I don’t know about you, but I miss taking classes. I miss taking notes, studying, and most of all, learning a ton of new skills. That’s not to say I don’t learn a lot on the job here at HubSpot — because I absolutely do. But sometimes, there’s nothing quite like listening to a lecture, taking notes, and doing homework. Given the frequency at which new technologies and software are developed, it can be overwhelming to try to keep up your knowledge by only reading blog posts and ebooks. That’s where self-paced online learning comes in. I’ve taken a few awesome courses and certifications through HubSpot Academy, including an inbound […]
Jess Budde, Greg Finn, and Christine “Shep” Zirnheld are talking about Google’s leadership changes, mini Snapchat apps, and Facebook News. Plus, Amazon wants to scan you for your body type, the worst fonts for a Data Studio report, and Google details their spam-fighting efforts (we’re not talking about canned swine). Introducing Snap Minis At their Partner Summit event, Snap announced a lineup of lightweight apps that will live inside the Snapchat app for users to enjoy with their friends. Users will be able to reserve movie tickets, identify dog breeds, meditate, study for exams, or compare class schedules without downloading […] The post Snapchat Mini Apps & This Week’s Digital […]
Jess Budde, Greg Finn, and Christine “Shep” Zirnheld are talking about Google’s leadership changes, mini Snapchat apps, and Facebook News. Plus, Amazon wants to scan you for your body type, the worst fonts for a Data Studio report, and Google details their spam-fighting efforts (we’re not talking about canned swine). Introducing Snap Minis At their Partner Summit event, Snap announced a lineup of lightweight apps that will live inside the Snapchat app for users to enjoy with their friends. Users will be able to reserve movie tickets, identify dog breeds, meditate, study for exams, or compare class schedules without downloading any additional apps. Snap also announced that Bitmoji will now […]
Google Ads announced they are updating their ad policies this week, specifically as it relates to employment, housing, and credit. While the announcement is short on overly specific detail, here are the initial things we know. Affected Categories Citing its already-existing ad policies that prohibit targeting and excluding based on sensitive categories, Google will now be adding the following categories to the list. This will impact advertisers in the housing, employment, and credit sectors: gender age parental status marital status zip code The existing categories that were already globally disallowed from targeting include (but aren’t limited to): religion ethnicity ract sexual orientation personal hardships The announcement simply states it will […]
The content generation technology and techniques I’m going to demonstrate in this column would seem out of a science fiction novel, but they are real and freely accessible now. After I completed the coding experiments and started to write this piece, I pondered the positive and negative implications of sharing this information publicly. As you will see, it is relatively easy now to produce machine-generated content and the quality of the generations is improving fast. This led me to the sad conclusion that we would see far more spammy results than before. Fortunately, Google recently released its 2019 spam report that put me at ease. Ever look at your email […]
Optimizing these eight important elements of PPC campaigns will drive more qualified online traffic to your business and increase your revenue. The post 8 Simple Google Ads Tips That Will Make You More Money via @SusanEDub appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Hit a snag with your link building campaign? Here are three ideas for optimizing your link building processes to make them smoother and more efficient. The post 3 Link Building Tips to Help Obtain & Easily Track Authority Backlinks via @alextachalova appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Whether you are handmaking stuff, coding, or building links – whatever it is that you’re doing on a daily basis –you’re most likely trying to nail the process to avoid facing the same issues over and over. When it comes to link building, I try to review our processes at least on a biweekly basis to ensure that my team isn’t wasting their time doing something that is absolutely useless. Also, with the constant growth of clients and the number of links we need to build, we have to keep the quality of links on the same level. Anyone who’s involved in link building would say that it’s not as […]
Are you looking for the best one page WordPress themes for your website? WordPress one page themes are perfect if you want to set up a minimal and modern business website. There are many professional one page themes available to choose from. This can make it hard to pick the right one for your site, especially if you’re new to WordPress. In this article, we will share some of the best one page WordPress themes that you can use on your website. Building a One Page Website with WordPress A self-hosted WordPress.org site is the perfect platform to build your one page website. Note: WordPress.org is different from WordPress.com. See […]
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