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  1. What is SEM? Depends on Who You Ask

    When an industry can't come to common consensus about what a high-profile term really means, how can the business and brands shopping for, purchasing, and relying upon the performance of, these services possibly make informed decisions?

  2. Twitter is Blocked in Turkey, Google’s Public DNS Helps Users Regain Access

    Erdoğan has also threatened to ban Facebook and YouTube, two other services which he says are being used to share recordings that damage his government, be they real or fake. Google Public DNS is fast with great uptime.

  3. The Biggest Mobile Trends and Stories of 2013

    IDC predicts that the connected and convergent internet of things will generate 4.8 trillion dollars globally by 2020 and will create a whole new of marketplace of services and jobs. And while it's a rare occurrence to see anyone actually sporting...

  4. How to Hire (and Keep) Digital Marketing Talent in 2014

    That is if you're selling digital marketing services in the form of social media, content marketing, analytics, or email marketing. Something Fortune 500 companies and agencies need to realize when they are selling and buying digital marketing...

  5. 9 Ways to Prepare for a Future Without Cookie Tracking

    This is the same reason why many browsers automatically block third-party cookies, to ensure data collection services and the usage of visitor information are being entrusted to the right recipients. For the most part, do not track legislation is...

  6. Google Doodle Honors Social Work Pioneer Jane Addams and Hull House in Chicago

    It eventually expanded to include a day care center, public baths, nutritious food, and additional services. Addams was most known for campaigning for women's rights, social reform, and services for women, children, and immigrants.

  7. New Data Mining Tool Will Let You Make Your Own Private Search Engine

    Things like products and services, market information even a competitor index can be built quickly for employees to search and mine. When released to the public, the service will require users to sign up and open an account.