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Release of web and social media apps including a new link shortener, along with consulting services to help people and businesses create more effective websites, social media strategies and viral
Earlier this week, the story of a startup company who discovered the majority of their ad clicks on Facebook came from bots made big news on the web. Facebook has yet to find any evidence to back up their claims.
The development team for new social networking site SpoonerSpot.com has accumulated a vast amount of user feedback and is using that information to formulate the direction of an upcoming redesign.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently stated that it would propose more stringent standards to safeguard the privacy and data of children who utilize the Internet.
Nashville marketing firm, Horton Group has examined recent news over the 2012 Summer Olympics television coverage and uncovered and interesting case study
Limited Run began to notice something strange happening: not every click coming from their Facebook ads seemed to be from an actual human. Tom Mango, Limited Run's co-founder, clarified the situation for redorbit.com today.
Two months after revealing a revamped Bing search engine, and in continuing to promote its social status, software giant Microsoft has added a new Facebook feature to Bing’s social sidebar.
Amerinet’s strategic education partner grows its social media presence St.
Businesses using social media have already uncovered a valuable resource for connecting with large audiences from a centralized location.
Facebook released its second quarter earnings this week - the first report since its fumbled IPO in May - and the industry watched as the mixed report of revenues offset by fees relating to the IPO unfolded.
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