In 1851, Henry Jarvis Raymond and George Jones founded the New-York Daily Times. The paper sold for a penny. By 1857, the company changed its name to The New-York Times. It wasn't until 1896 that it dropped the hyphen. Finally, in 1969, The New York Times (NYSE: NYT) became a publicly traded com
Maurice Wysocki, an information technology worker, was looking to branch out on his own as a contractor last year, allowing him a more flexible schedule and sharply reduced hours some months of the year.
But then the Poughquag, New York, resident hopped on the federal health care exchange to
Google flipped the switch this morning on a new design for its Google Alerts emails.
The change brings Google Alerts closer in line with Google’s general aesthetic. The emails now have a similarly clean look-and-feel to the card-style layout that’s becoming so prevalent in Google search results, Google Now, on Google’s mobile apps and elsewhere.
Ecommerce advertisers traditionally get to have all the fun. The holiday shopping season is the event of the year and about the only thing PPC folks can talk about in Q4. Black Friday! Cyber Monday! Buy, buy, buy!
As someone who manages a lot of B2B PPC accounts, this offends me! (OK, not really. Just play along.)
What about my B2B PPC compatriots? Well, I declare we take the whole....More>>>
Social technology company 8th Bridge released its third-annual Social Commerce IQ report, which looks at nearly 900 online retail brands – including nearly all brands in the Internet Retailer 2013 Top 500 Guide – their social adoption and subsequent results.
What it found was a close race in terms of social network adoption amongst Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest,....More>>>
A good search marketer must understand that the content landscape is changing. This point was once again highlighted in an interesting post written by Jack Marshall at Digiday, on the “death of the webpage”.
As the content landscape shifts, and new formats emerge, the reality is that SEO professionals will need to share their budgets and strategies with other channels and some....More>>>
In an interview published by Irish Independent, Irish airlines Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary claims his airline has entered a partnership with Google, and is providing the search engine with flight pricing to help build a travel search and comparison tool.
“We’ll be sharing the Ryanair pricing through all of the Google outlets, so when you go in, there’ll be route selections,....More>>>