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If your business sells internationally, then your search engine optimization (SEO) efforts need to operate around the world, and international SEO can be complicated. Multiple countries, multiple languages, and often, multiple languages within a given country. It’s easy to get tied up in knots. And even easier to confuse a search engine and create a number of typical SEO issues like duplicate content. Fortunately, good international SEO is achievable; it just needs...

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Introducing Postcards… – Inside Designmodo – Medium

Postcards is here and we want to show them to you! 🚀💌 Postcards by Designmodo on ProductHunt.Using Postcards, you can create beautiful emails/newsletters in minutes with drag and drop features and ready-made modules. Generated and exported emails are optimized for most popular email service providers and email clients (desktop and browsers).We are the firstFor our first email, which announced the Postcards release, we used our new tool. In future we’ll create...

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8 Things to Incorporate Into Your Website Redesign Process

PHOTO: Shutterstock With more than 1 billion websites across the web, your organization’s web presence needs to stand out if you’re hoping for quality visitors, conversions and ultimately qualified sales leads.  With that said, the world now has more than 4 billion internet users, according to the 2018 Global Digital suite of reports from We Are Social and Hootsuite. That...

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Valentine’s Day at Google, giant light bright & no Googlers allowed sign

In this week’s Search In Pictures, here are the latest images culled from the web, showing what people eat at the search engine companies, how they play, who they meet, where they speak, what toys they have and more. Here are some Valentine’s Day photos from Google: Source: Instagram Source: Instagram Source: Instagram Pineapples in the cloud sky at Google: Source: Instagram No Googlers allowed sign: Source: Instagram Giant light bright at Google NYC: Source: Twitter About The Author Read Full Article ...

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Machine Learning’s Secret Sauce? Getting Your Data Right

PHOTO: catherine When it comes to new marketing technology obsessions, it’s easy to see why the likes of artificial intelligence (AI), cognitive computing and machine learning generate such hype. These evocative-sounding technologies conjure images of a brave new world where marketers can sit back, relax and let the machine do real-time, personalized, one-to-one marketing with effortless ease. 'Intelligent' Tech Needs Trustworthy Data...

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Federal Election Commission proposal toughens political ads disclosure rules

The nature of political advertising is manipulation and deception. This was taken to extremes in 2016 as fake news and ads from outside actors and extremist groups sought to manipulate public opinion and influence the presidential election. Now, with Russia expected to meddle in the 2018 midterm elections, the Federal Election Commission (FEC) is considering additional rules and disclosure requirements for online political ads. According to a Bloomberg report: The proposal, written...

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Why Organizations Are Turning To Artificial Intelligence

PHOTO: Shutterstock There's no doubt that AI adoption is increasing, in fact, a recent article from Forbes stated that 80 percent of business are investing in AI. Oracle CEO Mark Hurd agrees and is betting the fortunes of Oracle on the fact that more than half of enterprise data will be managed autonomously by 2020. “The future is autonomous,” Hurd told the...

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Winter Olympics Google doodle for day 8 of the games marks the Lunar New Year

In its ongoing Winter Olympics doodle series, Google has designed a Lunar New Year-inspired animated image to mark day eight of the competitions. Leading to a search for “Winter Olympics,” the doodle includes the usual cast of competing animals — this time putting them on a ski lift at night to watch the Lunar New Year celebrations. “The new moon peeks out over the Doodle Snow Games as our athletes take a...

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What people get wrong about keyword cannibalization

I loathe the term “keyword cannibalization.” The term reminds me of the arguments around one keyword per page. News flash — Pages rank for multiple keywords. According to a study by Ahrefs last year, the average page ranking number one also ranked for about 1,000 other relevant keywords. If your content is relevant enough, you can even have multiple pages show for the same keyword. If you’ve worked with an enterprise, you’ve likely...

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