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  1. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    Software must: be pre-approved by Google; offer one-click, complete uninstall; provide clear, full disclosure and transparency to people about what is being installed and what changes are being made to their devices; install itself on only one...

  2. Social Ad Revenue Forecast to Hit $11 Billion by 2017 [Report]

    The Android software allows users to skin their smartphone with a Facebook overlay that puts social networking front and center. Annual ad revenue is expected to reach $11 billion by 2017, according to a recent study by BIA/Kelsey.

  3. Inside the SES New York 2013 Expo Hall: Networking, Pinball & Swag

    At the opposite end of the floor, Yext helps its customers with location information software and had a cache of swag to help visitors recall the company’s name. At the welcome desk stood Liz Walton, who said that their software assists customers...

  4. 10 SEO Truths of 2012 for Agencies & In-House Teams

    It could be that a client wants to rank first for "HR Software", and they currently rank fifth for that keyword with a conversion rate of 5 percent, while a similar keyword phrase, ‘HR Software for SMBs’, has a conversion rate of 10 percent and is...

  5. 7 Tips to Start Making Meaningful Connections on LinkedIn

    You wouldn't approach a table full of professionals you don’t know and open up with “Buy my B2B marketing automation software! And remember, shouting at your potential customers via social networking can ruin any future you might have with them.

  6. Google Buys Instagram Rival Nik as Google+ Passes 400 Million Users

    Google has announced it is to acquire imaging platform Nik Software and reports that Google+ now has more than 400 million members (100 million of whom are monthly acitve users), still less than half that of key social networking rival Facebook.

  7. Why Facebook Ad Haters Are Wrong – Here’s How Marketers Can Do Better

    He continued, “We know some of these accounts are run by computer software with one person puppeteering thousands of profiles from a single desk handing out commands such as: 'like' as many pages as you can to create a large community.