How To Update Your Twitter Profile Header There isn’t an obvious “update” on your profile, though, you’ll need to go into your account settings and make these changes yourself (take it from someone who waited an hour to see if the roll out would “hit” my account.) To get the new look, you’ll need to log in, go to the gear icon in the top right hand corner, go into Settings, and then Design. Scroll down below the existing palettes to “Customize Your Own.” Here you will see options to Change Header. The minimum dimensions are 1252×626 pixels and the file can’t be any larger than 5 MB. When you upload the image, you will get a preview where you can click and drag the image around to your liking, very much like Facebook’s Timeline photo feature. You can also zoom in and zoom out. When you’re ready, hit Save and you’re done. At this point, you can remove the header photo at any time – your profile … [Read more...] about Up Close With Twitters New Header Photos For Profiles
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It’s a bad privacy day for Google, with Privacy International first accusing the company of having the worst privacy performance of any internet service company in a study it has just released and then accusing Google of conducting a smear campaign against it. But if you actually read the report, Privacy International itself comes off bad for putting out a haphazard condemnation of Google. Let’s do the smear campaign accusation first. An Open Letter to Google from the group says that Google is talking to journalists and implying that Privacy International favors Microsoft: Two European journalists have independently told us that Google representatives have contacted them with the claim that “Privacy International has a conflict of interest regarding Microsoft”. I presume this was motivated because Microsoft scored an overall better result than Google in the rankings…. According to our sources, your representative or representatives made particular … [Read more...] about Google Bad On Privacy? Maybe It’s Privacy International’s Report That Sucks
As a general rule, the marketer with the most actionable data wins. There are many types of data but the most useful kind — the GlenGarry data — is first-party data. This article will show you how you can use the data you already have about your best (and worst) customers to improve your online marketing ROI. First-Party, Second-Party, Third-Party Before I dive into use cases, let’s quickly define what first-party data is. Here’s a basic primer on the three types of data you likely have access to: First-Party: Information that you have collected about your customers. This includes email addresses, web or app behavior (collected via a pixel or SDK), CRM files, and database purchase information. Second-Party: Information that a partner has collected and shared with you. For example, click, cost, impression, and query data from AdWords or Yahoo. Third-Party: Information that you buy or rent from a company to make marketing decisions. This is anonymized data … [Read more...] about Using First-Party Data For SEM On Google & Way Beyond!
We have been studying all the new updates and developments that came to us from Google in the past two weeks. We have noticed the announcements are gradually increasing as the first quarter draws to a close. As you will see below, there are a lot of interesting changes that have taken place in the Googlesphere, from new ad formats on Google Images to a new layout on Google My Business to revamped tools like Test My Site & RCS Business Messaging, and there have been a lot of improvement updates on AMP 2019. We have included them all to help you quickly track down and understand any earlier update that pertains to you or the work you are doing. For more information on these updates, don't miss the Marketing Scoop podcast with Nadya Khoja, the Chief Growth Officer at Venngage, and Dan Knowlton, the Co-Founder at KPS Digital Marketing. They will provide you with real tips and insights you need to know about these updates. Listen to our podcast … [Read more...] about Google News Digest: New Ad Formats, New Tools, AMP 2019 Improvements, and More
There are many ways to optimize your website for local SEO so you can be found for multiple locations. Just as there are many ways to optimize, so there are a variety of penalties lurking if you follow bad practices that go against Google’s guidelines. By keeping a thorough inventory of your local SEO efforts, you will be able to avoid duplication, and ensure high quality implementation of all local SEO for your clients. In addition, by learning the ins and outs of local SEO, you will be able to help yourself by creating your own winning strategy, rather than copying your competition and hoping you don’t get penalized by shady SEO tactics. Assessing Your Competition & The Market Performing the proper competitor research on local content and links will help you determine how you will attack a particular niche. First off, let’s examine a niche that is all-too-often overlooked: personal injury lawyers. Say we are putting together a local campaign that will eventually … [Read more...] about The Complete Guide to Multi-Location Local SEO