20 Content Marketing Stats Every Marketer and Business Owner Should Know [Infographic]

Are you planning your content marketing strategy for the year ahead? Want to learn the basics before launching your next campaign? The team from SalesIntel share the stats you need to…

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DuckDuckGo Announces Plans to Block Google’s FLoC

DuckDuckGo announces plans to block FLoC, Google’s new way of tracking users’ web browsing activity in Chrome. As Google transitions away from using third-party cookies in Chrome, its developing a…

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Bug in How Google Detects Soft 404s May Be Causing Traffic Losses via @sejournal, @martinibuster

Google’s John Mueller answered a question about an ongoing problem on Google’s side related to soft 404 error response code and how it’s handled. It’s because of a change on…

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SEO Copywriting: How to Write Content For People and Optimize For Google

One of the biggest challenges that bloggers and content marketers face is writing content that’s optimized for search engines, yet will also appeal to people. If you want to build…

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10 Advanced Twitter Tips To Help Your Twitter Account Grow Fast

While Twitter was once exclusively a thought-sharing platform, the channel has evolved, becoming a source of limitless audience reach for the savvy marketer. With 166 million daily active users, it’s…

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How to Make Evergreen PPC Ads

Marketers often create PPC ads based on the latest trends and one-time deals, but these aren’t the only types of paid ads you can create. Evergreen PPC ads are a…

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Google Discover Now Excludes 5 Kinds of Content via @sejournal, @martinibuster

Google Discover What Changed in Google Discover Satirical Content Report that Google Incorrectly Labeling News as Satire Citation Google updated it’s Google Discover policies to add five kinds of content…

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Facebook ran ads fake Clubhouse app malware

Facebook ran ads for a fake ‘Clubhouse for PC’ app planted with malware

Cybercriminals have taken out a number of Facebook ads masquerading as a Clubhouse app for PC users in order to target unsuspecting victims with malware, TechCrunch has learned. TechCrunch was alerted…

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Clubhouse “Leak” Might Be a Simple Data Scrape via @sejournal, @martinibuster

Data Leak Report of Clubhouse “Data Leak” Was Confidential Information Leaked? Possibly Not a Data Leak Why This May Not be a Data Leak of Clubhouse Citations A data leak…

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What is IaaS? How Does it Affect Your e-Commerce Site?

Cloud computing has taken over in recent years, and it offers many opportunities for businesses and users. The terminology can be a little complex though, and like with many IT-related…

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