Google New Display Ad Formats

Posted on: September 30th, 2010 by Lina

While you may not tend to think about display ads when you think about Google, the company seems to be working hard to change that.

“This technology can dynamically alter the creative elements of an ad in real-time to make it more relevant and effective, depending on factors like geographic location, language, the content of the website and the time of day.”

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New Option in Gmail

Posted on: September 30th, 2010 by Lina

There is new option in Gmail that lets users turn of conversation threads.This is being launched by Google.

This is a feature that was innovative when Google released its popular email service years ago, but not everyone has been a fan of this style of email communication.

t’s a smart move, because it could entice some people to use Gmail, who have resisted the service based on conversation threads.

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Sites Have Added Facebook’s Social Plugins

Posted on: September 30th, 2010 by Lina

2 million websites have added social plugins.

Facebook has made a couple of additional instant personalization partnership announcements recently, including integrations with Scribd and Rotten Tomatoes.

On site, Facebook has increased the number of ads displayed in various areas of the site from three to four, according to Josh Constine at InsideFacebook.

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Mobile PPC

Posted on: September 30th, 2010 by Lina

Mobile PPC Have you thought seriously about mobile PPC? If you haven’t, you should. According to Cindy Krum of Rank-Mobile, it gets ads not only on smartphones, but also on the less sophisticated feature phones.

In other words, mobile PPC can send phone traffic just as easily as it can send website traffic.

Architecture in SEO

Posted on: September 30th, 2010 by Lina

When you think about SEO, information architecture is not always one of the first things that come to mind, it should be since it plays a significant role in SEO success.

When users factor in these elements, they can build an information architecture based on new information they have found and on some they never knew they had.

Architecture in SEO

Mobile Trends

Posted on: September 30th, 2010 by Lina

It’s not that communication is dying, but instead, other forms of communication are becoming more popular than talking on the phone.

The Asians/Pacific Islanders use approximately 692 minutes per month, and somewhat surprisingly, Whites are last since they use only 647 minutes on a monthly basis.

Mobile Trends

Android-iPhone Update

Posted on: September 29th, 2010 by Lina


The mobile market is a fast-changing place, with fresh developments occurring at what feels like a monthly or even weekly pace.

Fortunately, Michael Martin recently took a few minutes to talk about the iPhone/Android battle and what’s coming next.

Meanwhile, rumor has it that Apple will at least address the iPhone 4’s reception issues with a hardware fix in the near future.

Brick-and-Mortars Businesses

Posted on: September 29th, 2010 by Lina

Because social media is an entirely different playing field, it can be difficult for businesses, especially brick-and-mortar businesses.

Although some of these businesses are starting to see its benefits, they often have trouble knowing what to do with it.

One of the big mistakes they make is simply getting involved with social platforms without having a strategy.

Brick-and-Mortars Businesses

Something New with Twitter

Posted on: September 29th, 2010 by Lina


There is something new with Twitter. Twitter announced the launch of “Promoted Accounts” as a new way to monetize the service.

Twitter will replace Account Verification system with something new.

There have been several pieces of interesting news regarding Twitter. For one, the company stopped verifying accounts, as it has done for celebrities and companies for some time. The company is working on a new system to replace this.

The new design of Twitter.com is now available for more people. Twitter wants to see how big of an impact the new design has on user engagement from the site itself.

Will the replacement for the account verification a better one for all the users? details about this new system remain a mystery, but Twitter says it will be better.

To read more about the new system on Twitter, you can visit related links or Check out their Help Center for updates.

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