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Forget SEO, develop personality instead
Vancouver 24hrs
When the Internet first started to blow up in the late 90s, individuals treated it like a public journal while companies viewed it as another version of the Yellow Pages. Over a decade later, people are more scared than ever that the things they write in their journals may end up online, and companies worry about being lost amidst the change — just like the Yellow Pages.
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Satellite crowdsourcing adds 2 million searchers for missing jet
Bloomberg
Tomnod.com, a crowdsourcing website run by DigitalGlobe (DGI), has tapped more than two million people to scan through satellite images searching for clues about missing Malaysian Airline Systems Bhd. (MAS) Flight 370. About 645,000 features have been flagged in pictures in Tomnod's largest-ever campaign, DigitalGlobe said in a blog posting.
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Cloud computing and enterprises: Proof that opposites can attract
Forbes
Everything the cloud stands for is diametrically opposed to what enterprise computing stands for. But that’s okay — cloud promises to free up and expand enterprises in ways never imaginable with traditional systems. That's one of the key takewaways of a talk given by Chris Kemp, founder of Nebula, co-founder of OpenStack and former CTO of NASA, speaking at the Compute Midwest conference.
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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg says U.S. government threat to Internet
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In a strongly-worded post, Mark Zuckerberg hit out at the U.S. government over the alleged surveillance and monitoring of web users by the National Security Agency (NSA). "I've been so confused and frustrated by the repeated reports of the behaviour of the U.S. government. When our engineers work tirelessly to improve security, we imagine we're protecting you (Facebook users) against criminals, not our own government," Zuckerberg wrote.
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Concerned about less traffic from Google search?
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Anyone who has kept a log of the traffic from Google keyword searches in recent years is very aware of a downward trend. If you rely on website traffic from Google search, you should be concerned. Myriad websites have experienced that downward trend over the last few years, and high-profile websites with such problems continue to make news.
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Forget SEO, develop personality instead
Vancouver 24hrs
When the Internet first started to blow up in the late 90s, individuals treated it like a public journal while companies viewed it as another version of the Yellow Pages. Over a decade later, people are more scared than ever that the things they write in their journals may end up online, and companies worry about being lost amidst the change — just like the Yellow Pages.

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Microsoft invests $15 million in Foursquare: What that means for SEO on Bing
Business 2 Community
An exciting new partnership has been announced between Microsoft and Foursquare. It promises to bring benefits to each of the companies, as well as to the users of the products and applications. Microsoft, a software giant in the tech industry has invested $15 million in Foursquare, a location-based app that has grown in popularity since its debut in 2009.

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Try these alternatives for your landline phone service to save money
Calgary Herald
Landline phone service has been supplanted to some degree by cell phones, but there are some other alternatives that use VoIP (Voice over IP) to offer you a home phone with all the frills at a fraction of the cost of what a traditional vendor charges.

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4 simple ways to use web analytics for smarter CRO testing
Search Engine Watch
Conversion rate optimization (CRO) has quickly shifted the priorities of marketing departments over the last few years. What began as a passion project among small pockets of data-driven marketers has become the central focus of many marketing teams due to the ability of CRO to unlock new revenue opportunities, sometimes virtually overnight. It’s no surprise CRO was tied alongside content marketing as a top priority among client-side marketers in 2013.
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How PSTN voice in Lync Online will bring unified VoIP to the masses
Beta News
Let's be honest with ourselves: in its current app-driven iterations, VoIP is nothing more than a value added novelty. Sure, we Skype with grandma and Lync with our coworkers, but the extent of VoIP penetration into our daily lives starts and stops in bite sized chunks. As much as every me-too VoIP provider would love for us to conduct our lives according to the functionality of their limited purpose apps, the average person usually doesn't have the same feelings about VoIP as IT pros do.
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6 ways to help your teens cope with social media stress
Huffington Post
Image, social strata, beauty, personality; for many teens, this is all being defined by their latest Instagram photo or the number of friends they have on Facebook. While cyberbullying and predators get the focus of our concern, the angst that arises upon simply opening up the latest social networking site increases stress and anxiety for teens who, by the way, have recently been identified as the most stressed people in America.
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How to make e-marketing work for your business
IT Pro Portal
When you want to make people aware of your product or service, persuade them to consider buying it, and get them to prefer it over the competition, email marketing is an inexpensive way to pull all three of these levers. But how can you get the most out of your email activities?
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