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Give Someone Special a Dazzling Holiday Season with Alex Soldier Jewelry!

It’s hard to believe that December is already here and we are already on the downward slope to Christmas and New Year’s Eve. While it’s time to celebrate the holidays- it’s also time to be shopping for gifts! I have had the pleasure of working not only with the PR for Alex Soldier but also […]
Tags: Seo, Alex Soldier, Alex Soldier Jewelry


The Nuwber Opt Out And Removal Process [Big Update]

[Big Update]: We just launched a brand new feature that’ll opt you out of Nuwber and 25+ sites that share your info as well. If you want to complete the Nuwber removal process as fast as possible, click here to get started. Completing the Nuwber opt out steps is necessary if you value your privacy. This site has flown under the radar for quite a while due to the popularity of other people finder sites, but it looks like many are starting to catch on. Nuwber is a major player when it comes to sha...
Tags: Branding, Orm, Nuwber


India Business News 20th December 2018 | Business Updates - Tentaran

India Business News 20th December 2018 | Business Updates   Tentaran Read the latest India business news 20th December 2018: india business news 20th december 2018. – Shell Eastern Petroleum has entered into an agreement ...
Tags: India, Seo, India Business News, Shell Eastern Petroleum


Spotify Responds To Facebook Private Data Controversy

Spotify, Amazon, Apple and several dozen other major companies were exempted from Facebook privacy rules and given access to private user data, according to a New York Times report. Spotify was also reportedly given access to 70 million private messages each month. The social network has since largely confirmed the practice and now the streamer has responded. On Tuesday, Spotify told the New York Times that it had been “unaware of the broad powers Facebook had granted them." But on Wednes...
Tags: Facebook, Spotify, Music, Social Media, Data, New York Times, Streaming, Music Business, Music Tech, Bruce Houghton, Facebook Private Data Controversy, Spotify Amazon Apple


From the Hyperlink to the Stream: Hossein Derakshan’s Critique of the Internet in the Age of Social Media

The Six Year Transformation A friend recently pointed me toward an essay published on Medium in 2015. It’s written by Hossein Derakshan, a Canadian-Iranian blogger who helped instigate the Persian-language blogging revolution during the first decade of the 21st century, and whose online truth-telling eventually lead to his imprisonment in Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison from 2008 to 2014. In his essay, Derakshan explores the radical shift in internet culture that occurred between when he ente...
Tags: Facebook, College, Uncategorized, Social Media, Tehran, Evin Prison, Derakshan, Huxley, Hossein Derakshan


Facebook Rebuked for Failing to Disclose Data-Sharing Deals

Lawmakers and others criticized the social network after a New York Times report revealed Facebook gave its partners extensive access to user data.
Tags: Facebook, Spotify, News, Social Media, New York Times, Richard, Wyden, Collins, Federal Trade Commission, Apple Inc, Zuckerberg, Ron, Netflix Inc, Facebook Inc, Underwood, Blumenthal


Thank the Troops This Holiday Season By Giving Back to Them

There is probably no other holiday season that evokes a desire to be home, surrounded by family and friends more than the end-of-the-year holidays.  Many American soldiers who are stationed far away, can only dream about going home.  Not only do they experience a sense of longing for family and friends, but they also miss the creature comforts of home as well as the holiday rituals and celebrations. American service men and women leave their families to protect and defend our rights, and they r...
Tags: Money, Marketing, USO, Ryan Guina, Contact Cell Phones for Soldiers


Daily Search Forum Recap: December 19, 2018

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today...
Tags: Seo, Search Forum Recap


Logistics Aggregator LetsTransport Eyes Foreign Markets With $14 Mn Funding - Inc42 Media

Logistics Aggregator LetsTransport Eyes Foreign Markets With $14 Mn Funding   Inc42 Media Pushkar Singh, cofounder and CEO of LetsTransport told Inc42 that *fresh* funds will be used for scaling up operations and more. Read here!
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Merman Welcomes Director Nicole Ackermann

announcement Merman celebrates the addition of director Nicole Ackermann, who joins the company’s multi-faceted roster of filmmakers working across the spectrum of... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Secret Experiment in Alabama Senate Race Imitated Russian Tactics

A project to help the Democratic contender, Doug Jones, in his closely contested race against Roy Moore used deception on Facebook and Twitte
Tags: Facebook, News, Alabama, Social Media, Jones, Clinton, Trump, Roy Moore, Moore, Hoffman, Alabama Senate, Hillary Rodham, United States Politics and Government, Donald J, LinkedIn Corporation, Doug Jones


Living with tech: What We Can Learn About Online Privacy From Climate Change

Real action to protect privacy hinges on big institutions, to the point that small, individual measures pale in comparison. But there are still ways to act.
Tags: News, Privacy, Social Media, Global Warming, Facebook Inc, Regulation and Deregulation of Industry


New Google Search Feature Teaches People How to Pronounce Words by @MattGSouthern

Google has been spotted testing a feature that teaches searchers how to pronounce words.The post New Google Search Feature Teaches People How to Pronounce Words by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: Google, Tools, News, Seo


Digital Engagement Ain’t Easy: Predictions for Hotel and Social Media Marketing Trends in 2019

Do your Hotel find that Digital Engagement Ain’t Easy? Here are predictions for Hotel and Social Media Marketing Trends in 2019 that will help get a better grip on this challenge. In the next couple of years Hotels is facing some major shifts, and also start to prepare for the next disruption. The trends that will impact Hotels will cover three primary areas; Operation Security Platform Hire for Attitude – Train for Skills Many Hotels have it backward today. They hire the right skill set bu...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Hotels, Trends, Social Media, Seo, Social Media Marketing, Marriott, Hotel, Tripadvisor, Social Media Marketing Trends, Hotel Industry, European Union General Data Protection Regulation, Social Media Community, Morch, Founders Media Click Here


Influencer marketing needs to clean up its act in 2019

If you can’t help but roll your eyes when you hear the word ‘influencer’ then trust me, you’re not alone. Earlier this year, one of the biggest social media influencers in the world told his colleagues to get a real job. So, does this mean the end is nigh for influencer marketing? While the platform is cluttered with posts promoting gummy bear-shaped vitamins, teeth-whitening products, and laxative tea, Instagram is also home to authentic influencer accounts that pique the interests of a massive...
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4 of the Most Controversial Print Ads From Calvin Klein, Which Says It’s Done With Magazines

A 15-year-old Brooke Shields going commando. A 17-year-old Kate Moss going topless. Heroin chic, upskirt shots, exposed butt cracks (or entire butts) and a nonstop bacchanalia of group action. Calvin Klein has spent decades courting controversy with its deliberately provocative advertising in glossy magazines, but those days are now numbered. The brand is ditching print...
Tags: Advertising, Brooke Shields, Kate Moss, Calvin Klein, AdFreak


Facebook gave Spotify and Netflix access to users’ private messages

The report is based on internal documents and interviews with former employees of Facebook and its corporate partners.It shows how Facebook gave more than 100 tech companies access to user data that goes beyond the scope that the social media giant had previously disclosed.Below are some tips for how you can prevent Facebook from sharing your personal data. None A new report shows how Facebook gave its partnering tech companies "more intrusive" access to user data than previously disclosed, incl...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Spotify, Technology, Microsoft, Privacy, Internet, Washington, Advertising, Social Media, Data, Computers, Netflix, New York Times, Innovation, The Times


Giant Food Promotes Award Winning Private Brand Wines

Ahold Delhaize owned grocer Giant Food announced today its promotion of various award-winning and highly-rated wines. Wine and beer selections are available at 67 Giant stores throughout Virginia, Washington D.C. and Maryland. Private brand, Artisan Vintners Wine, is available exclusively at Giant stores and recently received three silver medal awards at the 2018 Indy International Wine Competition. Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir each won silver medals for quality and flavor at t...
Tags: Featured, Maryland, Grocery, Branding, Giant, Larson, Giant Food, Virginia Washington, Ahold Delhaize, Jeffrey Pygott, Pygott, Red Tonel, Villa Pillo Toscana


2 Creatives Made a Fake Foundation to Promote a PSA-Style Music Video About Safe Sex

In mid-November, Instagram and Facebook pages for what looked to be a new organization focused on sex education cropped up online. The organization, The Sexual Education Foundation, has quickly grown small but active followings on the pages (the Instagram account has over 1,400 followers). The posts, which are mostly memes or suggestions like the "No...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Advertising, AdFreak, Creatives Made a Fake Foundation, Sexual Education Foundation


Bing Ads is Removing Data From ‘Share of Voice’ Reports by @MattGSouthern

Bing Ads is removing data from the Share of Voice report, saying it's not needed after introducing the competition tab.The post appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: News, Seo, Paid Search, Bing Ads


Beyond The Purpose Of Brand Purpose

A decade ago, the whole idea of “purpose” inspired brand development and management was far from mainstream. A few visionary companies — starting with Johnson & Johnson and its famous 1943 credo, through market leaders such as Patagonia and Interface — were arguably way ahead of the curve by virtue of inspired individual leadership. Some others abstractly understood that purpose —the “why” they do what they do — was strategically the smartest foundation for expressing their brand in order to ...
Tags: Facebook, Patagonia, Brookings Institution, Harvard Business Review, Branding, Johnson Johnson, Interbrand, Stengel, Brand Purpose, John Elkington, Jim Stengel, Kevin Keohane, Ex Procter Gamble


What is it with typos?

  Typos. We all make them. We all notice them (except, somehow, in the blogs we ourselves post.) And we get a perverse delight in spotting them in other people’s writing. Part of the reason, of course, is that it makes us feel keener, better educated, smarter. As in “I would have never split that infinitive or garbled that gerund.” Except, of course, that maybe it should be “I would never have split…” And since so few of us, including me, know exactly what a gerund is, it is hard to define what...
Tags: Business, Advertising, Marketing, Sales, Creativity, Ideas, Humor, Weddings, Good Ideas, Jay H Heyman, Father of the Bride


The Ultimate Guide to Performing a Successful Website Audit

by Robert Clough You probably know the crucial importance of having a website for any sort of business you are running. However, your work isn't done after getting a site.  In fact, you can think of building your website the same as building a home. You accomplish a lot with the initial investment, but the real work is ongoing and will keep paying dividends over time.  If you'd like to get the most out of the site in this regard, consider getting a website audit.  Follow these strategies ...
Tags: Google, Seo, Usability, Website Design, Website Testing, Robert Clough


Google May Be Biased—but Not in the Way Trump Thinks It Is

A week after a House Judiciary Committee hearing on search engine bias, Donald Trump was still crying wolf on Twitter, alleging tech companies like Google and the very platform he tweets upon favor his political rivals. According to data from analytics firm Brandwatch, Trump has tweeted about bias at least 25 times since taking office....
Tags: Google, General, Advertising, Donald Trump, House Judiciary Committee, Brandwatch Trump


Why Seventh Generation Got Maya Rudolph to Sing a Song About Vaginas

In recent years, Maya Rudolph has found strange yet compelling ways to tout Seventh Generation's use of natural products. Now, the company is deploying Rudolph to help destigmatize the word vagina (with the actress and comedian behind a drum set saying the word repeatedly) while also pitching its period-care products. The new work from 72andSunny...
Tags: General, Advertising, Rudolph, Maya Rudolph


D.C.’s Attorney General Is Suing Facebook for Its ‘Misleading’ Data Practices

Washington, D.C.'s attorney general, Karl Racine, is suing Facebook over its user data collection and protection practices. The lawsuit, filed today, alleges that the Menlo Park, Calif.-based company failed to protect users' personal data from abuse. The AG's office said nearly half of the district's residents had their data exposed and manipulated during the 2016...
Tags: Facebook, Washington, Advertising, AG, Menlo Park Calif, Karl Racine, Publishers & Platforms


Institute for Justice Podcast on the 14th Amendment

The Institute for Justice has released a podcast to mark the 150th anniversary of the Fourteenth Amendment. You can find the link here. https://ij.org/sc_long_podcast/the-fight-for-the-14th/ I am one of the participants, along with Kurt Lash and others. [Author: Gerard N. Magliocca]
Tags: Branding, Institute for Justice, Gerard N Magliocca, Kurt Lash, Institute for Justice Podcast


Pfizer and Glaxo Are Teaming Up to Create a Massive New Over-the-Counter Business

Today, Pfizer and Glaxo--also known as Pfizer Inc. and GlaxoSmithKline PLC--announced they will be merging their consumer healthcare businesses to create a massive new venture. In doing so, Pfizer and Glaxo are creating the globe's largest consumer healthcare goods company, with over-the-counter brands like ChapStick, Advil, Emergen-C and more under its umbrella. The plan is...
Tags: General, Advertising, Pfizer, Pfizer Inc, Glaxo, GlaxoSmithKline Plc


Competition Comes to Snapchat in the Form of Lens Challenges

Snapchat users can now take on other Snapchat users with Lens Challenges, a new feature that debuted on the messaging application Wednesday. Lens Challenges invite people on Snapchat to create and send Snaps that use a Lens based on topics including songs, dances, holidays and events. The feature debuts by encouraging Snapchatters to sign along...
Tags: Advertising, Social Pro Daily



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