Author: CBPO


3 Things Businesses Must Understand to Leverage The Mobile Market by @vishals

July 14, 2013 No Comments

We are all increasingly on the go, spending more time away from home than ever before.  Technological advances have made us accessible virtually anywhere we go.   The advent and subsequent growth of the mobile industry has changed the way we do everything – from shopping to interacting with each other and to the way we run our businesses.  The advancements in the mobile industry have necessitated changes across all business plans – sales, advertising, marketing, etc. – so it’s important to ensure your mobile marketing tactics are up-to-date with the constant changes to the mobile market.

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Apple Seeks Patent For Waze-Style Crowdsourced Navigation That Could Boost iOS Maps

July 13, 2013 No Comments

The US Patent Office has just published a new patent application by Apple (via AppleInsider) that integrates crowdsourced traffic data for real-time information about road conditions, similar to what Waze does. Waze, which was just acquired by Google, seeks user input on changing road conditions, and rewards users for making accurate reports. Apple’s patent also offers route choices based on criteria like “Scenic Route, Light Traffic, No Construction” and more that are also rated and reviewed by users.

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How to Make Money on YouTube: ‘Elementary’

July 11, 2013 No Comments

YouTube has made a number of recent announcements aimed at helping more than a million YouTube Partners from over 30 countries around the world earn more money from thousands of advertisers who are placing TrueView in-stream ads inside Partner videos.


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Top SEJ Posts For The Month of May by @johnrampton

July 10, 2013 No Comments

Phew! What a month for the SEO industry and the SEJ during May! In this post I’ll be summarizing the top 6 articles.

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Beyond the Like: Marketers Share Social Advertising ROI Tips Ahead of #SESTO

July 8, 2013 No Comments

Hundreds of experienced and knowledgeable marketers will gather together later this week for SES Toronto 2013. Two of those marketers, Helen Overland from Search Engine People and AdParlor‘s Rohan Karunakaran, will join me Friday afternoon to share their considerable expertise on social advertising ROI with SES participants.

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How to Navigate the Google Analytics Location Report

July 7, 2013 No Comments

Does your website target users in a specific location or around the world? Whatever the size of your business, you can gain valuable insights from the Google Analytics location report. Let’s look at the top uses of this data, from beginner right through to advanced level.

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Android ‘Master Key’ Security Hole Puts 99% Of Devices At Risk Of Exploitation

July 6, 2013 No Comments

Mobile security startup Bluebox Security has unearthed a vulnerability in Android’s security model which it says means that the nearly 900 million Android phones released in the past four years could be exploited, or some 99% of Android devices. The vulnerability has apparently been around since Android v1.6 (Donut), and was disclosed by the firm to Google back in February.

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What it’s like to work at SEOgadget in San Francisco, and why you should join us.

July 5, 2013 No Comments

You know when you get that ear-to-ear grin, a little bounce in your seat and an uncontrollable maniacal giggle about really great marketing ideas, new ways to maneuver code or amazingly cool clients that are interested in you? That’s what the past 6 months has been like at SEOgadget in San Francisco since we first opened up shop downtown.

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Interactive 4th of July 2013 Google Doodle Takes You on a Road Trip Across America

July 5, 2013 No Comments

It’s Independence Day in the U.S., which observes the signing of the Declaration of Independence. America has celebrated every July 4th for 237 years. Today’s Google Doodle once again marks the 4th of July, as Google has done every year since 2000.

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Google Boosts BigQuery With New Analytics Functions, Adds New UI, Drops Prices

July 4, 2013 No Comments

Google BigQuery is getting a number of new updates to make it easier to analyze large amounts of data quickly and at a lower price. BigQuery is designed to process terabytes of data, and today’s updates should provide a greater degree of flexibility for ad hoc analysis of extremely large datasets and allow for more sophisticated analysis.

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