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This post was originally was originally published here by Litmus. June 30, 2016 By Kayla Lewkowicz We’re thrilled to introduce Janette, Ruh, and Ana—the newest additions to the Litmus family. INTRODUCING JANETTE, SENIOR DESIGNER Janette joins the team from the beautiful shores of Hawaii as a self-taught designer. Though she initially majored in Computer Science, she didn’t […]

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This post was originally was originally published here by Search Engine Watch. Facebook has announced a new change to its News Feed algorithm, favouring personal posts over news stories, in an attempt to maintain its personal element. What does this *really* mean for publishers though? Facebook is all about connecting people with their friends and family and […]

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This post was originally was originally published here by WordStream. Although there weren’t as many major headlines in the world of paid search this month as there were in May, there was still plenty going on in the digital marketing industry. Google shook things up by changing the long-standing yellow color of its AdWords ad tags to […]

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This post was originally was originally published here by Search Engine Watch. The online marketing world can be somewhat of a wild west in many regards, with SEO at the center of the chaos. Of the thousands of providers across Australia there are no shortages of promises, case studies and packages available for every business size. The […]

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This post was originally was originally published here by Search Engine Watch. Recently I’ve been reading a lot about the effects beacons and proximity marketing may have on search strategy. (I actually work for a company that makes beacons and management software, so it’s not just me being boring). I’ve found little doubt that it will bring some […]

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This post was originally was originally published here by Google – Inside AdWords.

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This post was originally was originally published here by Search Engine Watch. Instagram’s the best. Where else can you find out the best place to get a hipster kebab AND take a terrifying white-water raft ride AND be subjected to endless Kardashian selfies all in a single scroll. Snapchat, Twitter, Facebook… yeah yeah, sure, alright, shut up. […]