The agenda is live, and we’re now accepting submissions to speak at Search Marketing Expo – SMX Social Media Marketing 2013, November 20-21, at the ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. To increase the odds of being selected, be sure to read the agenda. Understand what the sessions are about…. Please visit Marketing Land […]
Trying to figure out how Google Authorship works? Google has a new post out today answering a few tricky questions such as how to deal with mascots (sorry, they don’t get authorship) and what types of pages can have authorship appear in Google’s search listings. Read more in… Please visit Marketing Land for the full […]
Google’s Field Trip, a local discovery app that offers information about your surroundings, is now available for Google Glass. The app was introduced last year for Android devices and later came to the iPhone, too. Google’s Timothy Jordan described the app today as “a guide to… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Facebook’s embeddable posts feature is now available to everyone, and the expansion includes a couple new features, too. When it launched three weeks ago, embeddable posts were only available for content from a handful of mainstream publishers. Now, public posts from any Facebook personal… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Tumblr, the popular microblog and new Yahoo plaything, still has a way to go to catch up with competing social networks in at least one key category: attracting top brands Just 31 of Interbrand’s top 100 global brands have accounts on Tumblr, according to a new study from Simply Measured, and only 21 of those […]
The Palestinian hacker who broke into Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook Timeline to call attention to a bug he discovered will get at least $11,000 as a reward — but not from Facebook, it will come from an online crowdsourced campaign The GoFundMe campaign to reward the hacker, Khalil Shreateh, raised more than its initial goal of […]
Teachers no longer have to rely on their eyes and internal instincts to catch cheating students. In an effort to help educators take back control of the classroom, Berkeley Varitronics Systems has unveiled the PocketHound, a portable cellphone detector designed to let teachers covertly track cheaters. The PocketHound works by vibrating and lighting up each […]
One developer has almost 50,000 apps in BlackBerry World out of BlackBerry’s approximately 235,000 total apps. No, that’s not a typo50,000. As first discovered by BerryReview, the Hong Kong-based development shop S4BB has developed tens of thousands of apps for BlackBerry 10 and legacy BBOS devices. See also: Who Would Buy BlackBerry? The apps run […]