Google is again being accused of favoring its own properties in search results, this time by the Competition Commission of India. According to a report in The Economic Times, the Commission is accusing Google of ranking its own websites ahead of more deserving competitors India’s Competition Commission also takes issue with the fact that Google’s paid listing appear ahead of organic listings. However, that complaint doesn’t hold as much ground since that’s more of a complaint against the principles of advertising. In addition to the Competition Commission of India, companies like Microsoft, Facebook, and Nokia’s maps division have also filed […]
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Facebook's carousel ad format lets advertisers showcase multiple images and links in one ad. When comparing carousel ads to standard link ads, advertisers saw a 30-50% decrease in cost per acquisition and a 20-30% decrease in cost per click.
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Join the SEJ Think Tank on July 15th for a presentation by Stoney deGeyter, CEO of Pole Marketing, about how to build the optimal mobile site. According to Stoney, it all starts with building a site users will love.
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Want to see what other books SEJ has covered? Read our other reviews in the SEJ Book Club archive. When I say that FHWW changed my life, I’m not being hyperbolic. Before I read it, I was stuck and unknowingly miserable in my salaried job at an agency that was so Old Boys’ Club, they took clients to strip clubs. FHWW made me realize that it’s okay to not like where you work. Then, it takes a step further by giving you the inspiration to actually do it. One of the main tenets of FHWW is that it convinces you that not only […]
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Summer is winding down and, as usual, there were a variety of big social media updates. Instagram made one of its greatest enhancements yet, while Facebook hit a monumental milestone with its first day recording one billion daily active users.
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