Smb

In computer networking, Server Message Block (SMB), the modern dialect of which is known as Common Internet File System (CIFS, /ˈsɪfs/), operates as an application-layer network protocol mainly used for providing shared access to files, printers, serial ports, and miscellaneous communications between nodes on a network. It also provides an authenticated inter-process communication mechanism. Most usage of SMB involves computers running Microsoft Windows, where it was known as "Microsoft Windows Network" before the subsequent introduction of Active Directory. Corresponding Windows services are LanmanServer (for the server component) and LanmanWorkstation (for the client component).
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    … Google has been rolling out a lot of new features lately. Here is a quick recap of a few of the more significant changes that you should be keeping an eye on. Expanded text ads Google recently launched a new search text ad format that allows advertisers more text per ad as well as a bigger footprint on the SERP. These new ads are called Expanded…

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  • 13 Places to Look on Your Next Google AdWords Account Audit

    … of an AdWords account can be a large task but it doesn’t have to be done all at once. Using the 13 reports, strategies, and optimizations outlined here, marketers can make their way through an audit at a pace that suits their expectations and needs. The post 13 Places to Look on Your Next Google AdWords Account Audit appeared first on Portent. …

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  • Introduction to Amazon Ads Strategy

    … Amazon is a no-brainer for most E-commerce sellers. Potential customers look to Amazon more often than ever and listing your products there is a quick way to boost sales. Getting visibility for your products isn’t always easy, though. Amazon is a search engine just like Google and just like Google it helps to pay-to-play. Amazon Seller Central…

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  • Short Term Growth: Jump Start your Digital Marketing Today

    … From businesses ready to go to market with a new product or service, to companies with a longstanding history but little digital presence, business owners, investors, CEOs, and marketing managers are always looking for quick wins when it comes to getting started with their digital marketing initiatives. Quick-result potential initiatives provide…

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  • Tackling the Problem of Measurement in Local

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  • 13 Digital Priorities for Small Businesses

    … It’s more important than ever for all small businesses to have a strong presence online. Regardless of industry, customers are online all day long, whether it be on their desktop at work, phone on a bus, or tablet at home on the couch. Representing your business well digitally is easier said than done. Getting found online can be even tougher…

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  • How to Increase Productivity with Google AdWords Editor

    … AdWords Editor is a fantastic tool created by Google that allows you to quickly create and edit campaigns, ad groups and keywords on a mass scale. Personally, for the accounts I work on I’ve found it to be at least a 50% time savings for things like building new accounts compared to using the standard online interface. As accounts get larger…

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  • Product Feed Optimization for Google Shopping

    … Most commonly, advertisers starting off with a paid search platform such as AdWords reach their respective audience through keyword targeting. However, with Google Shopping (or product listing ads), e-commerce businesses utilize a product feed as the main targeting tool. The feed contains information about your products such as price…

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  • Why Can’t I See My PPC Ads?

    … One of the most common questions our clients ask us when starting a new PPC campaign is “Where are my ads? I searched for my keywords and didn’t see my ad.” This is a reasonable question. They are paying for clicks. So how come they can’t trigger ads themselves? It’s important to understand the internal and external factors that might prevent…

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  • Google AdWords Display Banner Specifications and Best Practices

    … Thinking about experimenting with the Google Display Network (GDN)? This could mean a variety of different things, but most commonly, this means showing banner ads on site that are a part of the GDN. The GDN isn’t exclusively for banner ads. Ad formats vary from text ads to video ads, animated banners, and ads on mobile sites. This post…

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  • AdWords Call Extensions and When to Use Them

    … Google AdWords call extensions are ad extensions that let you display your business phone number directly in the search results. On smartphones, a clickable ‘Call’ button is displayed with the ad, making it particularly engaging for people on the go. Call extensions should be utilized for any businesses that place value on receiving phone…

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