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Google, Microsoft, or Facebook: Who Dropped The Ball With Your Online Privacy?

By Drew Bowling The latest round in the ‘Who’s Doing Internet Worse?’ roulette Google, Microsoft, and Facebook are locked in a precarious blame game about who failed with your online privacy. First, Google gets caught bypassing a security feature in Safari that allowed the company to track users despite the no-tracking settings in Safari. Then […]

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5 Ways to Make Your LinkedIn Ad Campaigns Rock You Like a Hurricane

By Oli Gardner | Google+ via Unbounce.com Of all the social networking sites that offer pay-per-click (PPC) advertising, LinkedIn is the most geared to reaching professionals, business owners, entrepreneurs and executives. With a little creativity in targeting, as well as ad and landing page design, you can improve your LinkedIn ad campaign conversions. 1. Targeting Best practices […]

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Should You Advertise on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter?

By Peter Wylie Are you wondering if it makes sense to advertise on your favorite social network? Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn all have different demographic profiles and use cases that may provide good advertising opportunities. All three platforms are also developing new and innovative ways to target advertising messages, based on the overwhelming amount of […]

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Linking Up With LinkedIn

Nobody’s made a movie about it yet (as far as we know) and its CEO has yet to appear on Time Magazine’s cover as Person of the Year. But LinkedIn has more than 90 million members worldwide, and it claims to have executives from all Fortune 500 companies included on that list. So what exactly […]

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LinkedIn vs. Facebook for Business in 2011 – The Battle Begins!

by Neal Schaffer @socialmediatoday.com LinkedIn and Facebook would seem to have very little in common going into 2011: One platform was created as a closed and trusted networking site for professionals while the roots of the other come from being an open “face book” of college students.  While LinkedIn has built up a dominant presence […]

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