Coincidentally, even some of the comments online yesterday were less enthusiastic about the changes. Brent Csutoras of Kairay Media posted on Facebook, “Ok.. played with the new Twitter profiles a bit, and well… blah. A year plus in the making for that?” Rob Woods, Marketing Manager for Reinvent said, “If they want to improve the web interface let me schedule tweets from there or be logged into multiple accounts at once. Plus who uses the web interface anyway?” … [Read more...] about Up Close With Twitters New Header Photos For Profiles
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Online services increasingly require individuals to create accounts in order to gain access to services, whether to look at itineraries, read articles or conduct searches. Sometimes these access controls are privacy enhancing, where they can aid individual consumers in preventing the trawling of their personal profiles by unwelcome visitors. However we are concerned at the increased profiling of customers’ preferences based on the resources companies gain access to (e.g. profiling individuals based on the material they read). We have also taken into account scenarios where a decision to block any form of surveillance may intefere with the resulting level and quality of service. … [Read more...] about Google Bad On Privacy? Maybe It’s Privacy International’s Report That Sucks
David Rodnitzky is CEO and co-founder of 3Q Digital, a Harte Hanks company, a marketing firm with offices in the San Francisco Bay Area and downtown Chicago. David is the founder of the LinkedIn Online Lead Generation Group, an advisor for Marin Software, and a regular contributor to the 3Q Digital blog. He can be found at numerous speaking engagements across the SEM community. … [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. … [Read more...] about Google News Digest: New Ad Formats, New Tools, AMP 2019 Improvements, and More
While, to some extent that IS true, it is not always the case. It is, after all, only fair to take into account other visitors to your site who may visit other pages. Maybe they are planning a trip and want to visit the other locations? What if you were a visitor to a site that took this lazy approach and found the same content but only changed from page to page based on locality rather than the quality of the content? You wouldn’t want to convert or buy from that site now would you? You would be thinking: “Why should I buy from a site who isn’t at least interested in their work enough to change their content for my location?” … [Read more...] about The Complete Guide to Multi-Location Local SEO