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  1. Amazon's 4 Pillars of Success: A Preview of Jeffrey Eisenberg's Pubcon SFIMA Keynote

    Our goal is to be earth's most customer-centric company. DG: When looking at Amazon's success, what is one core tenet Amazon embraces that maybe other digital marketers aren't, but should be? Eisenberg will be the keynote speaker at the Pubcon...

  2. 6 Billion Hours of Video Watched on YouTube Each Month

    And this week Robert Kyncl, Vice President, Global Head of Content Partnerships for YouTube, announced that these visitors "are watching more than 6 billion hours of video each month on YouTube; almost an hour a month for every person on Earth and...

  3. Google April Fools' Day Pranks 2012: 8-Bit Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode & More!

    Find Google Analytics too limited because it only tracks human visits from Earth? Please re-think in digital. Here’s a recap of all the April Fools’ Day fun from this year. Google 8-Bit Maps for NES Like Google Maps?

  4. Seeing the Colossal Increase at Yahoo Sites in comScore’s U.S. Online Video Rankings

    Why do they have the largest eyes on earth? So, Yahoo sites are up 30.4 percent, VEVO is up 6.1 percent, and Google sites are up 4.5 percent, while Viacom Digital is down 4.4 percent, Facebook.com is down 6.6 percent, and Microsoft sites are down...

  5. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    The major motion picture studios consistently produce and distribute the most sought after and enjoyable entertainment on earth. Jim Hedger of Digital Always Media shared just one potential effect SOPA could have on the Internet economy.

  6. SEO Burn Notice: When You’re a Blogger, A Scorched Earth Policy Is a Bad Idea

    Blogger Steve Rubel recently blew away his blog in what he called his “Scorched Earth Policy” on the notion that moving to Tumblr would be better and he didn’t want to “confuse Google. While there are reasons to sometimes blow away a website (e.g...

  7. Security and Responsibility on the Virtual Frontier

    While it's easy to say "everyone who visits an adult venue should be over the age of 18 and you'll need to show ID.it's entirely unreasonable to expect a single entity to know or be able to discern with any degree of precision, speed or accuracy...