Telegram Stories arrive for paid Premium users Steve Dent @stevetdent Telegram’s new Stories feature is here as promised, but it’s only available to Premium users for now, the company said in a Tweet. Last month, CEO Pavel Durov revealed the upcoming feature that offers more granular control than Stories on other apps, letting … Continue reading Telegram Stories are no longer limited to paid users
Google is laying off 12,000 employees Steve Dent|@stevetdent Google parent Alphabet is cutting around 12,000 jobs, or around six percent of its global workforce, it wrote in a company-wide email sent to employees. CEO Sundar Pichai said that he was “deeply sorry” to workers that will be let go and that it was a … Continue reading Google is no longer building its own augmented reality glasses
By Mark Wilson After nearly 20 years of work, Apple has revealed its AR/VR headset, the $3,500 Vision Pro. It’s impressive in many of the ways you might expect. The industrial design is refined—the front is a single curved piece of glass, and touches like a digital crown allow the user to seamlessly transition … Continue reading Apple is no longer a design-led company
Why Performance Media No Longer Works by Bill Durrant , June 17, 2022 It used to be that as an advertiser, you could scale your business and succeed using just Google and Facebook (and eventually Amazon). You could track the most recent sources and behavior of all your conversions and understand who your customers were … Continue reading Why Performance Media No Longer Works
Susan Friesen February 20, 2021 How to Find the Best and Most Qualified SEO Expert to Drive Prospects to Your Business Website “If you build it, he will come.” Field of Dreams This is even more true in SEO. We call it website optimization and is no longer a nice to have, it is a … Continue reading SEO – No Longer a “Nice to Have” Option for Your Business
Susmita Sarma August 14, 2020 Employers might assume that the work from home opportunity can provide their employees with a great work-life balance. However, it is not that simple, and the risk of employee burnout still prevails strong. A lot of people are telling me that the work from home fun is over. It has … Continue reading Tired of Longer Working Hours in Work From Home? Help Yourself!
Susan Friesen August 3, 2020 7 Easy eCommerce & Business Site Marketing Strategies It’s a simple equation: the more time people spend on your website, the more likely they are to convert into a lead or sale. So…do your website visitors like what they see when they land on your site, or are they leaving … Continue reading How to Keep People on Your Website Longer
The coronavirus outbreak has forced companies to pivot their entire business model, with many having to launch digital initiatives with little time and few resources. Amy Gesenhues on April 28, 2020 Less than two months ago, I interviewed several agency leads about how their organizations were helping CMOs break down the barriers to digital transformation. … Continue reading Digital transformation is no longer a buzzword. It’s an imperative.
Debra Murphy — December 30, 2019 Follow @MasterfulMktg As I was working on my content audit, I came across a couple of posts on small business marketing trends for the years 2013 and 2014. As I reviewed these, I noticed something very interesting. Every trend that was listed for both 2013 and 2014 are no … Continue reading Small Business Marketing Trends That Are No Longer Trends
Martin Chuck — October 25, 2019 We almost lost our beloved keyword research tool—Keywords Everywhere. If you’re a copywriter, digital marketer, web developer or anything else in between, you know how valuable keywords are. But if you’re not in the industry, you must know that keywords are searched terms that have value over the internet. … Continue reading What Other Keyword Research Tool Can We Use Since ‘Keywords Everywhere’ Is No Longer Free