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Live Blog: Microsoft Build Developer Conference Keynote

Hello from San Francisco, where Microsoft’s annual Build Conference for developers is kicking off with a morning keynote. What will be covered? You’ll find out along with us, here on the live blog.
The keynote is scheduled to begin at 8:30am PT and run through 11:30am PT. There’s a live stream here, and our live blog is below:





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YouTube CPA review – Is it really worth it

YouTubeCPA can be called as a ultimate youtube marketing kit where it is fully stuffed with lot’s of information about Creating – Publishing – Monetising a youtube video in minutes and start making money in just one day after getting the YouTubeCPA course. If I talk about the author and creator of YouTubeCPA, just google “Siddharth Bagga” and check out his youtube channel wherein he provides a lot of top quality training for free and is also the owner of a online marketing Start-Up – TangoAds.com. Who Should Buy YouTubeCPA ? + If you want to become an YouTube Celeb + If you want to Make Big Money Online + If you are a Beginner Blogger or Marketer + If you want to become an Entrepreneur + If yout want to harness the power of YouTube + If you want to create a automated constant income for you + Online Geeks and All Other Where to Buy YouTubeCPA ? The price of YouTubeCPA is $9 and I bought it for $5 with a discount coupon of $4 and I asked Sid to give me a $4 coupon for my and He gave me…

How to Edit Post Copy on Instagram

Have you made a spelling mistake or grammatical error on an Instagram post? Frustrating, right? Here's an easy way to edit post copy on Instagram without losing engagement. The following how to explains the process on an iPhone.



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After Period Of Neglect Apple Opens Up iAd To “Filmmakers, Small Business Owners”

Apple appears to be reinvigorating its iAd platform in a bid to gain broader advertiser adoption. According to AdAge, “anyone with an Apple ID will be able to open an account with iAd Workbench, the company’s mobile-ad management tool.”
Apple hopes that opening up iAd will bring new categories of advertisers and boost interest in iAd overall. The collateral on the site indicates Apple’s ambition to make iAd more democratic:
Whether you’re an app developer or a filmmaker, a small business owner or an experienced advertiser, reaching the people most likely to be interested in your product is key. With insights from over a half-billion validated iTunes accounts and billions of transactions, nobody knows Apple customers like iAd.
When iAd was launched in 2010, following Apple’s nearly $300 million acquisition Quattro Wireless, Apple required million-dollar budget commitments that only made it accessible to Fortune 500 advertisers. Indeed iAd was supposed to combine the “emotion of TV” with t…

The Best Online Tools To Know Everything About a Website

How do I contact the owner of a website? Where is a particular website hosted? What other websites are hosted on that same server ? Is the site using WordPress or the Drupal platform? What ad networks are they using to monetize a site? Is the site accessible from China?

The best tools to know everything about any website. Picture credit: Flickr

Here are some of the most useful online tools that will help you know each and every detail of any website. Let’s get started.

just-ping.com — Use Just Ping to determine if a particular website or blog is accessible from other contries. Unlike other online ping services that have service in a couple of locations, Just Ping has 30 monitoring stations across the world including Turkey, Egypt and China. If the ping results say 100% Packet Loss, most likely the site is inaccessible from that region.
who.is — If you like to know the contact address, email and phone number of the website owner, this free whois lookup service will help. This is a universa…

Marketing Day: April 1, 2014

Here’s our daily recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.
From Marketing Land:

Twitter’s Advanced Search Now Comes With Easier Access To Date Range

Twitter’s powerful — and underused — Advanced Search feature has added date-range fields. Now if you are looking for tweets during a certain time period, there’s a quick and easy way to narrow down your search. Previously, such searches required users to use arcane coding — since:2014-02-03 until:2014-04-01 — in the search box. It’s a […]

Reddit’s April Foolery Wins A Slow Day For Social Media Pranking

It’s April 1, the day when every fool thinks he (or she) is a master prankster and just about any company with an online presence can’t resist joining the fun. Our colleagues at Search Engine Land are compiling definitive roundups here and here. Surprisingly (mercifully?), the major social media networks seem to be sitting the […]

Google Has 49 Pct Of Mobile Ad Revs, Just 18 P…

Peet's and Razorfish Put Money Where Mouths Have Been for Years | Facebook Loses Still More Marketer Friends | Unclear If Google Can Raise Its Game with Humans

Agencies: Congratulations are in order for Razorfish and its new client Peet's Coffee, who have agreed to compensate the agency based solely on the coffee maker's ecommerce profits, without consideration of billable hours, martinis served at lunch, or whatever else it was that Razorfish once demanded as compensation. Many have claimed to want to do this, [...]



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Twitter’s Advanced Search Now Comes With Easier Access To Date Range

Twitter’s powerful — and underused — Advanced Search feature has added date-range fields. Now if you are looking for tweets during a certain time period, there’s a quick and easy way to narrow down your search.
Previously, such searches required users to use arcane coding — since:2014-02-03 until:2014-04-01 — in the search box.
It’s a small step but it clearly is in keeping with Twitter’s recent efforts to simplify its product.




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