We now live in a digital era where most people can't bear the thought of being apart from a computer, which is why people love to keep their smartphones within arms reach at all times. At this point, you can do almost anything on your phone, from checking your email to using an app to order a pizza and track its progress to your front door. Some people keep their entire life organized and in order using their phones.
Facebook and Google have long been taking cues from each other. Earlier this year, Google+ was redesignedand looked a lot more like Facebook. Before that, Facebook introduced the 'Subscribe' button to allow one-way connections similar to adding someone to a circle on Google+. On Wednesday, after about a month of testing,Facebook introduced "Sponsored Results," which is geared towards those using the Facebook search bar.
It's no secret that Internet users go to Twitter to share and look for information. News travels fast in a social media world, and not just big news like earthquakes and celebrity deaths. Many Twitter users will share any web content they find interesting, from helpful blog posts to funny YouTube videos to Instagram-ed pictures of food.
Online marketing involves way more than it first seems. A successful search engine marketer thinks beyond the search engine results page. A social media marketer needs to think about what happens after the tweet. An email marketer must look past the email newsletter. The best advertisement, social post, or email in the history of the Internet can still fail to produce results. This is because getting a user to click on that linked content is only the first step of a process. If the link...
There's a joke that goes something like this: Question: Where's the best place to hide a dead body? Answer: On page 2 of search results.