There is a new invisible giant using 5 "tricks" so the "new seo" is getting harder and harder to see and understand. This Haiku Deck and Curatti blog post is about how to see the invisible giant. How to win hearts and minds online. Why New SEO So Hard To See * Google Float & Filter Bubbles. * Social Media Marketing's Disappearing Act. * Friends of Friends Marketing. * Multi-channel Marketing. * Web's "Fabric" Like Space/Time. Adding a Curatti blog post at midnight tonight too.
Take Google Glass for a Test Run on Saturday in the South End BostInno Google wants to get the masses eager to buy the device before the official launch of Glass for consumers (though a date has yet to be determined or announced).
The ‘Place Pins’ feature of Pinterest can highly alleviate the online exposure of a business. Don’t you think it’s the right time for you to make good use of it? How, you ask? Click here to know the answers.
With the recent announcement of Google Classroom, school districts and educators across the country that are currently integrating Google Apps for Education into their classrooms are awaiting the opportunity to gain access to Google’s workflow solution. While there are currently a number of workflow solutions and approaches within Google Drive that classroom teachers can take …
Business 2 Community Social media and tech sites must be accessible to everyone TechRepublic The reason why they weren't present might be that social media companies realize that they are not very accessible, said Justin Herman, the federal...
Wall Street Journal Why Shakira is the Queen of Facebook Wall Street Journal Only Facebook's own brand page and mobile-app page have more people who have liked them. Shakira's page is known as a brand page to differentiate it from personal pages.
Google Revenue Is Clicking On YouTube, Maps Ads Investor's Business Daily For the first time, Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) gave insight into how ad clicks on its own sites, including YouTube and Maps, are outpacing growth on its ad network.
Most users know that Google routinely uses software to scan the contents of e-mails, including images, to feed its advertising and to identify malware. But many may not have been aware that the company is also scanning users' accounts looking for illegal activity -- namely, matching images in e-mails against its known database of illegal and pornographic images of children. That bit of Google policy came to light last week, when a Houston man was arrested on charges of having and promoting child pornography after Google told the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children that he had the images in his Gmail account. The tipoff, according to a report from Houston television channel KHOU, led to the man's arrest. While it's hard to argue with the outcome of this particular case, the news did raise some alarm bells among researchers at the security firm Sophos, who questioned whether Google was stepping outside its place as a company and into the role of a pseudo law enforcement agency. Chester Wisniewski, a senior security researcher at Sophos, said that Google's "proactive" decision to tip off law enforcement makes "some of us wonder if they're crossing the line." Click headline to read more--
Metro Liam Payne's Nude Instagram Selfie Will Cause One Directioners to Explode ... Bustle I'm not that surprised, but British band One Direction has once again made the Internet go wild — at least one member of that band, that is.
VentureBeat Google's $1B purchase of Twitch confirmed — joins YouTube for new video empire VentureBeat Google and Twitch declined comment. Both companies happen to be speaking at our GamesBeat 2014 event in September.
YouTube Star Hit With Copyright Suit By Music Label Law360 (subscription) Law360, New York (July 17, 2014, 7:48 PM ET) -- YouTube star Michelle Phan was sued by dance music record label Ultra Records LLC in California federal court on Wednesday for...