We all know that our favorite search engines track and collect a lot of data about us in order to personalize the results – and the ads – that they serve us. But that kind of tracking might not always be welcome, especially when it means that you have ads following you around the internet from a site where you bought a gift for a friend once, or for pregnancy products months after you’ve given birth. Or maybe you just don’t like your data being collected and used in this way
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With exponential changes in the marketing landscape over the last decade, Marshall McLuhan’s proclamation “The medium is the message” has gained new meaning. Faced with a constant deluge of information and brand messaging, it has become a necessity for companies to be in front of customers’ eyes more than ever before, thanks to perpetual connectivity.
In its first major redesign since 2009, Jotform has unveiled a new version of its popular online form building solution and it brings with it a way to create online forms using a mobile device. The new form builder also makes it possible to edit forms offline (even when a user loses their internet access), collaborate with others when editing a…
:: By John Surdakowski, Avex Designs :: Do you need to make some improvements to your business website, or is it good enough as it is? The answer to that question probably says a lot about the current and future state of your Internet marketing campaigns.
Despite critical security flaws with Internet of Things (IoT) devices, consumers are willingly bringing voice assistants like Google Home and Amazon Echo into their residences – “roommates” that are always on, always listening and always recording (giving the crazy goldfish roommate from “Friends” a run for his money). Should… [[ This is a content summary only
Welcome to our weekly round-up of all the latest news and research from the world of search marketing and beyond. This week, we look at a new feature by Instagram that models itself on Facebook; moves by Google to tackle ‘non-authoritative’ sites which rank too highly; and an upcoming change which will make AMP content easier to link to. Retailers struggle with the post-Black Friday lull Just two weeks ago in our Friday search news round-up , we established that record-breaking levels of sales and spending mean Black Friday won’t be going anywhere for a while