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#PPC 101: Creating Your First Paid Search Campaign by @Rocco_Zebra_Adv

Create your first paid search campaign on Google AdWords. Find out dos and don'ts. The post #PPC 101: Creating Your First Paid Search Campaign by @Rocco_Zebra_Adv appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Geek Reading March 26, 2015

Leading off today, MIT News announces that Michael Stonebraker wins the Turing Award. He is one of the leading database researchers and the award is probably overdue. Valeria Maltoni, writing at Conversation Agent, talks about taking good advice, not just listening to it. There are a lot of development articles today as well. In particular, […]

Hacking the Google Display Network for Insanely Low CPC

Use these five Google Display Network hacks to achieve the lowest cost per click - they're all geared toward improving click-through rate and driving higher Quality Score.

7 Ancient Internet Trends That Affect The Web Today

What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun. (Ecclesiastes 1:9) Today’s web might not look or feel like the web of the 1990s, but you’d be surprised by how much of it is actually the same when you dive beneath the surface. As they say, a Whopper in shiny wrapper is still a Whopper. Show More Summary

CBS accidentally aired a teenager's fake Zayn Malik reaction video

Can you tell the difference between this guy's parody vine and a real One Direction fan?

Facebook Adds Apps to Messenger, Amazon Tests Robot Packers, & More… [Tech News Digest]

Facebook Messenger API, Amazon wants robots, Facebook video embeds, RadioShack sells everything, Halo Online in Russia, and when Apple Store employees go bad. Facebook Turns Messenger Into a Platform Pro tip: you don’t need to wait for an update to Facebook Messenger in the App Store – the app integrations should be in your app now. Show More Summary

Homesteading Today and How to Quickly Turn Your Community Against You

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NoSQL pioneer’s startup takes aim at scalable software-defined storage

There is no shortage of platforms promising to help organizations address the rapid growth in data volumes more efficiently, but Hedvig Inc. believes that it has a better idea. The startup roared out of stealth this week to try to … Continue reading ?

12 Ways Marketers Can Improve Relationships With Journalists by @jboitnott

Marketers and journalists have a long and not-always happy history. Still, their relationship must be developed in order to be successful at their work. The post 12 Ways Marketers Can Improve Relationships With Journalists by @jboitnott appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Facebook goes platform for third party apps and IoT on Messenger, but can they be trusted?

Facebook Inc. embraced the app as a platform trend at the F8 Conference Wednesday with a new announcement that aims to make Facebook a one stop destination for just about everything. According to the official announcement, the Messenger Platform will enable … Continue reading ?

Filters, a new photo editor for iPhone, offers 800 ways to transform photos

Released yesterday, Filters is a brand new photo editing app for iPhone that touts more than 800 ways to enhance photos through a range of filters such as authentic vintage film recreations, hand-painted textures, vibrant colored gel overlays, special multi-effect … Continue reading ?

U.S. Government Wins Dozens of Millions From Kim Dotcom

The U.S. Government has won its civil forfeiture case against Megaupload and Kim Dotcom. As a result, the U.S. now owns Kim Dotcom's bank accounts, cars, art and other property worth dozens of millions of dollars. Megaupload's founder describes the ruling as unjust and says his team will file an appeal at a higher court. Show More Summary

Microsoft to mount a challenge in the tablet marketplace with its unleashing of the Surface 3

A successor to Microsoft’s discontinued Surface 2 tablet is on its way, according to a report in WinBeta. The new Surface will presumably run a full version of Windows 8.1 – updated to Windows 10 when it is officially launched this … Continue reading ?

A Sneak Preview of #MozCon 2015

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Posted by EricaMcGillivray Considering coming to MozCon, July 13-15 in Seattle this year? Maybe you're on the fence because you're not sure what's going on, and most importantly, what our amazing speakers are talking about? I hear you,...Show More Summary

E-commerce app builder 91APP takes $9M Series A, plans international expansion

91APP, a Taiwan-based startup that builds customized apps for brands and retailers, yesterday announced a $9 million Series A funding round led by AppWorks. Other investors participating included CID Group, NineYi, and two Taiwanese E-commerce players – Jan Hung-Tze, founder … Continue reading ?

Apple enrages open-source community with FoundationDB shutdown

Apple has caused a bit of a ruckus in the open-source community with its acquisition of FoundationDB, a company that leads the development of the highly specialized, speedy and durable NoSQL database that bears the same name. The acquisition was … Continue reading ?

Apple’s new streaming music service won’t cost less than rival offerings

Apple Inc., rumored to be readying itself to announce its new streaming music service in June, has apparently failed to win favor with record labels in a bid to secure lower licensing costs. Lower licensing costs would have enabled Apple … Continue reading ?

Bitcoin and altcoin exchange Cryptoine ceases trading after claiming to be hacked

Bitcoin and altcoin exchange Cryptoine is claiming to have been hacked and has ceased trading, adding to the ongoing list of cyptocurrency exchanges that have disappeared this year with similar claims According to a statement on the Cryptoine website, the firm claims … Continue reading ?

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