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Coming Soon: “Now On Tap,” An Expanded Version Of Google Now That Works In Apps & Mobile Browsers

by Guuest Authoron May 28, 2015
To borrow a cliché, it’s like Google Now on steroids. It’s called Now On Tap, and Google announced it this morning at Google I/O, the company’s annual conference for developers. Google’s Aparna Chennapragada, the product director for Google Now (who’s speaking at SMX Advanced next week, by the way), says her team has focused on [...]

The $50 Million IRS Breach: How Can You Protect Yourself?

by Guuest Authoron May 28, 2015
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How to Perform Expert Content Research Using The Ahrefs Content Explorer [SPONSORED] by @lauracruzspeaks

by Guuest Authoron May 28, 2015
This is a sponsored post. These days it’s hard to underestimate the power of content. We see companies like Groove, who go from zero to $100k/month in just 2 years, attributing a major part of their success to blogging. It’s enough to make you want to revisit your own content strategy. Writing new posts on your company [...]

CMO of the Week: 5 Ingredients in the Papa John’s Marketing Pie from CMO Bob Kraut

by Guuest Authoron May 28, 2015
In partnership with The CMO Club, The CMO of the Week series profiles CMOs who are shaping, changing and challenging the world of modern marketing. For Drew Neisser’s complete interview with CMO Award Winner Bob Kraut, click here. Marketing leaders run arguably some of the most complicated kitchens in the world. From managing the cook line and wait staff to [...]

Google Says “Near Me” Searches Have Doubled This Year

by Guuest Authoron May 27, 2015
Search queries that contain a location qualifier such as “nearby” or “near me” have doubled in the past year, according to Google Trends data from March. Eighty percent of those searches come from mobile devices. Now that you know this, you’ll start to be cognizant of how often “nearby” and “near me” variations of search [...]

Deconstructing the App Store Rankings Formula with a Little Mad Science

by Guuest Authoron May 27, 2015
After seeing Rand’s “Mad Science Experiments in SEO” presented at last year’s MozCon, I was inspired to put on the lab coat and goggles and do a few experiments of my own—not in SEO, but in SEO’s up-and-coming younger sister, ASO (app store optimization). Working with Apptentive to guide enterprise apps and small startup apps [...]

BuzzFeed Announces New R+D Arm Called “Open Lab” by @AllieGrayFree

by Guuest Authoron May 27, 2015
The online juggernaut otherwise known as BuzzFeed announced today their launch of the “BuzzFeed Open Lab for Journalism Technology and the Arts.” This listicle-happy journalism company will host a “competition” to discover tools and technology to advance digital journalism and media. The selected tools and technology will become available to the masses as open-source data. The [...]

Report: Apple May Launch Google Now Competitor At June WWDC Event

by Guuest Authoron May 27, 2015
According to an extensive report in 9to5 Mac Apple is about to bring to market a Google Now and potential search competitor, with comparable “predictive search” functionality. Microsoft’s Cortana also features predictive capabilities that Apple’s Siri lacks. The new capability, codenamed “Proactive,” is built partly on Apple’s acquisition of personal virtual assistant app Cue (founded [...]

On Wednesdays We Share Snaps

by Guuest Authoron May 27, 2015
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Internet Slang Inundates Merriam-Webster Dictionary’s Latest Update by @AllieGrayFree

by Guuest Authoron May 27, 2015
The Merriam-Webster Dictionary recently announced its expansion of 1,700 words. The recent updates reflect commonly looked-up words; many technology and web-related terms hitting this year’s list. “Emoji,” “photobomb”, “sharing economy”, “meme,” “click fraud,” and “click-bait” were among the added words. Another technology-focused term added was “net-neutrality” in the advent debate over Internet privatization. Internet slangs like “NSFW” (not [...]
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