Whilst several American states have legalised the recreational use of Cannabis, online giants such as Google, Twitter, and Facebook have taken a very clear stance against advertising the drug. All networks have commented that they’ll regularly review their advertising policies, and it’s been implied that things might change in the future. Still, experts have commented [...]Read More
We’re all aware that B2B marketing attempts can be greatly aided with Twitter. However, though the number of companies on Twitter is around the 80% mark, we’d imagine less than half of these businesses use it for anything other than sending the odd tweet now and again. Raising your game and improving the value of [...]Read More business, CRO, retargeting, roi, social media, twitter
Penguin has moved us away from the murky water of black hat SEO and towards more ethical techniques such as social signals. Though, we can’t be sure as of yet how important these social media signals are to SEO, there certainly is a change in their direction. So, what do you need to know? What [...]Read More authorank, facebook, google, SEO, social signals, twitter
There’s a lot of room to irritate people in the social sphere; especially if you are coming up on their Facebook newsfeeds on a daily basis and then lingering around, thanks to good EdgeRank rankings. Facebook can be a prime target for irritating behaviour and can result in people getting a daily cringe, each time [...]Read More 7 deadly sins of Facebook, edgerank, facebook, twitter, Websearch SEO
As we’re often only reminded when something of major significance happens – the Internet is somewhat like the Wild West as regards rule and law. There are certainly black and white areas, though still 50 shades of grey too. Though it’s quite free, there are still a number of things to most definitely watch out [...]Read More facebook, facebook account information, online, online defamation, online legal risks, social media, twitter
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