The upcoming holiday season is finally upon us; October has a way of welcoming excitement unlike any other month. This level of excitement is largely due to the festive tone of the end of the year, Halloween, Christmas and New Year’s are only a few sleeps away.
The SEO-sphere has been flooded with penguin images the past week, cartoon penguins, swimming penguins, even DC penguins. Rather than being another Internet meme trend, Penguin actually refers to a Google algorithm that targets organic search results.
Compared to other apps and social media platforms, Snapchat is still in its infant stages. Since its release in 2011, Snapchat now has 150 million users, surpassing former social media kingpin Twitter. It has been a monumental 5 years for the app, but there are no signs of them slowing down anytime soon. They have recently announced the decision to being rolling out behavioural targeting.
In Florida, E-ventures WorldWide LLC who has five global offices, tried sueing Google over deleting its websites form the Google Search Index, and blocking them from creating any new websites.
Australian companies are quickly trying to adapt to China’s new ecommerce laws that have been put in place during April this year.
After just 10 weeks in the App Store, a new phone app called Yubl is sitting pretty at fourth position.
Borrell Associates , a US media forecaster has argued that digital marketing services spending for 2016 will be around $613billion.
Twitter’s Chief Executive Officer, Jack Dorsey has recently announced the appointment of Kathy Chen to the position of the Greater China Managing Director.
Under the cloak of beautiful designs, fabulous models, structured jawlines, fashion seems quite a simple business to the everyday consumer.
Facebook and Twitter both have changed their algorithms to make sure you don’t miss the good things the ones you care about are posting.