Quantcast

Author Archive for: ‘Chris Crum’

Google Gives Manufacturers More Control Over Their Product Listings

Google Gives Manufacturers More Control Over Their Product Listings

Google announced the launch of Google Manufacturer Center, which it describes as a tool for brand manufacturers to help them accurately represent their products to shoppers across Google.com, Google Shopping, and other Google services. Manufacturers can upload product data to the tool to make their product listings better. Data right from the manufacturer will be seen as authoritative. “With more …

Read More

Facebook Shows You How To Make Better Video Ads

Facebook Shows You How To Make Better Video Ads

Facebook launched the new Video Ad Creative Spotlight to show advertisers some of the best video ads that are being made. Perhaps you can learn a thing or two from them. “Each month, this spotlight will showcase top video ad creative, highlighting the best video ads across nine verticals: Automotive, Consumer Goods, Entertainment, Financial Services, Gaming, Restaurants, Retail/eCommerce, Technology/Telecom/Durables and …

Read More

Microsoft Office Gets A Google Drive Plug-In

Microsoft Office Gets A Google Drive Plug-In

Google announced the launch of the new Google Drive plug-in for Microsoft Office, which lets Office users open their Word, Excel, and Powerpoint documents stored in Google Drive and save any changes. “With Google Drive, you can keep all your important files in one place, then open them with your choice of apps and devices,” says Google’s Darrell Kuhn. “Building …

Read More

Google Gives An Update On How It Handles New gTLDs

Google Gives An Update On How It Handles New gTLDs

Google is letting webmasters know about how it handles new top level domains. The company says that as many new generic TLDs become available, it wants to provide some insight into how they’re handled in Google search as it has seen and heard a lot of misconceptions about the topic. The most important thing to note is that Google will …

Read More

Square Launches Dashboard Analytics App For iOS

Square Launches Dashboard Analytics App For iOS

Square just released a new Dashboard app aimed at making it easier for businesses to make decisions from their mobile devices based on data. The app has been in beta, but is now available to all. “During our beta program, sellers using the app opened it 12 times per day, on average; that’s more than once an hour during a …

Read More

Is Your Social Media Customer Service Improving?

Is Your Social Media Customer Service Improving?

Over the past decade, social media has presented businesses with a tremendous amount of opportunities to reach and engage with customers and potential customers in ways that were never before possible. You would think that by now social media-based customer service would be nearly flawless given all of the tools companies like Facebook and Twitter have launched over time. Unfortunately, …

Read More

Google Cloud Platform Gains Application Default Credentials Feature

Google Cloud Platform Gains Application Default Credentials Feature

Google just announced the Application Default Credentials feature for Google Cloud Platform. “When you write applications that run on Google Compute Engine instances, you might want to connect them to Google Cloud Storage, Google BigQuery, and other Google Cloud Platform services,” writes Vijay Subramani, Technical Program Manager, Google Cloud Platform in a blog post. “Those services use OAuth2, the global …

Read More

Instagram Finally Brings Search To Web Interface

Instagram Finally Brings Search To Web Interface

Instagram announced on Monday that people can now search for people, places, and hashtags on the web. Finally. Instagram has always been a mobile-first service, and until now, the web experience has had little to offer beyond the user’s feed of content from accounts they follow, their own profiles, and the ability to interact with posts and grab their embed …

Read More

Bing Launches Native Ads On MSN For Search Marketers

Bing Launches Native Ads On MSN For Search Marketers

Microsoft announced the beta launch of Bing Native Ads, which let advertisers target intent outside of search. According to the company, the strongest intent signals on the web are users’ interests expressed by prior search queries, signals from the content of the experience in which they’re at at any given point, and user actions like looking for products or taking …

Read More

Recently Added Google Ranking Signal Benefits Etsy Sellers

Recently Added Google Ranking Signal Benefits Etsy Sellers

It’s a good time to be an Etsy seller as far as visibility in Google search is concerned. Earlier this year, Google announced two major pieces of news with regards to how it ranks search results on mobile devices. The one that got the majority of industry coverage was related to the mobile-friendliness of sites. The other was that Google …

Read More

eBay Delivery Feedback Feature Draws Ire From Sellers

eBay Delivery Feedback Feature Draws Ire From Sellers

eBay has been testing a new feedback feature that reportedly may be rolling out to all users. It enables customers to say whether or not they received the item they purchased on or before a specific estimated delivery date. Yes and no are the only options. There is no field for additional details or comment. While eBay has let buyers …

Read More

Email Spam Rate Lowest In Over A Decade

Email Spam Rate Lowest In Over A Decade

Email spam levels have reached a twelve-year low according to research from Symantec. The company released its June Intelligence Report looking at targeted attacks and phishing, vulnerabilities, malware, mobile and social media, and of course spam. “There is good news this month on the email-based front of the threat landscape,” it says. “According to our metrics, the overall spam rate …

Read More

Page 5 of 696« First...«34567»102030...Last »