourself and your agency. Here's advice on how to do it. 0 Comments

From Old School to New School: SEO in Transition

The SEO Synergy We're Looking For

SEO is growing up and can no longer operate in a silo. Successful SEO efforts will be one component of a larger marketing plan, but an important and integrated component of that plan. Act now and grab an edge over many of your competitors. SEO is growing up and can no longer operate in a silo. Successful SEO efforts will be one component of a larger marketing plan, but an important and integrated component of that plan. Act now and grab an edge over many of your competitors. 0 Comments

Google Fails to Keep Chrome for iOS Incognito Mode Searches Private

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UK development and design firm Parallax spotted the flaw in the latest version of the Chrome app that Google has updated to add support for Apple's iOS 7 mobile operating system and, perhaps ironically, a number of security improvements. UK development and design firm Parallax spotted the flaw in the latest version of the Chrome app that Google has updated to add support for Apple's iOS 7 mobile operating system and, perhaps ironically, a number of security improvements. 0 Comments

Google Introduces Chrome, Drive for iOS

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Day two of the Googles I/O conference in San Francisco saw the introduction of Google Chrome and Drive apps for iOS devices. Google showcased the apps latest features and showed what Google software looks like on an Apple device during the show. Day two of the Googles I/O conference in San Francisco saw the introduction of Google Chrome and Drive apps for iOS devices. Google showcased the apps latest features and showed what Google software looks like on an Apple device during the show. 0 Comments

Wikipedia Appears on Page 1 of Google for 99% of Searches [Study]

Wikipedia Top Rankings in Google Search Results

Google loves Wikipedia. Everyone knows it, and many aren’t that happy about it, especially when some of their poorly written content outranks actual websites. But did you know Wikipedia pages appear on Page 1 of Google for 99 percent of searches? Google loves Wikipedia. Everyone knows it, and many aren’t that happy about it, especially when some of their poorly written content outranks actual websites. But did you know Wikipedia pages appear on Page 1 of Google for 99 percent of searches? 0 Comments

Google Won't Pause New Privacy Policy - Should They Have To?

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Google refuses to bend to EU regulators, who have asked the company to hold off on rolling out their new privacy policy. In the U.S., Google responded to a letter and attended a closed-door privacy briefing with members of Congress. Google refuses to bend to EU regulators, who have asked the company to hold off on rolling out their new privacy policy. In the U.S., Google responded to a letter and attended a closed-door privacy briefing with members of Congress. 0 Comments

Google Responds to Privacy Policy Backlash: Don't Log In

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For years legislators, privacy advocates, and the FTC have suggested Google simplify its privacy policies. In consolidating policies associated with various Google products, it stands to reason the company believed it was satisfying such requests. For years legislators, privacy advocates, and the FTC have suggested Google simplify its privacy policies. In consolidating policies associated with various Google products, it stands to reason the company believed it was satisfying such requests. 0 Comments