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  • How Jungle Creations is Winning Sponsored Video on Facebook

    In the whirlwind proliferation of publishers uploading video content to Facebook, the story of Jungle Creations stands out as particularly impressive. In just three years, the company’s social video stock now gets over 3.7 billion views per month, and as one of the world’s most-viewed media properties, its solid stable of Facebook Pages averages an extra billion views a month ...

    Carla Marshall/ ReelSEOin Social How To's- 17 readers -
  • End of an era: Amazon’s 1-click buying patent finally expires

    Get your pointer fingers ready: Amazon’s one-click buying process, patented by the Seattle-based company back in the heady days of 1999, expired on Tuesday. And retailers, which until now have either had to not use one-click buying or pay Amazon licensing fees to do so, might be looking to capitalize.

    Shareen Pathak/ Digiday- 20 readers -
  • How to conduct an SEO content audit

    Google has thrown a ton of changes at marketers over the last few years. From major algorithm updates to voice search, all of these changes follow Google’s ultimate goal of creating the best search experience for its users. The upshot is that it’s not enough to develop and optimize website content for just search engines anymore.

    Search Engine Landin SEO Content How To's- 19 readers -
  • GDPR is coming, and many U.S. ad tech firms aren’t ready

    In the lead-up to Dmexco in Cologne, Germany, which brings together the world’s ad tech decision-makers, the elephant in the room is the implementation of European Union rules on data protection that will become enforceable in less than a year. For many visiting American executives, the drumbeat of warnings could serve as a wake-up call of sorts.

    Digiday- 27 readers -
  • ‘It’s the gut of ad tech’: Inside the rise of Dmexco

    Once a well-kept secret among German media and ad tech executives, Dmexco has evolved into a sprawling monster of a trade show, the tentpole, global event in the digital marketing calendar. With just 14,200 attendees in its first year in 2009, the Cologne, Germany, event now draws more than 50,000 people from around the world and takes a sizable bite of ad tech’s marketing budget.

    Digiday- 26 readers -
  • 3 Successful Ways to Promote Your Business on Social Media

    Looking for new ways to put your brand in front of social media users? Wondering what’s working for others? It’s possible to keep your social posts focused on your brand and avoid seeming self-centered and overly promotional. In this article, you’ll discover three ways to talk about your brand on social more often without turning people off. by Aaron Orendorff on Social Media Examiner.

    Aaron Orendorff/ Social Media Examinerin Social- 25 readers -
  • Here’s Why I Won’t Connect With You on LinkedIn

    I believe that the most powerful asset to my business over the years has been the network of people I have the pleasure and honor to serve. The fact that I can interview Richard Branson or that Tony Robbins calls me and asks me to make a video with him is pretty cool, but I also cherish and treasure that I’m connected with pastors, burger makers, and an 83-year-old motivational speaker.

    Chris Brogan/ chrisbrogan.com- 23 readers -
  • 7 ways admins can help secure accounts against phishing in G Suite

    We work hard to help protect your company against phishing attacks—from using machine learning, to tailoring our detection algorithms, to building features to spot previously unseen attacks. While we block as many external attacks as we can, we continue to build and offer features designed to empower IT administrators to develop strong internal defenses against phishing.

    The Official Google Blog- 38 readers -
  • Ads.txt, created to help publishers fight fraud, isn’t being adopted by publishers

    Ads.txt is supposed to help clean up the industry’s ad fraud problem, but publishers are dragging their feet in adopting the initiative. Few publishers have adopted ads.txt because their tech teams are overcommitted to other projects, and they don’t understand how ads.txt will benefit them. Plus, some publishers want to avoid notifying ad buyers that they rely on unauthorized ...

    Digiday- 20 readers -
  • 20 of Google’s limits you may not know exist

    Google has a lot of different tools, and while they handle massive amounts of data, even Google has its limits. Here are some of the limits you may eventually run into. 1. 1,000 properties in Google Search Console Per Google’s Search Console Help documentation, “You can add up to 1,000 properties (websites or mobile apps) to your Search Console account.” 2.

    Search Engine Landin SEO Google- 22 readers -
  • Why e-commerce brands are flipping the script and opening brick-and-mortar stores

    Walking into Boll & Branch’s new New Jersey-based retail store, you would never guess that the brand’s bedding products were only available online before last week. It looks like a modern store with items on display and friendly customer associates ready to answer questions. And yet you won’t see any customers walking out with packages here.

    Digiday- 27 readers -
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