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U.K. Doctors Call for Caution in Children’s Use of Screens and Social Media

Britain’s chief medical officers declined to recommend specific age or time limits, but saw associations between social media use and mental health problems.
Tags: News, Social Media, Britain, Great Britain, Children and Childhood, Cyberharassment, Silicon Valley (Calif, Mental Health and Disorders


That German-French Deal to "Rescue" the EU Copyright Directive? Everyone Hates It. EVERYONE. - EFF

That German-French Deal to "Rescue" the EU Copyright Directive? Everyone Hates It. EVERYONE.   EFF This week started with a terrifying bang, when German and French negotiators announced a deal to revive the worst parts of the new EU Copyright Directive ...
Tags: Seo, Eu


Daily Search Forum Recap: February 7, 2019

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


It’s Not Over Until the Whistle Blows: Is It Too Late to Invest in Stocks When You’re Older?

If you think you can invest $100 in stocks and make $100,000 when you are older, then it might be too late but in a regular stock index fund, you can make 8% or even more interest on a yearly basis. The stock market will not run off and leave you behind. If you can wait to buy a stock that is worth investing in and at the right price, then you are never too late to invest in a stock. Determine your time-frame for drawing down on funds If you are in your 20s or 30s, you may keep up to 80% of yo...
Tags: Marketing, Investing, Ira, Entrust Group


Google’s Gary Illyes Explains How RankBrain Works by @MattGSouthern

Google's Gary Illyes has provided a matter-of-fact explanation of how the RankBrain algorithm works.The post Google’s Gary Illyes Explains How RankBrain Works by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: Google, News, Seo, Gary Illyes


Gay dating app Jack'd stored users' private images and data on unsecured AWS server

The gay dating app Jack'd, which has more than a million downloads in the Play store, stored images that users marked 'private' and posted in 1:1 chat sessions *on an unsecured AWS server.* The site is HTTP-accessible. Ars Technica first posted the story, and confirmed after publication, with testing, that the private image leak in Jack'd has been closed. “A full check of the new app is still in progress.” Excerpt: Jack'd, a "gay dating and chat" application with more than 1 million downloa...
Tags: Google, Google Play, Security, Post, Technology, News, Privacy, Sex, Lgbt, Social Media, Ars Technica, Gay, Jack, Oliver Hough, Dick Pics Galore, Jackd


Facebook and Instagram Made Changes to Their Policies on Self-Harm, Suicide

Facebook and Instagram separately detailed changes they are implementing to their policies on content related to self-harm and suicide. The changes were in part a reaction to Molly Russell, the British teen who took her own life in 2017 at the age of 14. The tragedy has returned to the headlines due to her father's...
Tags: Facebook, Advertising, Social Pro Daily, Molly Russell, Instagram Made Changes


How to use Instagram collections like a makeshift Pinterest

Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, tricks, guides, and advice on how to get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. Show of hands: how often do you use that button on Instagram that looks like a bookmark? If you don’t already use it, you should. With collections, you basically save any Instagram post into a Pinterest-style board with the theme of your choice. You can save your favorite pics, tasty recipes, fashion looks, or goofy stuff your friends post. Unlike Stories or ...
Tags: Startups, Social Media


Facebook Fights Back Against Myth That News Feed is Limited to 26 Friends by @MattGSouthern

Facebook has come out swinging against those perpetuating a myth that its news feed displays a limited amount of content.The post Facebook Fights Back Against Myth That News Feed is Limited to 26 Friends by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: Facebook, News, Social Media, Seo


Why Ads.txt Alone Isn’t a Silver Bullet to Cure Ad Fraud

Earlier today, measurement provider DoubleVerify announced it has uncovered a new bot network that perpetrates fraud by circumventing ads.txt protections, an IAB-sanctioned protocol aimed at reducing domain spoofing that was unveiled two years ago. The botnet carries out a sophisticated, unique type of fraud that scrapes content from premium publishers' websites and creates falsified copies...
Tags: Advertising, Iab, Programmatic, Doubleverify


Copyright Holders Still Don't Support EU's Already Awful Upload Filter Proposal; Demand It Be Made Worse - Techdirt

Copyright Holders Still Don't Support EU's Already Awful Upload Filter Proposal; Demand It Be Made Worse   Techdirt As we discussed, over the weekend, France and Germany agreed to a deal to get the EU Copyright Directive moving forward again, specifically around Article ...
Tags: France, Germany, Seo, Eu


E-book Market 2019 Analysis and Precise Outlook – Amazon, Apple, McGraw Hill, Sybex, Beacon Press, Adobe Press - Market Reports

E-book Market 2019 Analysis and Precise Outlook – Amazon, Apple, McGraw Hill, Sybex, Beacon Press, Adobe Press   Market Reports The report presents an in-depth assessment of the E-book including enabling technologies, key trends, market drivers, challenges, standardization, regulatory ...
Tags: Seo, Amazon Apple McGraw Hill Sybex


WATCH: What’s the one thing that changed Ryan Serhant’s life?

Watch as Ryan Serhant, of "Million Dollar Listing New York" fame, gives the Inman Connect New York audience the low-down on how to survive — and thrive — by going back to some of the basics he used as an actor-turned-agent at the beginning of his career. 
Tags: Productivity, Video, New York, Marketing, Radio, Agent, Inman Connect New York, Select, ICNY, Million Dollar Listing New York, Ryan Serhant, Million Dollar Listing, Katie Kossev


German media distortions: The Relotios Case and Israel - Arutz Sheva

German media distortions: The Relotios Case and Israel   Arutz Sheva The Relotius case, although shocking and important, is miniscule in comparison to the bigger picture of false media reporting.
Tags: Israel, Seo, Israel Arutz Sheva


German media distortions: The Relotius Case and Israel - Arutz Sheva

German media distortions: The Relotius Case and Israel   Arutz Sheva The Relotius case, although shocking and important, is miniscule in comparison to the bigger picture of false media reporting.
Tags: Israel, Seo, Israel Arutz Sheva, Arutz Sheva The Relotius


Kroger Expands Home Chef Meal Kits Nationwide

Kroger announced today the introduction of retail Home Chef meal kits to new cities, bringing the weekly rotating meal solution to 500 additional Kroger Family of Stores across the country. Kroger acquired Home Chef for $200 million in the spring of 2018. The retailer has launched a customizable meal kit feature for online orders on homechef.com, allowing customers to have more flexibility in deciding what’s for dinner by providing the choice to change and upgrade recipe ingredients. The featur...
Tags: Featured, California, Washington, Oregon, Arizona, Wisconsin, Smith, Branding, Kroger, Fred Meyer, Ralphs, QFC, Kroger Family of Stores, Indiana Kroger, Robert Clark Kroger, Vihtelic


Instagram and Facebook will start censoring ‘graphic images’ of self-harm

In light of a recent tragedy, Instagram is updating the way it handles pictures depicting self-harm. Instagram and Facebook announced changes to their policies around content depicting cutting and other forms of self harm in dual blog posts Thursday. The changes comes about in light of the 2017 suicide of a 14 year old girl named Molly Russell, a UK resident who took her own life in 2017. Following her death, her family discovered that Russell was engaged with accounts that depicted and promoted...
Tags: Social, Startups, TC, Facebook, UK, Instagram, Social Media, Mental Health, Self Harm, United Kingdom, Russell, Online Communities, Suicide Prevention, Adam Mosseri, Mosseri, Molly Russell


Using Behavioral Science To Refresh Your Brand

Brand identity is an important component of a marketer’s brand strategy. It is the vehicle by which marketers grow distinctive brands by building: Mental availability to create recall in advertising; and Physical availability to make it easy for consumers to identify brands in buying situations. Yet marketers face an important and ongoing tension of: Evolving their brands to be more relevant to consumers and their changing needs; with Staying familiar enough to trigger and reinforce existi...
Tags: Mastercard, Branding, Brand Identity, Raja Rajamannar, Steve Oleski, CMO Network Mastercard


Germany Clamps Down on Facebook’s Practice of Combining User Data From Multiple Sources

The Bundeskartellamt, Germany's federal cartel office, issued a ruling today aimed at severely curtailing Facebook's practice of combining user data from multiple sources, both inside and outside of the social network's family of applications. Today's ruling is the culmination of an investigation that began in March 2016. Facebook has 30 days to appeal the decision...
Tags: Facebook, Germany, Advertising, Publishers & Platforms


Would the Pain-Capable Unborn Children Protection Act Be Constitutional?

In November, a Federal District Court in Michigan held the Prohibition of Female Genital Mutilation Act of 1995 unconstitutional. The Court reasoned, in essence, that the Supreme Court's decisions in Lopez and Morrison meant that this sort of local activity could not be regulated by Congress pursuant to the Commerce Clause or any other enumerated power. This was true even though the case involved a prosecution of doctors who were paid to do the procedure by a family. While states were free to ba...
Tags: Supreme Court, Congress, Court, Michigan, Fgm, Branding, Morrison, District Court, Lopez, Federal District Court, Gerard N Magliocca


"Ok then. My day has started. I just need to go read the article on the Delta airline napkin thing and I'll get out of bed."

That's the top-rated comment on "A Florida politician allegedly made a habit of licking men’s faces. She has now resigned" (WaPo).I had not noticed "the Delta airline napkin thing," but I looked it up. Here" "Delta nudged passengers to slip their number to their ‘plane crush’ on napkins. Now the airline is sorry." (WaPo).Falling in love on an airplane is the kind of story you only ever hear in a bar or see in a Lifetime movie. But for a brief time this winter, Delta Air Lines wanted to help pass...
Tags: Florida, Law, Advertising, Delta, Gestures, Delta Air Lines, Saliva, Ann Althouse, Creepiness, WaPo Falling


“Savvy” Looks at Society’s Fakeness, and Advertising Looks Good In Comparison

I think we’re living in a precarious age. Nothing in the modern media is what It appears to be. We’re surrounded by stories, personalities, and corporate entities that simply operate by the maxim that “the end justifies the means.” Especially if that means outright deception. Shiv Singh and Rohini Luthra, Ph.D. take a closer look […] The post “Savvy” Looks at Society’s Fakeness, and Advertising Looks Good In Comparison appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: Uncategorized, Advertising, Society, Shiv Singh, Rohini Luthra


[Infographic] The Hero Conf Philadelphia Agenda

Hero Conf Philadelphia is about 2 months away and it is jam-packed full of awesome and actionable sessions. For a full-view on what you can expect, here's an easy-to-read infographic with the sessions segmented out by topic. Read more at PPCHero.com
Tags: Seo, Philadelphia, Hero Conf, Hero Conf Philadelphia Agenda


Facebook Introduces New Ways for Businesses to Communicate with Customers by @MattGSouthern

Facebook will soon be rolling out two new ways for businesses to communicate with customers via messaging and groups.The post Facebook Introduces New Ways for Businesses to Communicate with Customers by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: Facebook, News, Instagram, Social Media, Seo, Facebook Introduces New Ways for Businesses


5 factors that helped these readers successfully boost their salary over $5,000

There’s a lot at stake when you walk through your boss’s door to start the “talk.” You know the one: negotiating more money. That single conversation is too important for you to just blindly walk in and hope that it all works out. That’s like blindfolding yourself and then trying to shoot a free throw … with Shaquille O’Neal standing in front of you — likely not gonna happen! But do it right, and a successful negotiation of, say, $5,000 on top of your salary can add up to an extra $68,000 over ...
Tags: Career, Time, Marketing, Linkedin, Cnbc, Ramit Sethi, Jedi, Shaquille O'Neal, Ramit, IWT, Glassdoor PayScale, CNBC Doing


Google Search Ranking Algorithm Update Happening Today?

I am seeing some early signs that there is a Google search ranking algorithm update happening today. Most of the signs are coming out of the UK, because maybe they have had time to process the changes. Are you noticing changes as of this morning with your Google rankings and organic search traffic?
Tags: Google, UK, Seo, Google Search Algorithm Updates


Google Search Console Performance Report Now Shows Consolidation Data

Google announced pretty big news for most of the readers here related to the performance report in Google Search Console. Starting the end of next month, the data in the performance report will be based on the canonical URL, which means the AMP, mobile, etc will all be counted towards the main URL's data in the performance report.
Tags: Google, Seo, AMP, Google Search Engine Optimization


Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Pop Bar’s Sweet Treats! Hurry to Get This Limited Edition trewat

  PopBar specializes in all natural, handcrafted, customizable gelato on a stick. PopBar’s menu is chock full of great sweet treats from popbars, popwiches, popbites, mini pops, and lots more. They have an array of flavors that blows me away.   For Valentine’s Day, PopBar is releasing a Chocolate Covered Strawberry Gelato Shake.     […]
Tags: Seo, Valentine, Popbar


Sarah Silverman Details Uncomfortable Mammogram With Arrogant Doctor

Sarah Silverman attends the 2018 Writers Guild Awards L.A. Ceremony at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on February 11, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California. David Crotty/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images Speaking here truth. Sarah Silverman opened up about her uncomfortable mammogram appointment in an emotional Instagram post. Stars Who Have Bared Their Souls About Their Struggles The comedian, 48, detailed her experience with a seemingly unprofessional radiologist while she was having ...
Tags: Hollywood, Religion, Social Media, Elizabeth Banks, Sarah Silverman, US Weekly, X Ray, Beverly Hills California, Silverman, Beverly Hilton Hotel, Busy Philipps, Beth Behrs, MUSIC CELEBS, David Crotty Patrick McMullan, Getty Images Speaking


The Chris Voss Show Podcast 265 – Tech News, Periscope, Twitter, Facebook, Snap

Tech News, Periscope, Twitter, Facebook, Snap SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NETWORK OF DIFFERENT PODCAST SHOWS ON THE CVPN – The Chris Voss Show Networks! bit.ly/2CUy2iz
Tags: Podcast, Seo, Chris Voss, Tech News Periscope Twitter Facebook Snap



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