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10 questions business owners should ask about a paid social campaign
Globe and Mail
Social media advertising not only increases online visibility, but it also gathers important data to help tailor marketing strategies and tactics. Social analytics shows what posts best resonate with an audience by the number of clicks, rates of engagement, or other conversions.
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Google search console now shows you how well your in-app content is performing
The Next Web
Google's Search Console (formerly Webmaster Tools) has been updated with new reports to show developers how their mobile app content is performing in search results. The Search Analytics report lists top queries, top app pages and traffic by country for each indexed app. You can also use filters to drill down to specific query types or regions, or sort by clicks, impressions and click-through rate.
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Bright ideas: On demand service apps making your life almost too easy
Forbes
Mobile Apps are no longer just time suckers to fiddle with when you want to hide from real life by burying your face in your smart phone. As a matter of fact, there's a whole slew of apps that serve the exact opposite purpose: making your life easier and saving you time! With the advent of these handy, newfangled business models, you can "run" pretty much any errand, without doing any running at all.
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10 ingenious ways to drive more traffic to your website
Telegraph
From clever keyword strategies to real-world stunts, website experts from question-and-answer site Quora have come up with some ingenious ways to generate a real and consistent traffic boost to your website.
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Can crowdsourcing help your company?
Human Capital Magazine
Crowdsourcing offers multiple benefits to employers, providing aspects of outsourcing but with the elimination of associated issues, such as unforeseen costs, risks to client confidentiality and quality control. At Croud Australia, the process is referred to as 'croudsourcing', and is a model that has proven its success by using a dedicated network of market expertise within specific sectors.
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World's top CEOs desert Facebook for Twitter, LinkedIn: Study
Business Today
Top bosses at the world's 50 biggest companies are using Twitter and LinkedIn more than they did two years ago and have completely deserted Facebook, a new study reveals. The study by PR firm Weber Shandwick, that looked at social media use by CEOs running the top 50 companies on Fortune's 2014 Global 500 rankings list, found that 10 per cent of those CEOs are on Twitter, up from just two per cent in 2012, Re/code.com reported.
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The 7 most common SEO myths debunked
Entrepreneur
With search engines, social-media platforms and content-recommendation services all touting their pay-per-click options to instantly boost traffic to your website, search engine optimization (SEO) sometimes gets forgotten. But it shouldn't. SEO can provide a huge benefit to entrepreneurs—even if the results aren't immediate.
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9 SEO secrets every business should know
The Next Web
The search engine optimization (SEO) world has undergone some big changes in the last few years—the biggest being coming in the form of Google's heightened push towards strong user experiences. It's hard to imagine that just 10 years ago, SEO was a discipline governed by blackhat marketers whose sole objective was to increase rankings and drive traffic. Long story short—it wasn't pretty, and Google didn't like it.
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