Daiwa Securities Group Inc. increased its position in FMC Corp (NYSE:FMC) by 4.1% in the fourth quarter, according to the company in its most recent Form 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The fund owned 5,056 shares of the basic materials company’s stock after
If you’re a Flickr Pro user, you have about 24 hours to download the historical stats and referrer data associated with your photos. CSV and/or Excel files are available via your stats page until 12:00 pm PDT tomorrow, June 1st. You’ll see a yellow warning message like the one below, with a direct link to the download page:
After tomorrow’s deadline, Pro users will....More>>>
Creating unique, high quality content for company websites, blogs or social is one of the biggest challenges businesses face. Each piece you publish must accurately reflect your business and be unique, engaging, and relevant to have any positive effect with your readers – and with search engines.
Use this informal litmus test to see how your content measures up. Be critical in your....More>>>
In what amounted to a “State of Google Plus” talk today, Google’s Bradley Horowitz said “we need to improve,” hinted at some features that may be in Google’s pipeline and called Facebook’s new sharing controls “familiar.”
Horowitz, the VP of Product for Google Plus, spoke to Tim O’Reilly during an hour-long, live webcast conversation....More>>>
Google and the Associated Press have reached an agreement allowing Google to continue using AP content. But whether this is a long-term agreement replacing the one that expired last month is unclear. And despite the agreement, AP stories won’t be hosted by Google News any time soon, it seems. Yahoo’s also struck a new deal with the AP.
Facebook’s new analytics are designed to make paid advertisers – retailers more than others, perhaps – feel better about their spends. In the coming weeks, the social network’s Ads Manager dashboard will no longer simply be about how many click-throughs or “likes” a paid promotion creates.
Marketers soon will be able to track “any action that can....More>>>
Ever wanted to find really random sites or articles, but when you search in Google all you get are results from the most popular websites? Meet Million Short, a new search engine that lets you purge up to 1 million of the web’s most prominent sites to provide users with non-relevant search results to give you something new and interesting.
The Google blog posted their weekly, “this week in search” announcing small but important changes released on Google search. They include expanding the search suggestions user interface internationally, adding more language support to real-time search, adding refinements to local search queries and introducing lists for bookmarks.
On Google.com, Google used a boldface for search....More>>>
Google has revealed plans to map some 2,000 miles of canal towpaths to add to its services in an effort to encourage people to get out and explore the waterways of the UK.
Google is undertaking the project in conjunction with the Canal & River Trust, which is responsible for the UK’s water systems, and wants to highlight the existence of canal path routes through towns and cities....More>>>
AdGooroo has released a new study titled Yahoo! Bing PPC Performance Metrics that analyzes advertiser participation and performance metrics on the Yahoo! Bing network through Bing Ads compared to Google AdWords. The study looked at U.S. advertisers in six verticals during Q312.
Backing up one of the loudest complaints among advertisers about the Yahoo! Bing network, the study found that....More>>>
Signature Financial Management Inc. lowered its stake in Vanguard Total Stock Market ETF (NYSEARCA:VTI) by 1.7% during the second quarter, according to its most recent 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The institutional investor owned 56,347 shares of the company
Deutsche Telekom forecast that its earnings would continue to grow in 2019 but by less than expected as Chief Executive Tim Hoettges looks to close a key U.S. merger, acquire spectrum and roll out 5G services.
Consumers have more choices about nearly every purchase than they've ever had before. It's no longer necessary to visit a physical store to buy most things, and for the vast majority of products, shoppers can pick from multiple retailers on their phone or computer.