SEO itself has always been somewhat of a barrier to entry for online success.
In other words, for a new person it’s so complex that it takes a long time to understand all the little things that search engines, Google specifically, are asking for. Time, capital, and energy are necessary to rank pages on the world’s most popular search engine.
Der Deal ist beschlossen: Mehr als eine Millliarde Dollar zahlt der Internetkonzern Yahoo für den populären Blog-Anbieter Tumblr. Bereits seit Wochen war über den Kauf des Unternehmens spekuliert worden.
Anfang der Woche machten führende Webmail-Anbieter wegen gehackter Passwörter Schlagzeilen. Schuld daran sind nicht nur clevere Phishing-Tricks, sondern auch weit weniger clevere PC-Nutzer: Das häufigste Passwort ist Analysen zufolge 123456.
As you have likely already seen, Twitter began implementing a new design this week that has a major impact both on the interface and functionality of the site. The new look shares many similarities with Facebook and focuses more on improving the overall user experience while making it easier to navigate and filter through tweets.
If you did some digital marketing in 2013, what worked and what didn't? Try to look at both qualitative and quantitative data as much as possible as opposed to relying on your own personal feelings about a strategy; your favorite approach may not have been the one that connected with customers.
An overwhelming majority of marketers use landing pages as part of their marketing efforts, and research finds that these are a key feature of email programs. Emails with mobile responsive landing pages are also popular.
Ever wonder what it would look like to plot every single geotagged tweet since 2009 on a map? Twitter has done just that.
Twitter posted these maps of Europe, New York City, Tokyo and Istanbul on its blog Friday. They use billions of geotagged tweets: Every dot represents a tweet, with the brighter colors showing a higher concentration of tweets. It's pretty amazing how the mapped-out tweets clearly match with population centers, highways and the like — though perhaps that's obvious.
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