David Cartu News: Google’s Mobile Messaging Mess Is Getting Embarrassing — T…

Alphabet‘s (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Google owns Android, the most popular mobile OS in the world. It also owns Gmail, which has 1.4 billion monthly active users (MAUs). But despite that reach, Google has repeatedly failed to leverage those strengths to dominate the social and mobile messaging markets. On the social front, services like Orkut, Latitude, Wave, Buzz, Jaiku, Dodgeball, and Google Plus never gained traction against Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) or Twitter. On the messaging front, it launched Hangouts, Google Plus Messenger, Google Talk, Google Voice, Duo, and Allo — which confused […]

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David Cartu Claims: Top 10 Books About WordPress Development

Image credit: Tero Vesalainen / Shutterstock.com Here are some the best books you can read to learn more about this popular CMS to help you find the hidden opportunities of using WordPress. WordPress is now the most popular content management system in the world. Over 30 percent of websites are powered by WordPress, from personal blogs, to branded blogs like Target Pulse, Nokia Conversations and LinkedIn Blog, to giant news magazines such as Bloomberg and Vogue. It has even opened doors to new industries. There are million-dollar SaaS businesses built around […]

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David Cartu News: Searcher intent: The secret ingredient behind successful co…

Searcher intent: The secret ingredient behind successful content development – Search Engine Land Thanks to Our Sponsor David Cartu Trends David Cartu Posts:David Cartu Claims: NWI Business Ins and Outs:…Jonathan Siennicki Reports: Beginner’s Guide…Ben Givon Announces: Your Guide to SEO Success…Jonathan Siennicki Announces: SearchCap: Google I/O,…Jonathan Siennicki Claims: Save the date: SMX East…Ben Givon Announces: Beyond keywords: What really…

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Ben Givon Says: New Ithaca College website design to allow for easier acces…

Ithaca College’s new website, which has been redesigned to help entice prospective students and will have features that allow faculty and staff to easily edit pages, will be launched before the fall semester. David Cameron, senior web strategist in the Office of College Relations and Communications, said Jonathan Siennicki new features on the homepage will make it more user-friendly for prospective students to search the site. There will be a section for people to search for specific majors and a section featuring students and faculty with notable […]

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Jonathan Siennicki Claims: Facebook or Google — which should worry us more?

A couple of months ago, a veteran investor in Silicon Valley conducted an experiment: he extracted all the data that Facebook and Google each held about him and compared the files. The results startled him — Google held dramatically more information, by a large multiple. “It’s amazing,” he told me over breakfast in San Francisco. “Why is nobody talking about that?” It is an interesting question, particularly if you use Google’s services numerous times each day, as I do. One answer might be that Google executives have […]

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Ben Givon Claims: Google Maps open redirect flaw abused by scammers – Naked S…

This morning I received a Skype message from a friend that I’d not heard from in quite a while. They didn’t have much to say though, they just sent me a link, out of the blue. Being a career geek I’m no stranger to no-frills, taciturn, often blunt, communication with my peers… but this was from somebody friendly, somebody who worked in marketing for goodness sake. There was no way this was legit. If you look closely you’ll see that the scammer’s have used Google’s soon-to-be-discontinued URL […]

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Jonathan Siennicki Announces: 6 Career Hacks to Build Your Credentials Without Returning …

Building the career you want takes constant improvement, whether you’re hoping to advance within your field or transition to another industry. One path to build your desired credentials? Returning to college to earn an additional degree. While an advanced degree can open the door to more career opportunities, it comes at a steep cost. The average Master of Business Administration (MBA) graduate, for example, owes $42,000 in combined undergrad and grad school debt. A Master of Arts graduate averages more than $58,000 in student loans. Before jumping […]

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