Facebook released its Government Data Requests report, covering the first half of 2013. The country with the most requests by far is the US. India is next in line and then several European countries follow: Germany, France, UK and Italy. Yet none of the volume of these “next in order”… Please visit Marketing Land for […]
Here’s our daily recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web. From Marketing Land: Facebook Says Run Your Promotions From Your Page, No Contest App Required In an about-face, Facebook announced it is doing away with the… Please visit Marketing Land for the full […]
Number vomit. Ugh. It wastes more of my time than anything else during the work week. (With the recent exception of Candy Crush. I mean, are you kidding me with that game?) It appears in many different forms: weekly search reporting, dashboards created to make C-level folks feel like they know what… Please visit Marketing […]
Feedly, the popular RSS reader, announced that their Pro version, which had a limited launch earlier this month is now available to all for $5 per month or $45 per year. With this announcement, one of the large Pro features, HTTPS support, is now part of the standard free version. Pro features have… Please visit […]
Content marketing is more popular than ever with 91 percent of B2B marketers and 86 percent of B2C marketers employing content marketing initiatives this year. As the number of businesses embracing content marketing grows, more resources become available. The following educational resources —… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Today Bing announced that it will be sunsetting Bing Shopping, the separate product destination that relies on merchant product feeds in Bing Merchant Center. Instead, the company is rolling out Bing Product Search in the next few months. In addition to the new image Carousel, shown above, Bing… Please visit Marketing Land for the full […]
The NY Post is reporting that Twitter executives are meeting with a host of Wall Street firms to decide who will take it to the IPO prom. Apparently these are very preliminary meetings to communicate basic considerations and concerns to the banks. The article suggests that Twitter’s thinking… Please visit Marketing Land for the full […]
Good news for everyone that was excited about the news earlier this year that Google Analytics would be introducing new access controls: They’re live for all users now. As today’s announcement says, this means that Google Analytics users now have “more fine-grained control over… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.