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Trump trashes Tillerson for saying Putin outfoxed him -

Trump trashes Tillerson for saying Putin outfoxed him US president calls his former secretary of state 'dumb as a rock.'
Tags: Putin, US, Seo, Trump, Tillerson

Intermittent Fasting – Microsoft Warning About Patches – Israel Responded To Hacking By Bombing: AS HEARD ON WGAN: [05-22-19]: AS HEARD ON -The WGAN Morning News

Intermittent Fasting – Microsoft Warning About Patches – Israel Responded To Hacking By Bombing: AS HEARD ON WGAN: [05-22-19] document.createElement('audio'); DOWNLOAD TRANSCRIPT...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Cook, Microsoft, Kentucky, Israel, US, Samsung, Sem, Intel, UPS, Cambridge, Hamas, Jeff Bezos, Fasting, University of Toronto

20 Surprising Social Media Statistics from Social Media Examiner’s 2019 Industry Report

Our friends at Social Media Examiner have released their annual survey on the state of the social media marketing industry, and as always, it provides some fascinating looks into how social media marketers are thinking about social media trends and techniques. You should download and read the entire report — it’s free — and you can get a copy here. Meanwhile, these are the key  statistics that stood out for me in this 2019 edition of the Social Media Marketing Industry Report. First, a couple n...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Youtube, US, Seo, Linkedin, Social Media Marketing, Snapchat, Facebook Messenger, Social Media Examiner, Edison Research, Social Media Research, Social Media Consulting, Social Media Marketing Industry Report First

The changing nature of social: why brands need to consider messaging platforms

Little Black Book recently published this article by our co-Founder and CEO for Italy and Spain, Stefano Maggi examining why brands must take note of ‘dark social’ and the growth of private messaging apps, and what they need to consider in order to get it right. They’ve been kind enough to let us reproduce it below. Up until recently, the news feed represented the main way for people to talk and discover new content on social platforms. But now the experience on social channels is also increasin...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, UK, Instagram, US, Social Media, Seo, Adidas, Spain, Facebook Messenger, Italy, Messaging Apps, Zuckerberg, Thought Leadership, Consumer Behaviour, Little Black Book

Wednesday Roundup: Digital Realty,, DE-CIX

Three bits of data center and interconnection news, two from the US and one from south Asia: ... [visit site to read more]
Tags: Asia, Advertising, US, Artificial Intelligence, Datacenter, Interconnection, Digital Realty Prov

Dangers Of Medical Equipment – Why Huawei Is In Trouble: AS HE Read more at

Dangers Of Medical Equipment – Why Huawei Is In Trouble: DOWNLOAD TRANSCRIPT Subscribe to iTunes On This Episode… ...
Tags: Apple, Google, UK, China, US, Samsung, Sem, Alaska, Huawei, Richard, Craig, Eastern Europe, Trump, Don, Jim, HIPAA

New Role: Don’t Panic Search Awards Ambassador

Dixon Jones | I am delighted to be able to report that I have a new official role as the Ambassador for the brand behind the Search Awards in the UK, EU and US, The Search Awards make the industry a much better place to do business and I have been mightily impressed […] The post New Role: Don’t Panic Search Awards Ambassador appeared first on Dixon Jones.
Tags: US, Seo, Personal, Commentary, UK EU, Host, DIXON JONES, Little Victories, SEO and Internet Marketing Presentations, Search Awards

Google to ban Huawei’s access to Android

This article was authored by Dylan Bushell-Embling, and was originally posted on Huawei's consumer business been dealt a potentially devastating blow to its future prospects after US president Donald Trump formally added the vendor to a list of companies that American companies cannot trade with if they don't obtain a license. ... [visit site to read more]
Tags: Google, Advertising, US, Wireless, Donald Trump, Huawei, Government Regulations, Other Posts, Dylan Bushell Embling

Facebook still a great place to amplify pre-election junk news, EU study finds

A study carried out by academics at Oxford University to investigate how junk news is being shared on social media in Europe ahead of regional elections this month has found individual stories shared on Facebook’s platform can still hugely outperform the most important and professionally produced news stories, drawing as much as 4x the volume of Facebook shares, likes, and comments. The study, conducted for the Oxford Internet Institute’s (OII) Computational Propaganda Project, is intended to...
Tags: Security, Social, Facebook, Twitter, Europe, Isis, Sweden, Vladimir Putin, France, Germany, US, Social Media, Tech, Eu, European Union, Digital Media

5% Cash Back Cards: Gas Stations, Grocery Stores, Restaurants – April thru June 2019

[Updated May 2019: Discover added Paypal to its 5% list for July-September, and added Target (in-store and online) and (online only) to it’s 5% list for October-December.] The credit cards below offer up to 5% cash back on specific categories that rotate each quarter. It takes a little extra attention, but it can add up to $100+ in additional rewards per year without changing your spending habits. You can also buy gift cards with the 5% back now but spend the gift cards later. Ne...
Tags: Amazon, Credit Cards, Marketing, US, Walmart, Paypal, Don, Chase Sapphire Preferred, Wal, Deals & Offers, Chase Sapphire Reserve, American Express Blue Cash Preferred Card, U S Bank Cash Visa Signature Card, Citi Double Cash Card Review Flat, Bank of America Merrill, U S Bank Cash Visa

50% of Small Businesses Do Not Have a Marketing Plan via @MattGSouthern

A new study on small business owners in the US finds that many are operating without a marketing plan.The post 50% of Small Businesses Do Not Have a Marketing Plan via @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: News, US, Seo, Marketing Analytics

Shopping Campaigns with Partners is the Biggest Google Update to Compete with Amazon

Last week, Google rebranded its Google Express platform as Google Shopping and announced several updates to where and how Express-powered transactional listings could show, including expanding Shopping Actions to image search and YouTube. The response to these updates was largely the same as when Google Shopping Actions were first announced back in – that Google is looking to minimize friction in purchasing directly on Google properties with an eye towards directly competing with Amazon. That...
Tags: Google, Amazon, US, Sem, Ppc, Google Shopping, Amazon Google, Google Express, Estee Lauder Companies, Merkle US

“Vanillacide” Defined

From the book “Shoot the Puppy: A Survival Guide to the Curious Jargon of Modern Life“, by linguist Tony Thorne, Head of the Language Centre at Kings College London:Vanillacide Meaning: how radical concepts are destroyed by too much consultationI first heard this bizword when I shared a microphone recently with a Californian, Steve Manning. The occasion was a BBC radio discussion of the ongoing craze for re-branding companies, something Steve, boss of the US naming agency, Igor (as in the doctor...
Tags: Uncategorized, US, Bbc, Steve, Branding, Igor, Steve Manning, Tony Thorne, Language Centre at Kings College London, Mel Brooks Young Frankenstein

White House Cracks Down On Huawei Equipment Sales With Executive Order

White House Cracks Down On Huawei Equipment Sales With Executive Order After months of speculation, President Trump has signed an executive order giving the federal government the power to block US companies from buying foreign-made telecommunications equipment deemed a national se...
Tags: Security, White House, China, US, Sem, Fbi, Huawei, Radio Show, Trump, China Government

The One Club for Creativity Opens Call for Entries For Global Young Guns 17

The One Club for Creativity, the world's foremost non-profit organization recognizing creative excellence in advertising and design, has opened the call for entries for Young Guns 17, celebrating international creative professionals age 30 or younger.Young Guns is the industry’s only global, cross-disciplinary, portfolio-based awards competition that identifies and celebrates today’s vanguard of young creatives. The renowned competitions regularly attract entries from upwards of 70 countries, wi...
Tags: New York, Featured, New York City, Advertising, US, Barcelona, Art and design, James Victore, Mike Mills, Young Guns, Christoph Niemann, Jessica Walsh, Stefan Sagmeister, Kevin Swanepoel, One Club, Menno Kluin

Weekend reading: Get your questions in for Lars Kroijer

What caught my eye this week. A few of you have been asking what happened to our pal Lars Kroijer? And it’s true, there was a time when you couldn’t turn to Monevator without tripping over another great article by the ex-hedge fund manager turned index investing ultra. Well, I’m pleased to report that Lars is well and so are sales of Investing Demystified. However there are only so many ways you can urge people to buy a global index tracker (tell us about it!) and I get the sense he’s enjoyin...
Tags: Google, Marketing, US, Bitcoin, Denmark, Boris Johnson, Donald Trump, Cnbc, Brexit, Seth Godin, Peter, Morningstar, Vanguard, Cal Newport, Ratesetter, BBC Labour

Security Breach Suffered By Credit Bureau Equifax Has Cost Them $1.4+ Billion

Security Breach Suffered By Credit Bureau Equifax Has Cost Them $1.4+ Billion In 2017 Equifax confirmed it has suffered a massive data breach, cyber criminals stole sensitive personal records of 145 million belonging to US citizens and hundreds of thousands Canada and in the UK. ...
Tags: Security, UK, US, Sem, Canada, Jakarta, Radio Show, Reuters, Equifax, Security Breach, Attacker, Credit Bureau Equifax Has Cost Them

Opinion: The (misguided) push for a digital advertising tax

We’re in the season of full-blown economic madness. No, not that madness. This madness: A Nobel Prize-winning economist is recommending that to save democracy, the Federal Government should tax advertising. That’s right—the preservation of democratic institutions will come not from encouraging more voter participation, not from decreasing (or increasing) the military budget, not from spending more on education and literacy—it will come from taxing advertising. We would suggest that Paul Romer,...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Advertising, US, America, Pandora, New York Times, Buffalo, Hulu, Warby Parker, Boston Globe, Romer, Anthony Morganti, Paul Romer, Lawrence R Klein, Deloitte Taj

Everybody’s talking about: TikTok

What are the digital and social media trends that everybody’s talking about? At the moment, you can’t get away from TikTok – but is it a fad or here to stay? Our Senior Strategist Zanna Wharfe explores the booming short-form mobile video platform. What is TikTok and who is using it? If Instagram turned everyone into a photographer, TikTok wants to turn everyone into a videographer. Essentially, if Vine had a lovechild with Snapchat, you might be close. And with around 500m users on the platform,...
Tags: Europe, Video, UK, Instagram, India, Digital, US, Social Media, Seo, Vine, Coca Cola, Tiktok, Zanna Wharfe, Everybody's talking about

SEO 2019: 7 Changes and Opportunities Your Business Needs to Know

2019 is the year that Quality overtook Quantity as the premier deciding factor for achieving SEO success. By Marsha Kelly For years Google has been perfecting their search results algorithm to better deliver a top-value user experience for their customers, i.e. internet searchers. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning technology have allowed Google’s “Rankbrain” to dramatically improve its ability to pinpoint user intention and deliver fine-tuned search results. This means that your ...
Tags: Google, Business, US, Seo, Sales & Marketing, Tim Ferriss, Right Now, Marsha, Marsha Kelly, Artificial Intelligence AI and Machine Learning, Featured Snippets Doubled Google, Panchenko Vladimir Shutterstock

GetYourGuide picks up $484M, passes 25M tickets sold through its tourism activity app

As we swing into the summer tourist season, a company poised to capitalise on that has raised a huge round of funding. GetYourGuide — a Berlin startup that has built a popular marketplace for people to discover and book sightseeing tours, tickets for attractions and other experiences around the world — is today announcing that it has picked up $484 million, a Series E round of funding that will catapult its valuation above the $1 billion mark. The funding is a milestone for a couple of reasons. ...
Tags: Apps, Asia, Europe, Instagram, Bali, Entrepreneurship, Germany, Berlin, India, Softbank, Groupon, US, Social Media, Tech, Ceo, Economy

Trump Finds More to Ban Huawei From

One would think we'd already run out of things Huawei has been banned from in the west, but apparently not. President Trump yesterday signed an executive order that effectively excludes Huawei gear from the networks of US firms. ... [visit site to read more]
Tags: Advertising, US, Huawei, Government Regulations, Trump, Telecom Equipment


Prysmian confirms commitment to the offshore wind cable sector in North America   Milan, 16 May 2019 – Prysmian Group, world leader in the energy and telecom cable systems industry, has been awarded a contract worth approximately €200 million by Read more… The post PRYSMIAN SECURES APPROX. €200 MILLION OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY PROJECT IN THE US appeared first on Guest Post, Telecom Media & Technology News, Trends, PR |
Tags: Technology, US, Seo, Wind Energy, Prysmian Group, Guest Post Telecom Media Technology News, North America Milan

Mailbox Money in Retirement: Social Security, Pensions/Annuities, Bond Interest, and Stock Dividends

I am always curious about the nitty-gritty details of how real-world financial planners guide their clients. Krueger & Catalano has shared some unique insights on their website, including the topic of creating retirement income in How Much is Enough?: Financial Freedom occurs when multiple streams of income exceed all expenses (needs and wants), and can last until the age of 100. They call this “mailbox money” – stable sources of income that show up reliably and automatically at predictable i...
Tags: Marketing, US, Investing, Social Security, Treasury, US Treasury, AAA, Vanguard, Social Security Social Security, Social Security Pensions Annuities Bond Interest, Krueger Catalano, Social Security Smart, Municipal and Treasury, Vanguard Treasury, Individual Treasury, Mailbox Money

Tapping into dark social: what travel brands need to know

In this piece, Senior Research & Insight Director André van Loon examines why travel brands need to get up to speed with ‘dark social’ and how they can tailor online content to facilitate sharing on messaging platforms.  The rise of dark social – when people share content with each other by using private channels like WhatsApp, other messaging apps, text messages or email – continues to disrupt traditional thinking around marketing. Its growing importance means that travel businesses can no long...
Tags: Travel, UK, Advertising, Marketing, US, Social Media, Seo, Messaging Apps, Thought Leadership, Travel Marketing, Andre van Loon, Dark Social

Surplus and Deficit: Resources of Legitimation in the “Crisis of Democracy”

For the symposium on Sanford Levinson and Jack M. Balkin, Democracy and Dysfunction (University of Chicago Press, 2019). Jedediah Britton-Purdy [*] This long post sketches two thoughts prompted by time with the wide-ranging, provocative, and fecund letters that make up Democracy and Dysfunction. The first thought is that U.S. politics exhibits a surplus of claims to political authority--the right to rule. I suggest that this surplus is both a worse thing than many constitutional commentators...
Tags: Supreme Court, Congress, Senate, White House, Court, Elizabeth Warren, US, America, Barack Obama, Reagan, Gop, United States, Yale, Citizens United, House Of Representatives, Warren

The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly Of US Mobile Banking Experiences In 2019

Mobile apps have become the touchpoint of choice for millions of people to manage their finances. To find out how effectively banks are meeting customers’ expectations, Forrester regularly reviews the mobile apps of leading banking brands around the world. As part of our most recent set of reviews (in February and March of this year), […]
Tags: Marketing, US, Customer Experience, Banking, Financial Services, Chief Digital Officer, Forrester, Digital Strategy, Mobile Banking, Age Of The Customer, Digital Business, Digital Banking, Financial Advice, Mobile Strategy, Digital Experience, CMOS

U.S. Digital Ad Revenues Surpass $100 Billion Mark for the First Time, Hitting Landmark $107.5 Billion in 2018, According to IAB Internet Advertising Revenue Report

Record-Breaking Digital Marketing Spend Represents 22% Year-Over-Year Growth NEW YORK — U.S. digital advertising revenues in 2018 reached an all-time historic high of $107.5 billion—exceeding the $100 billion mark for the first time—according to the latest IAB Internet Advertising Revenue Report released by IAB and prepared by PwC US. This full-year 2018 total represents a 22 percent […] The post U.S. Digital Ad Revenues Surpass $100 Billion Mark for the First Time, Hitting Landmark $107.5 Billi...
Tags: Advertising, US, Press Releases, Interactive Advertising Bureau, Online Media, Iab, Media Buying, Ad & Media Strategies, Digital Intelligence, Digital Ad Revenues

SEO & Progressive Web Apps: Looking to the Future

Posted by tombennetPractitioners of SEO have always been mistrustful of JavaScript. This is partly based on experience; the ability of search engines to discover, crawl, and accurately index content which is heavily reliant on JavaScript has historically been poor. But it’s also habitual, born of a general wariness towards JavaScript in all its forms that isn’t based on understanding or experience. This manifests itself as dependence on traditional SEO techniques that have not been relevant for ...
Tags: Google, US, Seo, Nike, Cms, Css, Php, Google Analytics, Maria, Braun, Ben, UA, GoogleBot, KPI, PWA, Mike King

An SEO’s Guide to Writing Structured Data (JSON-LD)

Posted by briangormanhThe vocabulary is the ultimate collab. Thanks to a mutual handshake between Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, and Yandex, we have a library of fields we can use to highlight and more aptly define the information on web pages. By utilizing structured data, we provide search engines with more confidence (i.e. a better understanding of page content), as Alexis Sanders explains in this wonderful podcast. Doing so can have a number of positive effects, including eye-catching...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Organization, Virginia, US, Seo, Merkle, North Carolina, YOAST, Yoast SEO, JSON, SERP, Google Microsoft Yahoo, Joost de Valk, Alexis Sanders, Briangormanh

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