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  1. 4 Reasons You Should Start Obsessing About AdWords Quality Score

    We recently compiled data from hundreds of WordStream clients – totaling several million in annualized spend – and plotted the average CPAs against impression-weighted Quality Scores. Last October, Alistair Dent wrote an interesting – if somewhat...

  2. Goodbye, Video Responses: YouTube Giveth and YouTube Taketh Away

    Meanwhile, the sections in YouTube's Creator Playbook which compiled important tips, best practices, and strategies for using Facebook and Twitter have disappeared. A small army of commentators have already commented on YouTube's decision to retire...

  3. Bing Adds Pop-Up Child Abuse Warnings to UK Searchers

    The system is based on a list of key terms that have been compiled by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP). Bing has added a pop-up warning that will appear when someone is about view images of child abuse.

  4. GEICO Hump Day Commercial Dominates Social Video, At Least on Wednesdays

    Compiled using Unruly Analytics, the report shows that sharing of branded content grew 7 percent in the second quarter of 2013, increasing to 33,287,836 shares from the first quarter. The report also found that online video ad shares have increased...

  5. Responsive Now! The Rise of Front-End Frameworks & Potential Pitfalls to Consider

    Remember, these are buckets of pre-compiled code to help make code compilation faster. Google's announcement that responsive web design is its preferred method for mobile delivery, coupled with its recent announcement of an algorithm change...

  6. 6 Reasons the Website (vs. Social Media) Should Be the Ultimate Destination for the Brand

    Where target audiences reside will also impact which social platforms your audience is most like to be investing their time, as illustrated by data compiled by multiple sources. Brands and businesses were initially skeptical about the validity of...

  7. Is Google Sucking the Life Out of Your Identity? Are They Alone?

    If you recognize how much online information exists on you, although meaningless tidbits when viewed individually, you can see that when compiled, they can provide a fairly comprehensive profile. In "Can Google be Trusted to Do No Evil?