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RSS Feed Readers Create successful products with the mvp process - 4 hours ago
Thursday, July 30, 2015, 21:22:17 GMT by Rainmaker.FM
You create a successful product when you deliver something people want to buy, simple as that. Is there a way to figure out what people want before spending a ton of time and money? There is a way, and it's becoming more and more popular due to the lean startup movement. It's called the minimum viable product approach. The technical definition of minimum viable product (MVP) is a product with the highest return on investment versus risk.
author: Rainmaker.FM
publisher: Copyblogger

Google given right to appeal in safari cookies case - 4 hours ago
Thursday, July 30, 2015, 21:22:16 GMT by Dave Neal
The U.K. Supreme Court has granted permission in part for Google to appeal against a ruling relating to a dispute over the user information through cookies via use of the Apple Safari browser.
author: Dave Neal
publisher: Search Engine Watch Blog

The art of planning before podcasting - 4 hours ago
Thursday, July 30, 2015, 20:37:01 GMT by Rainmaker.FM
As creatives, freelancers, entrepreneurs, and Showrunners, we have a tendency to get an idea, follow our gut, and jump straight into it without planning. The Showrunner hosts Jerod Morris and Jonny Nastor agree that this can sometimes be necessary, but not always the best plan. Jerod and Jonny begin this episode with a quick discussion about the upcoming Podcast Movement conference and how you can join them without flying to Texas.
author: Rainmaker.FM
publisher: Copyblogger

Google's ups its automatic text translation tool ante - 4 hours ago
Thursday, July 30, 2015, 20:37:00 GMT by Dave Neal
Google is updating its Translate app again to let you instantly understand bar menus in 27 languages.
author: Dave Neal
publisher: Search Engine Watch Blog

How to let your business thrive (by getting out of its way) - 6 hours ago
Thursday, July 30, 2015, 19:16:34 GMT by Rainmaker.FM
Today's guest on Hack the Entrepreneur has started several successful businesses, written three books, is a motivational speaker, and has consulted with companies in several different industries. He coaches teams and businesses on the actions required in order to grow. As a result, he is known as the entertainer, educator, and consultant of choice for America's leading companies. He is the founder of Thrive 15,
author: Rainmaker.FM
publisher: Copyblogger

The critical importance of customer onboarding - 7 hours ago
Thursday, July 30, 2015, 18:31:18 GMT by Rainmaker.FM
So many businesses focus solely on getting the sale, but as far as the customer is concerned ' the sale is just the beginning. What comes next can make or break not just that one customer relationship, but the future viability of your business as a whole. In this episode of The Mainframe, Chris Garrett and Tony Clark reveal: Why your onboarding process is as important, or maybe more,
author: Rainmaker.FM
publisher: Copyblogger

Icse 2015 and software engineering research at google - 7 hours ago
Thursday, July 30, 2015, 18:06:09 GMT by Research Blog
Posted by Mohsen Vakilian, Software Engineer The large scale of our software engineering efforts at Google often pushes us to develop cutting-edge infrastructure. In May 2015, at the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE 2015), we shared some of our software engineering tools and practices and collaborated with the research community through a combination of publications, committee memberships, and workshops.
author: Research Blog
publisher: Google Research

When do you abandon the editing process? - 8 hours ago
Thursday, July 30, 2015, 17:30:57 GMT by Rainmaker.FM
Like gravity pulls objects to the earth, the web pulls people across the landscape of connected information " whizzing by landmarks (content) at breakneck speed. Thus, when people arrive at your blog, they should be able to size up your content in an instant. From the headline, down the subheads, to the call to action. In other words, it should be clear what's in it for them ' and is it even worth their time? And it should be concise.
author: Rainmaker.FM
publisher: Copyblogger

Emerging region sees staggering ecommerce growth - 10 hours ago
Thursday, July 30, 2015, 15:20:11 GMT by Cal O'Connell
Global Marketing News - 30th July 2015 eyes 100% growth in 2015 The Middle Eastern ecommerce giant has predicted that it will see 100% growth this year. Souq had an annual turnover of 500 million UAE Dirhams last year, and hopes that sales will double to 1 billion this year, equivalent to 272 million US dollars. Souq is popular throughout the Middle East and Egypt and has warehouses in every country that it operates in. The site has around 600,
author: Cal O'Connell
publisher: Multilingual Search

Android for work welcomes new friends - 11 hours ago
Thursday, July 30, 2015, 13:49:41 GMT by Jane Smith
Posted by Rajen Sheth, Senior Director, Android and Chrome for Work Product Management Editor's note: To gain access to the latest Android for Work news and updates, join our mailing list. Android for Work launched earlier this year to help companies put the world's most popular mobile OS to work for them. The response has been overwhelmingly positive: today, more than 10,000 businesses, including the World Bank, the U.S.
author: Jane Smith
publisher: Google Enterprise

The dangerous myth of the magical tool - 12 hours ago
Thursday, July 30, 2015, 13:24:31 GMT by Pamela Wilson
When we're starting out, we want to know the best tools to use. What platform should I build my website on? What's the best tool for writing ? What should I use to create images for my site? What social media platforms should I invest time in? These thoughts can swirl around and around and keep us firmly planted in analysis paralysis. Don't get me wrong: It makes sense to look for solid tools from the very beginning. You want to get your business off to a good start.
author: Pamela Wilson
publisher: Copyblogger

The complete guide to twitter for your content strategy by @hirendream - 12 hours ago
Thursday, July 30, 2015, 13:14:27 GMT by Hiren Vaghela
Engagement on Twitter is like a cocktail party discussion. We want an audience, and we try to provide valuable messages and content to get people hooked. The post The Complete Guide to Twitter for Your Content Strategy by @hirendream appeared first on Search Engine Journal .
author: Hiren Vaghela
publisher: Pronet Advertising

How your content strategy should affect your seo expectations - 13 hours ago
Thursday, July 30, 2015, 12:24:08 GMT by Ray "Catfish" Comstock
Without a content strategy that appeals to everyone who searches for a specific keyword, rather than just your target audience, you may not achieve the SEO results you're hoping for.
author: Ray "Catfish" Comstock
publisher: Search Engine Watch Blog

4 time management tips for social media managers - 13 hours ago
Thursday, July 30, 2015, 11:43:54 GMT by Ashley Zeckman
It seems that a social media manager's job is never done. It doesn't matter what time of day or day of week you're in, there's always more to do. Social media moves at an astronomical pace, and it can be hard to keep up. In fact, research has found that the top two barriers impeding adoption of social business within organizations are lack of overall strategy and competing priorities .
author: Ashley Zeckman
publisher: Online Marketing Blog

3 steps to kill your ppc ad writer's block right now - 14 hours ago
Thursday, July 30, 2015, 11:23:46 GMT by Pauline Jakober
Checking out the competition and user reviews, and getting reacquainted with your clients and their objectives can help PPC professionals when writer's block hurts their ad-creating process.
author: Pauline Jakober
publisher: Search Engine Watch Blog

Google speaks out: should you ask for links? by @linkbuildingjon - 14 hours ago
Thursday, July 30, 2015, 11:23:46 GMT by Jon Ball
There are many people who think that Google doesn't want you to do link building. Here's why they're wrong. The post Google Speaks Out: Should You Ask For Links? by @linkbuildingjon appeared first on Search Engine Journal .
author: Jon Ball
publisher: Search Engine Journal

5 branding tips for building your biz: the chicken & egg strategy - 14 hours ago
Thursday, July 30, 2015, 11:18:46 GMT by Laura Crest
Your audience " meaning your combined readers, as well as potential and current customers " and your brand are inseparably linked. Your audience builds your brand and your brand builds your audience. Like the chicken and egg, it can be hard to know which came first - and which should come first when building your business. The truth [...] The post 5 Branding Tips for Building Your Biz: The Chicken & Egg Strategy appeared first on SuccessWorks .
author: Laura Crest
publisher: Seo Copywriting

What's new with ima ios sdk beta 15? - 21 hours ago
Thursday, July 30, 2015, 04:31:24 GMT by Google Ads Developer Advisor
Last week, we released beta version 15 of the IMA SDK for iOS. This release includes two new features: Ad buffer events via IMAAdsManager delegates Debugging mode Ad buffer events We're providing more information on ad buffering by introducing new buffering events via the following optional IMAAdsManagerDelegate methods: adsManagerAdPlaybackReady: adsManagerAdDidStartBuffering: adsManager:adDidBufferToMediaTime: Collectively,
author: Google Ads Developer Advisor
publisher: AdWords API

Relaxing constraints on ad group name uniqueness - 21 hours ago
Thursday, July 30, 2015, 03:46:08 GMT by Google Ads Developer Advisor
Have you ever found it frustrating that you can never reuse an AdGroup name after removing the AdGroup , since a removed AdGroup cannot be modified? We have awesome news for you! Now, AdGroupService doesn't consider REMOVED AdGroup names when verifying that an AdGroup name is unique within a Campaign . If an AdGroup is in a REMOVED state, then the name of that AdGroup can be reused. This is already the case for Campaigns,
author: Google Ads Developer Advisor
publisher: AdWords API

Google to lose search market share? microsoft predicts huge gains for bing by @mattsouthern - 23 hours ago
Thursday, July 30, 2015, 02:10:33 GMT by Matt Southern
Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system has the potential to lead to significant gains in search market share for Bing, or so the company predicts in an announcement today. The new operating system puts Bing at the forefront, which is a change the company says will lead to query volume gains from 10 to 15 percent as early as September. Microsoft is framing this as good news for Bing advertisers, suggesting there will be "significant volume" in time for holiday campaigns.
author: Matt Southern
publisher: Search Engine Journal

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