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Why All the Best Decision-Makers Use APIs

By Melissa Duko, June 23, 2016

Businesses are always searching for ways to cut costs and overhead. If there is a way your business could potentially save more than $590 billion, your company would be foolish not to implement that method. So, why aren’t more companies integrating systems with APIs?

The Future Is Here: 5 Things You Need to Know About Chatbots

By Melissa Duko, May 24, 2016

Whether we’re ready or not, the next wave of bots are here: chatbots. Automation at its finest, these bots serve a multitude of functions ranging from personal assistant, to chatting about the weather, to providing flight delay updates.

Click Fraud…Is Your Server To Blame?

By Rich Kahn, November 17, 2014

Click fraud has been around for years and, unfortunately, isn’t going anywhere. It hurts everyone, so obviously we all want it gone. But would you ever guess that your own servers might be part of the problem?

What We Know About Panda 4.0

By Brittany Berger, May 22, 2014

Are you holding on to your seat? Because Google's got the SEO world spinning again. A few days ago, they began rolling out version 4.0 of the Panda algorithm, basically at the same time as they're also rolling out an update of their payday loans algorithm that targets spammy keywords and queries.

Facebook Just Gave You Some Privacy Back

By Brittany Berger, April 30, 2014

This afternoon was Facebook's F8 Developer Conference, where in past years, new changes to Facebook such as Timeline and Open Graph were announced. The conference hasn't been held since 2011, and it's comeback came with giving the people what they want.

What the New Facebook and Twitter Designs Mean for Your Business

By Savannah Marie, April 24, 2014

Facebook and Twitter have changed considerably over the years. One could say that both platforms have even transformed completely in the past few months. Twitter will soon have a redesigned profile which happens to be reminiscent of Facebook’s. And of course, Facebook has also gone through a redesign for both desktop and mobile.

10 Unexpected Places You Can Spend Bitcoin

By Megan Ingenbrandt, March 18, 2014

According to Forbes Magazine, the best investment you could have made in 2013 was to invest in Bitcoin. The use of Bitcoin has seen tremendous growth in the past year. It can now be used to purchase a wide array of goods. And with a current exchange rate of one Bitcoin being roughly equal to $612 USD, it's easy to see that this new exchange isn’t going anywhere.

All You Need to Know About the New iPhones

By Brittany Berger, September 10, 2013

So another Apple event came and went today, and the announcements were pretty on par with what was expected. Two new phones were announced: the iPhone 5S, and a new, lower-cost model called the iPhone 5C that comes in bright colors and has a plastic exterior.

Stop Being Confused About Gmail's New Inbox Technology

By Brittany Berger, August 19, 2013

Stop being confused about Gmail's new inbox and do something about it. The new inbox was announced almost a month ago, and I feel like there are still a lot of users that are very, very confused.

Google's Penguin 2.0 Is Here

By Brittany Berger, May 23, 2013

We all know that nothing shakes the world of search engine optimization quite like a Google algorithm update. The first huge earthquakes were the original roll-outs of Panda and Penguin. Every smaller update to the two algorithms is like an aftershock.