Here's your marketing, social media, and technology news for August 10, 2012:
1. Prevent Hack Attacks--5 Things to Do Today: Just how easily can a hacker destroy your online life? You don't want to know. Take preventive measures now. (Inc.)
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Jun 13, 2013
In today’s crazy world, I suggest that everyone take a little time for themselves. Disconnect from technology and the outside world for 10 minutes and make yourself better.
Jun 04, 2013
Live tweeting gives brand managers a chance to interact with their audience in real time and gives your Twitter followers a glimpse of your brand in action. As you lead the conversation surrounding your event, you are able to guide the narrative and become an influential voice in the online community.
Here's your marketing, social media, and technology news for July 26, 2012:
Earlier this week, Google announced that they were making the move to secure all personal searches when a user is logged into their Google account. This move was in response to their experience in 2010 when they inadvertently gathered unsecure wifi data via Google Street View. While this addresse...
You may want to do a little dance after you hear the news from Google about a change in their search algorithm, or you may be left scratching your head about what they are doing. Googlers, Matt Cutts and Amit Singhal, announced on the Google blog that there is a change in the search algorithms comi...