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SERPstash can help push your site to the top of Google searches; get it for $24

You can push yourself to the top of those Google searches with the help of SERPstash. Right now, you can lock in lifetime access to the SERPstash Premium service at an extra $5 off its already ridiculously low sale price from TNW Deals.
Tags: Google, Startups, Offers


Ad-tech companies are moving full speed ahead to chase OTT ad dollars. Here are the 13 companies poised to win the most.

A growing number of ad-tech companies are moving into over-the-top advertising as ad dollars shift from TV to streaming video. While ad-tech companies are clamoring to get a share of the OTT ad market that's coming from the $70 billion in TV advertising, not all ad-tech companies will actually be able to deliver. Business Insider polled a handful of ad buyers and compiled a list of 13 ad-tech companies that are at the forefront of shaping the future of OTT advertising. More people are cutting...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Youtube, Amc, Disney, US, Trends, Comcast, Roku, Cbs, David Cohen, Nielsen, North America, Vizio, Hulu, Comscore


Google says it is complying with EU antitrust orders

Google has made and will make a number of changes to address EU antitrust regulators' concerns that it unfairly promoted its shopping service and hindered rivals of its Android smartphone operating system, a senior executive said on Wednesday.
Tags: Google, Money, Eu, businessNews


How to Multiply Content Marketing Results Without Spending Additional Money?

By Roberto Garvin Are you after search engine traffic? You must be if you want to increase online visibility for your business. Whether it is search engine traffic you want or even brand awareness, content is key to your marketing strategy. According to findings released by Kapost, the report shows that content marketing costs 62% less and generates 3 times as many leads. And it seems that 93% of B2B marketers already know this because they are using content marketing to grow their business. So ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Business, Sales & Marketing, HubSpot, Right Now, Yoast SEO, Kapost, Roberto Garvin


THE APPLE STORE WORLD TOUR: From Albuquerque to Zurich, here's a look at every Apple Store across the globe (AAPL)

To understand Apple's global retail footprint, it helps to see it for yourself. We've compiled a list of every Apple store in the world. Jump to your favorite country or state via the table of contents, or scroll down to see every store alphabetically. It's hard to believe Apple was started out of a garage in California just over 40 years ago. Today, Apple is worth hundreds of billions of dollars and has over 500 stores in 24 countries around the world. Apple stores weren't even a "thing" unt...
Tags: Apple, Google, South Korea, Hong Kong, Japan, Sweden, Colorado, South Park, California, Steve Jobs, Washington, Mexico, US, Trends, Spain, Turkey


Mark Zuckerberg and other tech CEOs under mounting pressure to speak out over New Zealand mosque shootings

Big tech is coming under renewed political pressure following the mass shootings at two New Zealand mosques on Friday. The attack was livestreamed on Facebook before spreading like wildfire online, leaving tech companies scrambling to block the footage. The CEOs of Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Microsoft have been asked to attend a homeland security briefing. Three major New Zealand telecoms companies have also weighed in, asking that the CEOs of Facebook, Twitter, and Google take part in ur...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Microsoft, Congress, Trends, New Zealand, Jack Dorsey, Christchurch, Thompson, Facebook Twitter, Facebook YouTube Twitter, Facebook Google Twitter, Christchurch New Zealand, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Twitter


Google fined $1.7 billion over a 3rd breach of EU antitrust rules in 3 years

Google was fined $1.7 billion by the European Union for its third breach of EU antitrust rules in three years. European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said the latest fine was for "illegal practices in search advertising brokering to cement its dominant market position." Google's EU fines since 2017 now total $9.4 billion. Google has been punished with a third fine by the European Union in three years. The Alphabet-owned company was fined €1.49 billion, or $1.7 billion, on Wednes...
Tags: Google, Europe, Trends, Eu, European Union, Commission, European Commission, Margrethe Vestager, Vestager, Kent Walker, CNBC Google


Google fined $1.7 billion over a 3rd breach of EU antitrust rules in as many years

Google was fined $1.7 billion by the EU for its third breach of EU antitrust rules in as many years. European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said the latest fine is for "illegal practices in search advertising brokering to cement its dominant market position." Google's EU fines since 2017 now total $9.4 billion. The company is yet to respond to a request for comment. Google has been punished with a third fine by the European Union in as many years. The Alphabet-owned company was ...
Tags: Google, Trends, Eu, European Union, Margrethe Vestager, Vestager


How to be a better boss, according to Google

Being a great leader is important for many reasons: your team gets more work done, your staff are engaged and enthusiastic, and co-workers will invite you to their dinner parties. But there’s a lot more on the line than just your team’s performance. According to Gallup’s 2017 survey, the number one reason why Americans are quitting their jobs is to get away from a bad manager. That’s right: being a poor leader could cost you your best talent. And you know you can’t afford that. So, how do you cr...
Tags: Google, Startups, Growth, Gallup


EU fines Google €1.49 billion in AdSense antitrust case

European Commissioner for Competition, Margrethe Vestager, just announced the EU’s third big antitrust fine against Google. The EU found the company guilty of breaking antitrust laws when it prevented third parties (i.e. Google’s ad-brokering competitors) from using its advertising tool, AdSense, to display search ads. This has now resulted in a €1.49 billion fine (1.29 percent of Google’s turnover in 2018). The third @Google case: @Google is fined €1,49bn for illegal practices in search adverti...
Tags: Google, Startups, Europe, Eu, Margrethe Vestager


4chan, 8chan, and LiveLeak blocked by Australian internet providers for hosting the livestream of New Zealand mosque shootings

Platforms including 4chan, 8chan, and LiveLeak hosted footage of the New Zealand mosque attacks that killed 50 people last week. In response, a number of internet service providers in Australia temporarily blocked sites that hosted the videos. "We believe it's the right thing to do, out of respect to the victims of this atrocity and their loved ones, to help stop the further sharing of this disturbing video," Vodafone Australia said. Facebook and Google have also been scrambling to halt the sp...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Australia, Youtube, New York City, US, Trends, New Zealand, Associated Press, Telstra, Christchurch, Kotaku, Optus, Vodafone Australia, Al Noor


Seven Africa-focused startups present at Y Combinator’s Demo Day

The seven African-focused companies which presented as part of Y Combinator’s 200 strong cohort of Winter 2019 class of 200 startups may seem like a small percentage for such a large class, but it represents the growing significance of African ventures in YC’s universe. Since 2016, the Silicon Valley accelerator—that provides seed funds and mentorship for early stage startups—has backed 25 companies located in Africa and another 10 with an Africa product focus, according to YC spokesperson Linds...
Tags: Google, TC, Y Combinator, Business, UK, China, Nigeria, Africa, Tech, Spokesperson, Economy, Companies, United Kingdom, Healthcare, Silicon Valley, Tanzania


21 Expert Tips to Take Your Business to the Next Level

It’s not unusual for business owners to feel stuck at times. Sales are leveling off, it’s gotten hard to find employees to staff up, or you just feel like you’re in a rut. When this happens, you may need a new set of eyes to help you find ways to reenergize and grow your business. Your local Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is a great place to turn, as it offers free consulting, along with training that is often free or low-cost. SBDCs work with a variety of small business owners and...
Tags: Google, Post, Florida, Minnesota, Government, Sales, Wisconsin, Operations, University of Central Florida, West Michigan, SBA, ESOP, Arkansas Tech University, Louis County, UW La Crosse, Florida Gulf Coast University


Google fined $1.7 billion for search ad blocks in third EU sanction

Google was fined 1.49 billion euros ($1.7 billion) on Wednesday for blocking rival online search advertisers, the third large European Union antitrust penalty for the Alphabet business in two only years.
Tags: Google, Money, Eu, European Union, businessNews


Google will let Android users choose a rival browser to avoid further wrath from the EU

Google is going to make it easier for Android users in Europe to select competing browsers and search apps. It follows Google being fined a record $5 billion last year after it was found in breach antitrust laws for abusing the dominance of its Android operating system. The EU is expected to slap Google with a third antitrust fine in as many years later today. Google is rolling out a major change to its Android phones after being found in breach of EU antitrust laws last year — and ahead of a...
Tags: Google, Europe, Microsoft, Russia, Trends, Eu, Financial Times, Margrethe Vestager, Vestager, Walker, SVP, Kent Walker


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Wednesday. Google announced a huge gaming initiative: A Netflix-like video-game streaming platform named Stadia. The service is intended to run high-resolution blockbuster games on any device that runs Google's Chrome — from smartphones and tablets to computers and TVs. Google unveiled a new controller for its Stadia gaming service on Tuesday, which connects to Google's data centers and pairs with whichever device the game is being ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, UK, Samsung, Trends, Tesla, EA, Snapchat, Netflix, Aclu, New Zealand, Ubisoft, Stephen Collins, Alexa, Trump, Facebook Twitter


Massive Kiwi funds with $90b consider dumping Facebook, Google, Twitter shares if firms broke law by hosting shooting video

The managers of five government-related funds with more than $90 billion in funds under management say they are adding their weight to callers for multi-national social media owners Facebook, Twitter and Google to take action against... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Google, Business, Facebook Twitter, Facebook Google Twitter, Massive Kiwi


Google's 'Netflix for gaming' set to transform entertainment industry

The line snaked out of the conference centre and around the block.Inside, a stage flanked by bright glowing columns and stunning white archways. The audience fizzed with excitement. Even at a specialist video games conference,... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Google, Business, Netflix


These ad execs have a venture fund they’d like to sell you

Mike Duda comes from the world of advertising. In fact, he spent 13 years at the renowned ad agency Deutsch, becoming the youngest partner in the company’s history until another creative, Brent Vartan, came along and stole the title. Little wonder that in 2010, when Duda struck out on his own to create Bullish (formerly known as Consigliere Brand Capital), he stole Vartan, later making him the firm’s second managing partner. It isn’t that the two wanted to outgun their former employer exactly. I...
Tags: Google, Amazon, TC, Facebook, Ecommerce, New York, Boston, San Francisco, Tech, Walmart, Palo Alto, Portland, Venture Capital, San Diego, Patagonia, Silicon Valley


I tried Stadia, Google's big play to conquer video games. It's really promising, but there's still too much we don't know. (GOOG, GOOGL)

I got to try Google Stadia, its new video game streaming service that promises to use the cloud to deliver games to almost any device with a screen — including laptops, tablets, smartphones, and TVs. In the short demo, I got to try "Assassin's Creed Odyssey," streaming via Stadia to a Google Pixelbook laptop.  It played well, and the graphics looked very nice, but once you notice the little bit of input lag, it's hard to un-notice it. The problem is that it's hard to tell, in a short demo like...
Tags: Google, Trends, Netflix, Logitech, Nintendo, Assassin, Instead Google, Google Cloud, Google Pixelbook, Creed Odyssey, Google Stadia, Stadia Google, Michael Higham, Doom Eternal Google


Google's weird name and logo for its new gaming service is part of a clever disappearing act (GOOG, GOOGL)

Google's new game streaming service is called Stadia. It's an apt name with a pretty logo, but it's missing something.  Looking at the Stadia logo, you'd never know it was part of Google — and there's a good reason for that. Google took the wraps off its game streaming service on Tuesday with a barrage of fanfare, high-octane demos and a shiny new name and logo. Meet: Stadia. As far as names go, it's not bad. According to the Cambridge Dictionary, Stadia is a plural form of stadiums — an apt ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Elizabeth Warren, US, Trends, Louis Vuitton, Google YouTube, Sundar Pichai Google, Jade Raymond, Cambridge Dictionary Stadia


Apple News jitters, Instagram goes shopping, and chatbots rise again

Hello! Thanks for subscribing. If you got this newsletter forwarded, sign up for your own here. In less than a week, Apple is set to announce a range of services including an all-you-can-read subscription news bundle, and it’s causing a lot of angst for publishers already worried about big tech eating media. I talked to publishers who were pitched by Apple, and they say the phone maker is basing the business model on a flawed comparison between news and music. To date, The New York Times and Th...
Tags: Apple, Google, Verizon, Facebook, Instagram, Washington Post, North Korea, Trends, Comcast, New York Times, Alex Gibney, Wall Street Journal, Xfinity, Lance Armstrong, Elizabeth Holmes, Alaska Airlines


Digital Trends Live: MySpace server failure, neuroscience in marketing, and more

On Tuesday's episode of Digital Trends Live, we discussed trending tech topics like Google's keynote at the Game Developers Conference and welcomed guests Spencer Gerrol of Spark Neuro and Arthur Orduna of Avis to the show. The post Digital Trends Live: MySpace server failure, neuroscience in marketing, and more appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Trends, Avis, Arthur Orduna, Spencer Gerrol


Stadia’s Google Assistant integration is the gaming feature I never knew I needed

Google today revealed just what kind of hat it intends to throw in the gaming ring — a cloud streaming service called Stadia. Most of the news was a lot of blue sky development jargon, but it did reveal one thing about Stadia that’ll probably do more to help gamers than any new controller or lack of latency: a dedicated walkthrough button. Most of the reveal was focused on what Stadia could offer game developers — which is natural, as it took place at a game developer’s conference. Supposedly it...
Tags: Google, Startups, Gaming


Atlassian's first head of technical teams explains why he couldn't pass up the opportunity to join the $26.9 billion company, even if it meant uprooting to Australia (TEAM)

In January, Atlassian hired its first head of technical teams Noah Wasmer, who joins Atlassian from VMware. As the vice president of product and head of technical teams, Wasmer will head Atlassian's software and IT products, including Jira, Bitbucket, Opsgenie, Jira Service Desk, and Statuspage. Business Insider spoke with Wasmer on how he got to Atlassian and what it's like uprooting to Australia. For years, Noah Wasmer worked in the Silicon Valley tech scene before moving to Atlanta. But n...
Tags: Google, Australia, San Francisco, Trends, Atlanta, Tesla, Sydney, Ibm, Silicon Valley, Pacific, Atlassian, Vmware, Ocean Beach, Sydney Australia, Mike Cannon Brookes, Scott Farquhar


An internet pioneer is doubtful Mark Zuckerberg can refocus Facebook on privacy. Here's why. (FB)

Internet pioneer Paul Vixie is dubious about Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's plan to create a "privacy focused" social networking platform. Vixie, the CEO of Farsight securities, has worked on privacy and security issues for decades. The concepts of "private" and "social" are fundamentally at odds, and no one yet has figured out a way to blend the two, he said. Facebook may be feeling constrained by Europe's new privacy law, which illustrates how difficult it can be to promote both privacy and ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, California, Trends, European Union, Ftc, Zuckerberg, Samsung Galaxy, Facebook Messenger The company, Paul Vixie, Vixie, Ostensibly Facebook


Google hid one of the oldest cheat codes in video game history on the back of its new Stadia controller

Google announced its new game-streaming platform, Stadia, along with a compatible controller on Tuesday at the 2019 Game Developers Conference. During the presentation, we noticed a popular gaming reference located on the back of Google's Stadia controller: The Konami Code. The cheat code ( ↑,↑,↓,↓,←,→,←,→,B,A) has been referenced in video games and pop culture for decades. Keen-eyed gamers who watched Google's announcement of its new Stadia game streaming service on Tuesday will surely h...
Tags: Google, Trends, Konami, Contra, Gaming Historian YouTube


Industry veteran Jade Raymond is in charge of turning Google into a major video game publisher — and that has huge ramifications (GOOG, GOOGL)

On Tuesday, Google announced Stadia, a new video game streaming service that could usher in a new era of cloud-based gaming.  Jade Raymond, who Google recently hired as a vice president, will be leading the in-house teams creating games specifically for Stadia.  With Raymond, Google has a seasoned industry veteran at the helm — and also makes a powerful statement in an industry with a well-earned reputation as being toxic to women.  In Tuesday, Google announced its huge new push into gaming: ...
Tags: Google, US, Trends, Bloomberg, EA, Larry Page, Valve, Ubisoft, Oprah, Raymond, Diane Green, Sarkeesian, Phil Harrison, Google Cloud, Huawei China, Jade Raymond


21 Expert Tips to Take Your Business to the Next Level

It’s not unusual for business owners to feel stuck at times. Sales are leveling off, it’s gotten hard to find employees to staff up, or you just feel like you’re in a rut. When this happens, you may need a new set of eyes to help you find ways to reenergize and grow your business. Your local Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is a great place to turn, as it offers free consulting, along with training that is often free or low-cost. SBDCs work with a variety of small business owners and...
Tags: Google, Post, Florida, Minnesota, Government, Sales, Wisconsin, Operations, University of Central Florida, West Michigan, SBA, ESOP, Arkansas Tech University, Louis County, UW La Crosse, Florida Gulf Coast University


Google just unveiled Stadia, its ambitious attempt to upend the video game industry and take on Xbox and PlayStation. Here's everything we know (GOOG, GOOGL)

Google just announced a huge new gaming initiative: A Netflix-like video game streaming platform named Stadia. The service is intended to run high-resolution, blockbuster games on any device that runs Google's Chrome — from smartphones to computers to TVs and tablets. Alongside the announcement of Stadia itself, Google unveiled a new controller and a new game development studio. After years of rumors and speculation, Google officially detailed its plans to enter the video game business on Tue...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Trends, Netflix, Sony, Nintendo, Tokyo, Sundar Pichai, Microsoft Sony, Instead Google, Phil Harrison



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