3.2 billion, or 44 percent of the world’s population, will have access to the Internet in 2016 according to the International Data Corporation (IDC). Of this number, more than 2 billion will be using mobile devices to connect to the ’Net.
Mobile email opens are slowing down according to new research from email marketing provider Movable Ink. Movable Ink’s quarterly U.S. Consumer Device Preference report shows that at the end of 2014 mobile accounted for 66 percent of email opens
Mobile Email Opens Slowing Down
Many websites have made the switch to HTTPS; but not everyone.
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DropCatch has increased the number of registrars it uses to catch dropping domains. The company has adding 300 additional accredited registrars to its lineup, for an impressive total of 752
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Dropcatching & the Future of Domains
Even the savviest Web users and businesses are at risk of a security lapse, as over the past year Google has noticed a 180 percent increase in the number of sites getting hacked. While this nefarious trend is certainly disconcerting – especially for those making a living on the Web – it's a reminder for anyone who publishes online that one of…
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When using a marketing automation solution, the majority of businesses see their number of leads increase at least 20 percent.
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As the number of channels in which consumers can access a brand grows, marketers must leverage a comprehensive solution that enables them to efficiently connect with their consumers wherever they are. Janrain, a provider of Customer Identity Management solutions, has recently announced an integration with Sailthru, a brand that focuses on… [[ This is a content summary only
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Identify Consumers Across Channels
More and more professionals are finding jobs via social media – either reaching out to their contacts or being recruited directly by companies or agencies.
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Recruiting that Goes Beyond LinkedIn
Savvy Web retailers and service providers are looking for ways to jump on the recurring revenue bandwagon. Last month, it was even considered the number one New Year’s resolution for small businesses. Where there is a business objective, there are technology companies waiting to help, especially when it comes to managing customer billing…
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Riding the Recurring Revenue Express
Which U.S. department store website was the most popular on Facebook during the holiday season? You may be surprised to learn it was Sears.com, which is not in the top-10 shopping sites. Walmart.com, which is in the top 10, came in second. The findings come from a new study by Searchmetrics that analyzed the number of Facebook Likes,…
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Social Becoming a Hot Spot for Product Discovery