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The Verizon-AOL Deal. Why and what it means for you. Verizon, has approached AOL about a possible acquisition/joint venture. While the companies have some similar services the most usual result would be the access to Mobile and Digital-video ads. Verizon … Continue reading
Well that was quick! The now infamous Seth Rogan and James Franco (or Flacco if you’re President Obama) assassination comedy “The Interview” will stream online in addition to playing in hundreds of small independent theaters across the United States. Let’s … Continue reading
Well, technically it’s only Wednesday so who knows what the rest of the week could hold but so far we’ve seen a couple of new changes from Google. Both have some interesting implications for SEO and already the world of … Continue reading
Yesterday morning, Google announced a new update to Google Webmaster Tools, which allows users to access the exact numbers to their websites’ search query data. The new update, which was activated at the end of December, will continue to roll … Continue reading
We may be seeing more transparency with online advertising networks soon as California Governor Jerry Brown has just signed into law a bill that requires companies to disclose whether or not they abide by Do Not Track provisions. The new … Continue reading
Co-Written by Richie Laurisen & Jori Stevian Although Google has made another important change, fear not. Google’s recent decision to cut off user access to keyword data in Google analytics has created some pretty significant buzz in the SEO world. Roughly two … Continue reading