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  1. Sequencing the DNA of the Perfect Comment [Study]

    USA Today USA Today outscored the competition in each category examined, with Fox News having the most capacity for improvement. A recent study examined the contribution of comments to the readers' experience, and by deconstructing them down to...

  2. Google Under Fire Again for Providing Easy Access to Prescription Drugs

    Google is allowing illegal prescription drug activity online and profiting from it, according to a report by USA Today. USA Today also reported the group Digital Citizens Alliance found Google was allowing ads on YouTube videos that feature illegal...

  3. 22 Facebook PR Secrets Every Community Manager Should Know

    Think USA Today rather than New York Times. Today’s community manager can double as a magazine editor by day and DJ by night, spinning content to match the mood, audience, and atmosphere of the daily Facebook newsfeed.

  4. Baidu Paid & Organic Search Starter Guide

    If you don't have a license to operate in China and do not require one (a hotel in the USA as an example), then you need to do the same as a Chinese company but send your local company registration documents with the words original copy signed by...

  5. Google, Facebook Offer News Sites Lessons on Ad Targeting [Study]

    Three other news sites - CBS, USA Today, and MSNBC – exhibited moderate levels of targeting where between 29 percent and 40 percent of the ads were different across users. Only three news sites – CNN, Yahoo News and The New York Times – out of 22...

  6. Google Won't Pause New Privacy Policy - Should They Have To?

    Mary Bono Mack, R- Calif.arranged the briefing, telling USA Today that Google’s March 1 launch date for the new policy doesn’t leave time for a full public hearing. Joe Barton, R-Tex.told USA Today, “I asked specifically about Google's deletion...

  7. Pot (Microsoft) Calls Kettle (Google) Black on Privacy

    The ads are appearing in newspapers such as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and USA Today. Did you know Microsoft truly puts people first? Instead of having horrible, evil products like Gmail, Google’s search engine, Google Docs, or...