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Got a New iPad for Christmas? Don’t Read This…

Published on December 27th, 2012 by admin in Mobile

Nothing upsets the person who just invested in or received a new piece of technology like news of the technology being quickly replaced by an unexpected superior new model. Well, there’s a good chance that buyers and recipients of the new iPad 4 this Christmas will only be able to enjoy having the “current model”

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Netflix is Down on Some Devices

Netflix is down due to an outage in Amazon‘s AWS infrastructure, but only on some devices. That’s quite a bummer for Netflix users, especially on Christmas Eve, but the company has acknowledged the problem and is working on a fix. We’re sorry for the Christmas Eve outage. Terrible timing! Engineers are working on it now.

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Discovering Local Citation Opportunities – Whiteboard Friday

Published on December 8th, 2012 by admin in SEO

Posted by randfish Local SEO has become increasingly important for all business, but small businesses are affected the most. As the percentage of mobile searches increases, Google's algorithm begins to assume that more and more of them have local intent. This week, Rand discusses Local Citation and the best ways to utilize the resources out

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What SEO Features Should Your E-Commerce Software Offer?

Published on December 4th, 2012 by admin in SEO

With thousands of individual product detail pages and category pages, e-commerce sites have many opportunities for great SEO. However, it is critical that you choose an e-commerce platform that allows you to control the many factors that are important for SEO. Webmaster Tools Verification When first completing an SEO audit or building a new e-commerce

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You Deserve an Awesome SiteCatalyst Implementation — What’s in a (page)Name?

Published on November 28th, 2012 by admin in Analytics

One of SiteCatalyst’s most basic yet powerful features is the ability to use the pageName variable to help give more meaning and context to your page view, visit, and pathing metrics.  With a good page naming system in place, anybody in your company from the web analyst novice to the high-powered executive will be able

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Sprint Ramps Up LTE Deployment as 2012 Winds Down

Published on November 27th, 2012 by admin in Mobile

In recent weeks, MMW has covered in great detail the expansion of AT&T and Verizon’s 4G LTE networks as they begin to comprehensively cover the United States from east to west. But the nation’s third largest carrier isn’t looking to get lost in the flurry of LTE developments being touted by its competitors. On Monday,

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Airpush Chief Talks Mobile Advertising on Bloomberg TV

Published on September 12th, 2012 by admin in Mobile

This week on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West,” Asher Delug – founder and chief executive officer of Airpush – joined Bloomberg’s Nicole Lapin to discuss the state of mobile advertising and Airpush’s successful business model. As MMW covered in detail last month, Airpush recently rolled out its new SDK 5.0. And the second largest ad network

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Lego Star Wars: Builders of Sound

Published on August 23rd, 2012 by admin in Display

Every office should have one of these! A giant Lego musical machine than when you spin it plays the Star Wars theme. The mix of high tech meets low tech meets toys is an fantastic mix. This picked up 3 Gold Lions this year, oh and a bronze for good measure. Check out the microsite

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Microsoft Touts In-App Purchasing Only Through Windows 8

Published on August 8th, 2012 by admin in Mobile

Microsoft has certainly left the tech world talking about the company’s forthcoming slate of smartphones and tablets, all of which will be powered by the revamped Windows 8 platform. As we get closer to launch, new details are beginning to come to light about Microsoft’s plans for the platform. We can now confirm that Microsoft

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National Zoo Live Streams Cute Critters to Your Phone

Published on August 6th, 2012 by admin in Social Media

Lions and tigers and pandas — oh my — are now available round-the-clock, thanks to a new app for Smithsonian’s National Zoo. Released on Aug. 1, the app features maps, guided tours and information on daily activities. It also includes an alphabetical list of animals, where hundreds of species are described in detail. If a

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