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  1. 8 Lessons Learned From Owning a Search Agency for 15 Years

    In 2013, we finally sold the service/agency division of Engine Ready to BRIM Agency and here are some specific lessons I learned along the way. I tried to focus on culture and a cool working environment, but I lost track of which clients were...

  2. Native Advertising for Small Business: The Missing Link?

    As its name implies, promoted posts is a paid service option on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter that promotes your content. Outbrain makes 180 billion content recommendations to 550 million Internet users, while Taboola reaches 400...

  3. Social Customer Service Secrets to Avoid Negative Search Results

    Search results beware and be aware, customer service is part two of the social media revolution. The new rules of selling and customer service are here, they’re social, they’re mobile, they’re visual…and most businesses are not ready.

  4. Mobile Now Exceeds PC: The Biggest Shift Since the Internet Began

    Today, most recognize the Internet as a vital foundation for everything from operations to marketing and sales to logistics, CRM, and customer service. Mobile is preferred over the PC for executives conducting research during and after office hours...

  5. Yahoo Retires Less Popular Products to Make Room for New Innovation

    Yahoo first announced its upcoming changes earlier this year and eliminated products such as Newlook Service, Research Reports, and Bookmarks.yahoo.com in April and May. The Toolbar is still available for Firefox and Internet Explorer at toolbar...

  6. Yandex's Sibir Reverse Image Search Technology is Pure Awesome

    Once a user has had the opportunity to utilize the service, it ends up being a necessary tool when uploading or selecting photos via the Internet. Through and through Yandex has developed an amazing service with Sibir, has surpassed others in the...

  7. Kiss Your Ads Goodbye: How Net Neutrality May Impact Content & Advertising

    Proposed rules would require that ISPs (Internet Service Providers) treat all Internet traffic – even that of competitors – equally. Internet Would No Longer Offer Level Playing Field On May 15, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted in...

  8. 'Let Me Google That For You' Bill Introduced to U.S. Senate

    During the two readings of the bill, the Senate concluded that, "No federal agency should use taxpayer dollars to purchase a report from the National Technical Information Service that is available through the Internet for free.