Viewability – Is That a Word?

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It has been a buzzword in the online media industry for a while. With the emergence of social media, video and native advertising, display banner advertising has been scrutinized and criticized. One of the biggest challenges advertisers have faced is getting accurate reporting showing that their banner ads were seen by potential customers. If an… Read more »

Your Social Media Content isn’t Being Seen

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Twitter released a new insight to your analytics. Impressions provides users with more information about their content, but it is also proving what every social media marketer fears the most – your brand’s  social media content is not being seen. Before you bring that ax down on twitter, marketers need to understand that this is… Read more »

New Facebook Update: Recommended Videos Roll Out

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Videos increase people’s understanding of your product or service by 74%, according to Digital Sherpa. It’s only natural that Facebook is rolling out “recommended videos” within the mobile newsfeed. Facebook’s recommended videos is not like YouTube’s related videos section. Instead, after viewing a video on Facebook, you’ll see related videos from both your friends and… Read more »

Track Your Personal Network to Grow Your Business

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Over the course of the last decade, there have been a great number of websites that purport to help you track your professional network and, in turn, grow your business, but none has been more valuable than LinkedIn. That’s not to say that there aren’t other valuable products out there. One product that I have been… Read more »

New in Google Mobile Search: Flash Websites, You Have Been Warned

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Google has taken what may be the final shot at the bow of Adobe Flash by issuing “Flash” warnings in Google mobile search.  Remember when most restaurant, bar, and brand websites were built in Adobe Flash? Thankfully, the decidedly more mobile-friendly HTML5 has taken over as the design language of choice. There are Flash websites… Read more »