How to navigate the process of recruiting an AdWords consultant

Life as a business owner has a way of oscillating between excitement and motivation, to stress and even… The post How to navigate the process of recruiting an AdWords consultant appeared first on Gadget Advisor.
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Rocket Lab Becomes Second Company After SpaceX To Launch and Land Orbital Rocket

Thelasko shares a report from Forbes: In a major milestone, the New Zealand-based launch company Rocket Lab has successfully recovered an orbital-class rocket after parachuting it back to Earth from near-space -- only the second company in history ever to do so. Yesterday, Thursday, November 20 at 9.20 P.M. Eastern Time, the company's two-stage Electron rocket lifted off from the company's launch site on the Mahia Peninsula on New Zealand's North Island. Named 'Return to Sender', the mission l...
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Apple promises Xbox Series X/S controller support in a future update

The Bluetooth Low energy controller that comes with new Xboxes doesn't work with your Mac or iPhone, yet. An update is on the way to fix that,
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Apple Onion Rosemary Jam - Toast Topper #90

Apple Onion Rosemary Jam is sweet, sour, savoury and an excellent condiment alongside cheese and crackers or topping roast beef. No pectin and very little sugar needed - it all comes from the produce!     Are you a condiment person? I, for one, was always a huge fan of spicy, tangy accompaniments to a traditional Sunday roast dinner, and if I was at a party with a platter of cheese and relishes - heaven! My mom is also a fan of sweet-sour-savoury condiments, especially thing...
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UCLA, UC Riverside test smartphone technology to warn users of coronavirus exposure

University of California students and staff are working to contain the coronavirus pandemic with their smartphones. The California Department of Public Health, Department of Technology and UC are pilot-testing technology that uses smartphones to identify and notify users of exposure to the virus that causes COVID-19. UC Riverside and UCLA are among the campuses in the trial. UC Riverside Chief Medical Officer Dr. Andres Gonzalez, who is overseeing a trial of a coronavirus contact tracing sma...
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Rashida Jones Seeks Fatherly Advice at New York’s Landmark Bemelmans Bar in ‘On the Rocks’

Hollywood seems to be in a very New York state of mind lately considering the many recently-released productions showcasing the Big Apple, including “Dash & Lily,” “The Undoing,” and “On the Rocks.” The latter, Sofia Coppola’s latest streaming venture with Apple TV+ and A24, follows Laura (Rashida Jones), a melancholy author who, suspecting her husband […]
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Tech Organizations Back 'Inclusive Naming Initiative'

New submitter LeeLynx shares a report from The Register: A new group called the "Inclusive Naming Initiative" has revealed its existence and mission "to help companies and projects remove all harmful and unclear language of any kind and replace it with an agreed-upon set of neutral terms." Akamai, Cisco, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, IBM, the Linux Foundation, Red Hat, and VMware are all participants. The group has already offered a Word replacement list that suggests alternatives to th...
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Tesla Model 3 Crash Hurls Battery Cells Into Nearby Home

According to a facebook post from the police department of Corvallis, Oregon, a Tesla Model 3 crashed at over 100mph, causing batteries from the Tesla to enter two different residences by breaking through the windows, one landing on a person's lap and the second landing on a bed, catching the bedding on fire. "A tire was ripped from the car during the collision and struck the second story siding of a nearby apartment complex with such force that it ruptured the water pipes within the wall, destr...
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Building Trust Capital For Business And Brands

To succeed in today’s unpredictable brand-business environment, organizations must build Trust Capital. In general, most businesses focus on three forms of organizational wealth: Financial Capital, Intellectual Capital and Human Capital. However, there is a critical fourth component: Trust Capital. Financial Capital is the money used by a brand-business to buy what it needs to make its products. It is also the money used to provide its services to the sector of the economy on which its oper...
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Weekend reading: Terror of Tesla

What caught my eye this week. A las my co-blogger The Accumulator is too recumbent passive to bother with anything so energetic as sorting through the several hundred spam emails we get to Monevator each week in order to dig out reader messages. That means the readers who asked for our thoughts on the upcoming inclusion of $470bn electric car maker Tesla into the S&P 500 don’t get his comfy and sanguine words. Instead they get my snark. Let me first stress then that we’re flattered when anyone...
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Daily Crunch: Roblox is going public

Roblox opens its books, Snap makes an acquisition and Pfizer and BioNTech seek regulatory approval for their vaccine. This your Daily Crunch for November 20, 2020. The big story: Roblox is going public The child-friendly gaming company filed confidentially to go public in October, but it only published its S-1 document with financial information late yesterday. How do the numbers look? Well, Roblox is certainly growing quickly — total revenue increased 56% in 2019, and then another 68% in t...
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GeForce Now Beta Hits iOS via Safari (tom's hardware)

Nvidia’s working around Apple’s strict cloud streaming app rules by making GeForce Now playable through the iOS version Safari.
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How to create a Google Site and easily publish your own custom website

Google Sites makes it easy to create your own website. Westend61/Getty Images You can create a Google Site for personal or business use simply by heading to the Google Sites website. When you create your Google Site, you'll be offered templates to help you bring your site to life, even if you lack web-building skills. Before you publish the Google Site, you'll be asked to choose its URL, or input a URL that you already own. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. ...
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Flash Animations Live Forever At the Internet Archive

The Internet Archive is now emulating Flash animations, games and toys in our software collection. Jason Scott writes in a blog post: Utilizing an in-development Flash emulator called Ruffle, we have added Flash support to the Internet Archive's Emularity system, letting a subset of Flash items play in the browser as if you had a Flash plugin installed. While Ruffle's compatibility with Flash is less than 100%, it will play a very large portion of historical Flash animation in the browser, at bo...
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Festival Pass: Get ready for drive-in concerts with some very beachy vibes

Festival Pass is a newsletter that lands in your inbox weekly. But during prime festival season you get bonus editions, too! Subscribe now. Wynonna Judd, Kix Brooks, Sara Evans, RaeLynn. That sounds like a Stagecoach lineup, right? While I think I’ve seen those artists perform out in Indio over the years, they’re actually all cast members of “A Nashville Christmas Carol,” which premieres on the Hallmark Channel this weekend. Here’s the thing — I LOVE Hallmark Christmas movies. I know they’re fo...
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The Trump Admin Is Refusing to Give Full Cybersecurity Support to Biden's Transition Team

President-elect Joe Biden’s transition team is using a “standard, paid Google workspace network” with only limited support from the federal government thanks to Donald Trump’s refusal to concede the 2020 elections and efforts to hobble the inbound Democratic administration, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.Read more...
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The US Could Soon Ban the Selling of Carrier-Locked Phones

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Wired: In the U.S., a complicated combination of corporate interests and pre-smartphone era legislation has resulted in more than two decades of back and forth about the legality of phone locking. It's looking like that battle could ramp up again next year. The transition to a Biden administration could shake up the regulatory body that governs these rules. The timing also coincides with a congressional proceeding that takes place every three years to det...
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‘Earth At Night In Color’ Trailer: Apple TV+ Brings You Some Nocturnal Animals

With Earth At Night In Color, narrator Tom Hiddleston guides viewers through a 12-part series that “uses cutting-edge camera technology to capture animals’ nocturnal lives, revealing new behaviors filmed in full color like never before.” It’s kind of like Planet Earth After Dark, if you will. It’s part of a series of documentary series that Apple TV+ is releasing in the next two months. Watch the Earth At Night In Color trailer below. Earth At Night In Color Trailer If you’ve ever wante...
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'Fake Google reviews are damaging my business'

Google says it monitors posts for violations 24 hours a day and complies with all local laws.
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How to reset your Ring doorbell or remove it from your account

It's easy to reset your Ring doorbell from the device itself or the Ring mobile app. Ring You can reset your Ring doorbell using a button found on the device itself, if it's experiencing bugs like bad Wi-Fi connectivity or lack of night vision.  You can also reset the registration of the doorbell, if you want to give it away or sell it, using the Ring app. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. The Ring doorbell has revolutionized the way people see home secu...
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Xbox Series X controller support is coming to Apple devices in future update

Apple says its currently working with Microsoft to bring Xbox Series X controller support to its devices.
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Manchester United hit by 'sophisticated' cyber attack but say fan data is safe

Club ‘shut down affected systems’ in response to hackingUnited ‘not currently aware of any breach of personal data’Manchester United have been hit by a cyber attack on their systems but say they are not “currently aware of any breach of personal data associated with our fans and customers”.The club, who host West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford on Saturday, confirmed the hacking on Friday evening and said all systems needed for the match remained secure. Continue reading...
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New Sling TV subscribers can now receive 2 months for the price of one — here's how to sign up

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Alyssa Powell/Business Insider Sling TV is one of the most affordable live TV streaming services on the market with two straightforward plans and one combo package.For a limited time, the service is offering a "buy one month, get one month free" Black Friday deal for new members.Sling Orange and Sling Blue each cost $30 a month, and you can combine the two for $45 a month.If you prepay for one mont...
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Extra Crunch roundup: A fistful of IPOs, Affirm’s Peloton problem, Zoom Apps and more

DoorDash, Affirm, Roblox, Airbnb, and Wish all filed to go public in recent days, which means some venture capitalists are having the best week of their lives. Tech companies that go public capture our imagination because they are literal happy endings. An Initial Public Offering is the promised land for startup pilgrims who may wander the desert for years seeking product-market fit. After all, the “I” in “ISO” stands for “incentive.” A flurry of new S-1s in a single week forced me to r...
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US Emissions To Drop 9% In 2020, Putting Country Back On Track For Paris Commitment

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Greentech Media: The U.S. economy is on track to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 9 percent in 2020 compared to 2019, BloombergNEF reported Thursday. It's a sign of the impact that COVID-19 shutdowns and the ensuing recession have had on life in the U.S. When workers stayed home and the streets emptied out, it reduced emissions from transportation, which accounted for the largest decline at 4 percent of economywide emissions. The power sector drove another...
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Apple Watch Series 6 Dari $ 329,98 di (Biasanya $ 399) + Gratis Pengiriman Untuk Anggota Plus

Klub Sam adalah tempatnya untuk penawaran Apple Watch! Untuk waktu terbatas, kunjungi Sam’s Club di mana anggotanya dapat menghemat hingga $ 109 untuk Apple Watch Series 6. Harga mulai dari $ 329,98 (biasanya $ 398,98)!Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
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What is a trackpad? Here's what you need to know about your computer's built-in mouse

Trackpads or touchpads help you navigate programs on your laptop like a traditional mouse. Ye Naiquan /EyeEm/Getty Images You can use a trackpad — also known as a touchpad or glide pad — to click, scroll, zoom in and out, switch between tabs, and more on your computer. Trackpads are commonly found on laptops, but they can also be used with desktops in place of a mouse. Your trackpad type and capabilities will be dependent on the kind of desktop or laptop device you have, such as a Mac or W...
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Disney (Disney!) Accused Of Trying To Lawyer Its Way Out Of Paying Royalties To Alan Dean Foster

Company claims it purchased the rights but not the obligations to acquired IP. What?
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IBM Apologizes For Firing Computer Pioneer For Being Transgender... 52 Years Later

On August 29, 1968, IBM's CEO fired computer scientist and transgender pioneer Lynn Conway to avoid the public embarrassment of employing a transwoman. Nearly 52 years later, in an act that defines its present-day culture, IBM is apologizing and seeking forgiveness. Jeremy Alicandri writes via Forbes reports: On January 2, 1938, Lynn Conway's life began in Mount Vernon, NY. With a reported IQ of 155, Conway was an exceptional and inquisitive child who loved math and science during her teens. She...
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