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How to Identify the Right Content to Share on Social Media

Content curation has emerged as a powerful way of generating relevant information for achieving better engagement with your social media audience. It is different from content marketing because curation is the process of discovering content relevant to your audience and sharing it in an organised way through your social media …

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How To Get More Search Traffic by Spying on Your Clients’ Competitors

Sometimes, the key to boosting your clients’ search rankings isn’t about outsmarting the competition; it’s about imitating what they’re doing and doing it better. A little spying on your clients’ competitors can give you a lot of actionable ideas on how to get more search traffic for your client. 1. …

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How To Get More Search Traffic With Long Tail Keywords

One of the best ways to get traffic to your website without spending extra money is through keyword research. More specifically, targeting the right “long tail keywords” with your content can make all the difference when it comes to the amount of traffic you get from the search engines. Not …

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Are Infographics Really That Great of a Content Type for Link Bait?

That was quick, wasn’t it? Okay, that’s just me attempting a joke. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves and discuss this a bit more in-depth. Infographic link bait have been around for a good couple of years. First, they were just a novelty – something you looked at thinking, …

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4 Ways You’re Driving Away Your Web Traffic

Driving traffic to your site takes a lot of time, effort and money. So it’s frustrating to find that, according to Fireclick Index, the online global conversion rate is 4.2%. Yep that’s right, 96% of that traffic that you worked so hard to get, just left without a second thought. …

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New touch-to-search feature brings rapid search to Chrome for Android

Chrome for Android now has a slick touch-to-search feature that will turn anything you highlight into a search query. The feature is in Chrome version 43. Google announced the update on its Chrome Releases Blog, but often times such new tricks take a while to work their way into the …

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AMD’s HDMI-compatible FreeSync display teases buttery-smooth gaming for the masses

At Computex 2015, AMD revealed a prototype FreeSync panel that aims to squash one of the most notable limitations of variable refresh monitors: their reliance on DisplayPort technology. Variable refresh rate monitors force the panels to refresh their image in concert with your PC’s graphics card, eliminating the pesky problems …

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The Internet of Things and the currency of privacy

If you’re like most people, you share a lot of personal information with companies like Google and Facebook for the convenience their free services provide. In turn, these companies sell your tastes and preferences to marketers, probably for less than $2 a pop. You read that right. The Financial Times …

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Cut the cord and leave cable TV behind

cost of cable found that the price of expanded basic cable service increased by 5.1 percent [PDF] in 2012, and additional reports show that those prices have continued to rise, unabated, ever since. Millions of consumers are now cutting the cord that provides television services while keeping the one that …

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Prototype of HP’s futuristic ‘Machine’ coming next year

A prototype of Hewlett-Packard’s futuristic Machine computer will be ready for partners to develop software on by next year, though the finished product is still half a decade away. The single-rack prototype will have 2,500 CPU cores and an impressive 320TB of main memory, CTO and HP Labs Director Martin …

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