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Sunday, September 27, 2020

‘Andy Rubin’s Next Big Thing at Google: Robots’ – ‘Mashable’

The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “Andy Rubin’s Next Big Thing at Google: Robots”.Seth Firgerman says, “Forget Amazon drones; Google is working on robots that could one day deliver items to customers.The New York Times reports that Google has acquired seven robotics companies in the United States and Japan to help build a “new generation” of robots that would potentially be able to automate the electronics assembly process or even help with Google’s same-day delivery efforts”.Andy Rubin’s Next Big Thing at Google: RobotsMashable.com [...]

‘Hackers Compromise 2 Million Facebook, Twitter and Gmail Accounts’ – ‘Mashable’

The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “Hackers Compromise 2 Million Facebook, Twitter and Gmail Accounts”.Samantha Murphy Kelly says, “More than 2 million accounts have been compromised from popular sites such as Google,Yahoo, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn after malware captured login credentials from users worldwide, according to a new report.According to web security firm Trustwave, hackers have stolen login usernames and passwords across various sites in the past month with the help of Pony malware, a bit different than a typical breach”.Hackers Compromise... [...]

‘How a 113-Year-Old Company Boosted Holiday Sales on Facebook’ – ‘Mashable’

The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “How a 113-Year-Old Company Boosted Holiday Sales on Facebook”.Max Blau says, “The classic story of The Polar Express has captivated the hearts and minds of boys and girls across the globe for nearly three decades. The popular Christmastime tale, first released in 1985 as an illustrated children’s book, has since inspired an Oscar-nominated 2004 film and a collectible railroad set from model train-makers Lionel LLC.With the film’s 10th anniversary quickly approaching, the toy manufacturer wanted to recapture the hearts and... [...]

Facebook Now Allows Photo Comments

Facebook has just opened up comments so that photos can be posted directly in the comment. In the past only links to photos could be posted. Consumers seem excited to learn of this new development. Just yesterday, Facebook their roll out. They are slowly releasing it to users as usual, so there’s a good chance you don’t have it yet.Angel Taylor has reviewed this change in her blog: Angel Taylor Live.If you want to learn more, check out her post here: Facebook Now Allows Photo Comments [...]

Improve the performance of your ads by linking your Google+ page to Adwords!

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2012 seems to be the year to push Google Plus.As with most social networks you can create a business page to help your company connect with users. Similar to Facebook and Twitter, you can promote your page and build up a list of premium members who have tremendous remarketing value.The network also gives you the opportunity to operate live video streaming and hangouts with your target audience. This can be a very useful way to interact with your target audience and deliver real time video content. For example, a company could host video chats with employees or industry experts.Once you have... [...]

‘Adding the Facebook Like Button Revisited’ by John Jantsch

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John Jantsch’s latest blog post is titled “Adding the Facebook Like Button Revisited”. [John Jantsch’s Blog] […] [...]

‘Facebook Privacy Issues Benefits Facebook Marketers’ by Ian Fernando

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Ian says, “Finding trends is pretty important to me because it helps me find niches and audiences that no one will take advantage of”. [Ian Fernando’s Blog] […] [...]

‘SEO & Facebook Fan Page News on IMTW’ by Michelle MacPhearson

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Michelle Says, “Lots is a-changin’ these days… I think 2011 is going be a mover and shaker for those of us in the internet marketing industry”. [Michelle MacPhearson’s Blog] […] [...]

‘Facebook News Feed Changes – Fix Here’ by Michelle MacPhearson

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Michelle Says, “Facebook made some spectacular changes last week / over the weekend to the way you can interact as a “Page” on the site”. [Michelle MacPhearson’s Blog] […] [...]

‘Groupon, Facebook, Google, and the future of Conversion‘ by Perry Marshall

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Perry says, “Google offered $6 billion and Groupon turned the offer down”. [Perry Marshall’s Blog] […] [...]