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Funding Galore: Indian Startup Funding Of The Week [7-12 Jan] - Inc42 Media

Funding Galore: Indian Startup Funding Of The Week [7-12 Jan]   Inc42 Media In all, this week 12 startups raised $159.7 Mn and six startup acquisitions took place in the Indian startup ecosystem altogether.
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Why Small Businesses Need to Ditch SEO Gimmicks for Good

If you take a look at the New Year’s resolutions you made for 2019, they’ll likely contain some financial ones, ones where you plan to have a more profitable year. And, if you are a business owner or work in marketing, consider adding this resolution to your list: “I’m ditching SEO gimmicks for good.” When SEO was new, companies could toss up a piece of content that included word-for-word keywords and reap the benefits. As Google’s algorithm evolved and competitors began their own SEO efforts, c...
Tags: Google, Marketing, Sales, Seo, Content Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, Google Algorithm, Google Reviews


5 Reasons You Should Repair Your Credit

In most countries, credit determines your eligibility for a lot of different things. If you ever plan to finance a car, rent an apartment, get a good insurance plan, or even get a credit card, then you have to establish a strong credit score. Below, you will find 5 reasons why you should repair your credit. 1 – A strong credit score allows you to finance a car Cars today can be expensive and even if you plan to buy a used one, you never know when it could break down on you. Having the...
Tags: Uncategorized, Marketing, Credit


Megyn Kelly Officially Exits NBC News

In January 2017, when Megyn Kelly opted to leave her longtime Fox News home and accept a three-year, $69 million megadeal from NBC News, many industry observers doubted that NBC and Kelly would be a good fit. Turns out they were right. Friday night, NBC News made official what has been inevitable since October, and...
Tags: Nbc, Advertising, Nbc News, Fox News, Megyn Kelly, Kelly, Programming & Performance


CBS and Nielsen End Standoff, Reach New Measurement Agreement

CBS and Nielsen's bitter face-off over a new measurement deal is finally over. On Friday night, the companies reached a new deal for Nielsen national, digital and local audience measurement. In the agreement, CBS Television Network, CBS Television Distribution, Showtime Networks, Smithsonian, Pop, CBS Sports Network and CBS' 27 owned-and-operated local television stations will continue...
Tags: Advertising, Cbs, Nielsen, Programming & Performance


Daily Search Forum Recap: January 11, 2019

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web...
Tags: Seo, Search Forum Recap


Commercial Printing Market 2018-2022: Business Development, End User, Trends, Share – Daily Updates - Daily Updates

   Daily Updates Commercial Printing Market Report evaluates the present Commercial Printing market industry scenario by studying the historic data for the period of 2013-2017 ...
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Google May Filter Emojis Out of Meta Titles & Descriptions in Search Results by @MattGSouthern

Although Google supports emojis in search results, it may choose to filter them out in certain circumstances.The post Google May Filter Emojis Out of Meta Titles & Descriptions in Search Results by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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Facebook staff discussed cashing in on user data, reports say

Proposals to charge firms for data said to have been revealed by badly redacted court papersFacebook staff discussed charging companies for access to user data, before ultimately deciding against such a policy, according to reports.The internal discussions were revealed due to improperly redacted court documents, released as part of Facebook’s lawsuit against American software developer Six4Three last year. According to Ars Technica and the Wall Street Journal, an 18-page court filing contains t...
Tags: Facebook, Technology, Media, Privacy, Social Networking, Tinder, Social Media, World news, US news, Ars Technica, Digital Media, Data Protection


WPP Files Legal Protest Against U.S. Government for Awarding Multibillion-Dollar Army Account to DDB

The seemingly endless fight over the U.S. Army's advertising business has taken yet another turn as WPP joined IPG and McCann Worldgroup in contesting the government's November decision to award the account to Team DDB, an Omnicom entity led by that agency's Chicago office. According to the Army's own estimates, the contract concerns up to...
Tags: Advertising, Chicago, Accounts, Army, WPP, U S Army, Omnicom, IPG, McCann Worldgroup


12 Marketing Experts Reveal How to Crush Your Competition in 2019

p With the new year in full swing, my wonderful colleagues — the marketing experts here at Convince & Convert — came up with 23 ideas for making your marketing and customer experience AMAZING in 2019. In no particular order, here are our favorite recommendations for making 2019 your best year yet. These are the things that not many companies are doing well, but if you do, you will be sure to crush your competition this year. Let’s go! Jay Baer, Founder, Convince & Convert 1. Leverage artificia...
Tags: Google, Macaulay Culkin, Seo, Linkedin, Tesla, Customers, Jay, Chris Anderson, Digital Marketing, CPM, Jay Baer, Sara Blakely, Bluehost, Lauren Teague, Daniel Lemin, Anthony Helmstetter


Louisiana court: Online anonymity doesn’t shield lawyers from ethical obligations

Here is a recent Daily Record column. My past Daily Record articles can be accessed here. ***** Louisiana court: Online anonymity doesn’t shield lawyers from ethical obligation Office water coolers used to be gathering places where people discussed current events and caught up on office gossip. But, like many other time-honored traditions, even water cooler conversations have been affected by technology. Certainly these in-office discussions still occur, but much of the day-to-day discours...
Tags: Facebook, New York, Supreme Court, Law, Court, Social Media, Ethics, Web/Tech, Nopd, Louisiana, Thomson Reuters, Aba, ABA Journal, Gill Pratt, National Guard, Jefferson


Intel and Warner Brothers Teamed Up at CES to Show What Entertainment Would Look Like in a Self-Driving Car

With autonomous cars on their way to becoming a widespread reality, companies are starting to think about how they can monetize the extra time and space that a robot in the driver's seat allows passengers. Intel and Warner Brothers proposed a vision for what that media-transportation fusion might look like at this year's Consumer Electronics...
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Call for entries: IFAF Gem Awards

Who killed it in 2018? That’s what the Idaho Falls Advertising Federation wants to know. And it’s also why they’ve issued a call for entries for the Gem Awards. The Gem Awards recognize outstanding creative throughout eastern Idaho, and all Diamond and Star Garnet award-winning work is automatically forwarded for consideration to the Idaho Advertising Federation’s Rockie Awards. Full details about the awards and how to enter can be found here.
Tags: Advertising, Idaho, Rockies, IFAF, Awards Show, Idaho Advertising Federation, Rockie Awards, Idaho Falls Advertising Federation, Gem Awards, Star Garnet


When Is It the Better Part of Valor to Keep Your Mouth Shut?

Opinions abound on topics ranging from politics to religion, from relationships to climate change. Conversations no longer just happen around the water cooler at work. With the advent of social media, sharing those beliefs is as easy as tapping fingers on keyboard and pressing “post.” There was a time when the “taboo subjects” of sex, religion, and death were simply not discussed in polite company. These days, the gloves are off and we go at it with gusto, daring to strike back at anyone who...
Tags: Psychology, Technology, Opinion, Relationships, Wikipedia, Disney, Social Media, Self-help, Self-esteem, Resentment, Offense, Internet Trolls


5 Things to Look for in an SEO Company

The market has no shortage of SEO agencies, which is a good thing. However, the fact that they are not created equal makes it challenging to know... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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EdTech Startup EMERITUS Gains $40 Million in Series C Funding - NewsCenter.io

EdTech Startup EMERITUS Gains $40 Million in Series C Funding   NewsCenter.io EMERITUS, an edtech company that partners with US and European universities to provide online courses to working professionals, successfully completed a ...
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Facebook and YouTube aren’t even trying to enforce the Alex Jones ban

After Alex Jones was effectively banned from the internet — or at least his major distribution channels — last August, it appeared that we’d be rid of his half-baked conspiracy theories once and for all. Or, that’s what we thought, anyway. Following multiple “strikes” for content that violated its terms of service, YouTube permanently removed Alex Jones’ InfoWars channel last October. Gone are thousands of hours of archived content, more than 2.5 million subscribers, and the ranting diatribes of...
Tags: Startups, Facebook, Social Media, Martin Shkreli, Alex Jones


Hybrid Cloud, IoT, Blockchain, AI/ML, Containers, and DevOps… Oh My!

When it rains it pours. It seems regarding Enterprise IT technology innovation,  it is common for multiple game-changing innovations to hit the street simultaneously. Yet, if ever the analogy of painting the car while its traveling down the highway is suitable, it’s this time. Certainly, you can take a wait and see approach with regard to adoption, but given the association of these innovations toward greater business agility, you’d run the risk of falling behind your competitors. Let’s take...
Tags: Technology, Blog, Seo, Innovation, Iot, Containers, Devops, Blockchain, Hybrid Cloud, AI/ML, Blockchain AI ML Containers


Arby's-themed subscription boxes

Awareness is often a key, and important, marketing objective for brands to get consumers started on the path to purchase. However, sometimes not enough effort is placed on, or invested in, their true brand loyalists.Take Arby's, who created a 6-month monthly subscription box, that doesn't contain food, but rather sandwich and Arby's themed merchandise for their fans. The limited quantity being offered apparently sold out in an hour (who knows exactly HOW many enthusiasts they were planning on t...
Tags: Branding, Arby, A_blodder


This Security Stunt Cleverly Illustrates What a Cyber Attack Would Look Like in Real Life

What might it look like if some sketchy characters targeted a business in the real world using cyber crime tactics? Global insurer Hiscox decided to demonstrate on a bike shop to help illustrate the threat reportedly faced by a third of British businesses. London agency AMV BBDO coordinated the "Real World Hack" stunt for client...
Tags: London, Advertising, Hiscox, AMV BBDO, AdFreak


Twitter Is Considering Adding Status Updates, More Messaging-Like Features in 2019

Twitter first landed on the tech scene as a text-message based social network, and nearly 13 years later, it's thinking about adding features that will bring Twitter back to its roots. At the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Keith Coleman, Twitter's vp of product, said that the social network was considering rolling out...
Tags: Twitter, Advertising, Ces, Las Vegas, Publishers & Platforms


Top 13 Factors That Can Determine Your Website’s Credibility!

No wonder that every website owner wants to attract more visitors to the site. Be it a webmaster or the owner of a large business everyone wants to outdo competitors and get their site ranked in the top. Of course, there is no exact formula for doing it. However, there are some factors that can significantly increase the trust of your site.   Following are the top 13 factors that can have a significant impact on your website’s rank in search engines. Let’s consider them one by one. 1. Domain na...
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Helping Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Heal

Last October 27th, 11 people were murdered in cold blood while they worshipped at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill neighborhood. It was the deadliest attack on the Jewish community in the United States and a searing reminder of how hatred of the other combined with weapons of war are a sickening reality […] The post Helping Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Heal appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: Advertising, United States, Advocacy, Rogers, Pittsburgh, Public Service, Celebrity Endorsement, Squirrel Hill, Cause-Related Marketing, Ad People, Tree of Life Synagogue


AT&T and T-Mobile Say They’ll Stop Selling User Location Data

AT&T and other telecom companies say they plan to stop selling sensitive customer location data to third parties. The decision, announced on Thursday evening, comes days after an investigation by Motherboard found how easily it can be to access location data for AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint customers. The report, which chronicled a journalist hiring a...
Tags: Advertising, Sprint, AT T T Mobile, Ad Tech & Mar Tech


Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Algorithm Updates, Knowledge Panel Hack, Consolidated Mobile First, SEO & More

This week we covered not just one but two different unconfirmed Google search algorithm updates...
Tags: Google, Seo, Search Buzz Video Round Recap


Online course provider Emeritus raises USD40 million in Series C funding - Connected to India

Online course provider Emeritus raises USD40 million in Series C funding   Connected to India A Singapore-based provider of online education, Emeritus Institute of Management, has raised USD40 million (SGD54.10 million) in a series C round led by ...
Tags: Singapore, India, Seo, Emeritus Institute of Management


The First Dumb Meme Accident of 2019 Is Here

We made it 11 days into 2019 without a meme-inspired accident, but that’s all over now. Someone has officially failed the “Bird Box Challenge.”Read more...
Tags: Science, Marketing, Netflix, Memes


Why the DNC Is Embracing Personalization in Its Email Marketing Strategy

Of all the factors credited for the so-called blue wave of Democratic legislators elected to the House of Representatives in November, there's one that doesn't seem to be on many people's radar: personalized emails. But talk to the Democratic National Committee, and they'll say the party's success during the 2018 midterms--which saw a net gain...
Tags: General, Advertising, Dnc, House Of Representatives, Democratic National Committee


What Marketers Can Learn From CES’ Voice Tech Hits and Misses

As expected, there was a ton of buzz about voice tech at CES this year, thanks to toilets, shower heads and trash cans you can talk to. There was even a robot that, if asked, pours you a beer. It's all about the smart home of the future, which will be reliant on AI. And...
Tags: Advertising, Ces, Voice



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