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Jun, 2014

Weekly Wrap-up: Twitter Animated GIFs, LinkedIn Job Search

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It’s a wrap on another week and this is what happened in the digital marketing world. For one, you now have Twitter animated GIFs in your timeline. LinkedIn has a new job search app on iPhone and some acquisitions went down in the tech space. Here is our weekly wrap-up for the 3rd week of June. Twitter Animated GIFs It’s all in this one tweet. You can now share animated GIFs on Twitter without going through a third-party app like Giphy. All the same, the GIFs will not play automatically […]

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Apr, 2014

Weekly Wrap-up: Google +Post Ads, Facebook Profits, Pinterest Guided Search

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It’s been a short two weeks so we are going right ahead and mashing the two up into one. Quite a lot has happened, especially in the Google+ universe. The departure of the Google+ chief, Vic Gundotra, in particular has got people talking today. Last week Google+ opened +Post ads to all advertisers. Meanwhile, Pinterest introduced a new way to search on its mobile apps. Read on to see what more went down in the digital space. Head of Google+ leaves Google Google Senior VP and head of Google+ Vic […]

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Apr, 2014

Weekly Wrap-up: April Fools’ Day Pranks, Generation C and Online Advertising

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It was the first week of April, and more importantly a chance for companies to show us their best April Fools’ Day pranks yet. As always, Google led the pack with Google+ introducing April Fools’ Auto Awesome photobombs with David Hasselhoff. Of course Google had more than this prank to make the day complete. You can find a complete list over at The Next Web. LinkedIn was not left behind with Cats You May Know. Twitter went the wearable route to announce the “Twitter Helmet™” which would let “the wearer tweet […]

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Mar, 2014

Weekly Wrap-up: Facebook, Instagram and Google+ New Looks

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The week we celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Web is coming to an end. So what went down across social networks? For one, Facebook brought more changes on board. You will begin to see a different look on Pages. Instagram for Android app is on version 5.1 now while Google+ updated the way links shared on the network appear. Here’s your weekly wrap-up: Facebook Streamlined Pages The new look pages began rolling out on desktop this week. Facebook believes the streamlined look will help both people looking for information […]

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Mar, 2014

Weekly Wrap-up: Twitter Stats, LinkedIn New Look, Facebook Enforcement and Redesign

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This week’s wrap-up includes Twitter – stats on the Oscars and the LinkedIn – new People You May Know. Here is what has been happening this week on social media. New Twitter stats Twitter continues to have a strong effect on live events as was evident during the Oscars early this week. According to the Twitter blog, there were 19.1 million tweets sent between 5 pm and 5 am Sunday, ET. If only Bradley’s arm was longer. Best photo ever. #oscarspic.twitter.com/C9U5NOtGap — Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) March 3, 2014 This now […]

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Jan, 2014

Online Reputation Management and Why You Should Know About It

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Have you ever Googled yourself? If you are reading this, you probably have. Did you like what you saw when you did? Well, Online Reputation Management (ORM) refers to the tactics that are used to ensure that the results that appear on the Google Search Results Page (SERP) are positive. Page one, that is, perhaps even page two. No one really cares about results on page three. Unless you are a student desperate on cheating your way out of an assignment. Why You Should Know Most people in the digital […]

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