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  • Why Google Wants to Build Its Own Ad Blocker?

    The Wall Street Journal recently reported that Google plans to build its own ad blocker for Chrome, but why would Google decide to build its own ad blocker, since the company itself is an advertising company? Not surprisingly, Google won’t be blocking its own ads since those ads comply with the standards specified by the Coalition for Better Ads (CBA).

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  • Now You Can Become a Google Certified Digital Sales Representative

    This week, Google launched a certification program for sales people in digital advertising. This certification will help digital sales managers and executives to demonstrate their proficiency in online advertising and sales. In order to get the certification, you need to pass an exam assessing your proficiency in digital sales with a minimum score of 80%.

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  • How to Talk to a Developer

    An experienced project manager ideally knows how to communicate effectively with a developer. But if you’re an internet marketer or anyone who doesn’t have experience with development projects, you may find it difficult to communicate ideas and requirements to a developer. Effective communication with your developer(s) will not only help you to save time, but you’ll also have ...

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  • WordPress Tips for Non-Technical Entrepreneurs: 10 Must Knows

    WordPress is the most used blogging platform in the world. It’s simplistic and customizable nature make it easy for anyone to become a blogger. Nowadays, most businesses have a website or blog. For businesses looking to build their presence online, having a blog can significantly influence ranking and drive traffic to your website.

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  • 10 Easy Ways to Spot A Phishing Attack

    There’s a threat online that’s become all too familiar to internet security professionals. These phishing attacks, as they’re called, typically come in the form of an email that looks totally normal and genuine, with the aim of convincing the email recipient to provide personal information like passwords, credit card details and banking information.

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