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Time Warner Cable Owes Woman $229,500 for Nonstop Robocalls

Time Warner Cable Owes Woman $229,500 for Nonstop Robocalls

Depending on which survey you look at, Time Warner Cable is either the most-despised or second most-despised company in America. It’s tough to pinpoint why this is. Honestly. I have no idea. But I think I’ve figured it out. Robocalls! A Texas woman will receive a pretty sizable chunk of change after a court ruled that Time Warner Cable violated …

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Here Are Your Latest 10 Tips For Improving Email Open Rates (Plus Some Additional Advice)

Here Are Your Latest 10 Tips For Improving Email Open Rates (Plus Some Additional Advice)

If you run email marketing campaigns, you’re on a constant quest to improve your open rates. There are plenty of tactics out there that you can employ to potentially increase them, and an infographic from Sikich (via MarketingProfs) gives you ten of them: Earlier this year, we looked at what it takes to improve email open rates as those in …

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How Should B2B Companies Approach Pinterest?

How Should B2B Companies Approach Pinterest?

Are there benefits to spending time and resources on Pinterest when you’re a B2B company? Sure, people love it for finding recipes, crafts, and other consumer-facing ideas, and there’s plenty of hype about how great of a marketing tool it has become, but does this apply to you? Are you a B2B business using Pinterest? Has it been worth your …

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This Infographic Looks At The Next Generation Of Commerce

This Infographic Looks At The Next Generation Of Commerce

The recent 2015 Next Generation of Commerce study from Acquity Group, looks at what the firm considers “untapped opportunities” for brands across nontraditional spaces. It says these opportunities cater to younger generations especially. For one, it found that nearly half of consumers (45%) say recognizing a brand they often buy on multiple media channels, such as TV, social media and …

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Email Marketing Study Suggests Sending More, Just Not To Recipients’ Primary Accounts

Email Marketing Study Suggests Sending More, Just Not To Recipients’ Primary Accounts

Return Path recently released an email marketing study suggesting that the frequency that generates maximum response without excessive complaints differs among brands as well as based on account type. It maintains that marketers can send more messages without suppressing response, but not necessarily to users’ primary accounts. The study makes use of data from over 600,000 users over the course …

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Bing Ads Home Page Gains Highly Requested Features

Bing Ads Home Page Gains Highly Requested Features

Microsoft had added customized modules and period-over-period comparison features to the Bing Ads homepage. According to the company, these have been the two most requested features since a recent Bing Ads revamp. The new features are designed to make it easier to do more in less time when it comes to monitoring accounts and finding ways to improve performance. “You …

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Amazon Celebrates 20th Birthday with New “Prime Day” Shopping Event

Amazon Celebrates 20th Birthday with New “Prime Day” Shopping Event

If you’re thinking about signing up for Amazon Prime, it might be a decent idea to do it by July 15th. Amazon has just announced Prime Day, an online shopping “holiday” for Prime members that it says will trump Black Friday in terms of deals offered. According to the company, Prime Day will take place on July 15th and is …

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AT&T, DirecTV Merger Reportedly Nearing Approval

AT&T, DirecTV Merger Reportedly Nearing Approval

It appears to be smooth sailing for AT&T in its acquisition of DirecTV, as the merger has reportedly cleared one major hurdle and is about to clear the last. Reuters reports that the Department of Justice has already wrapped up its review of the deal. Bloomberg says that the DoJ imposed no conditions on the mega-merger. AT&T first agreed to …

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Facebook Has a New Logo

Facebook Has a New Logo

Facebook has a new logo. No, it’s not a dramatic change. Facebook isn’t going all Airbnb. The subtle shift involves a different “a” and thinner lettering. Facebook Product Designer Christophe Tauziet revealed the new logo on Twitter: Say hello to the new Facebook logo pic.twitter.com/ofoFm4JQmK — Christophe Tauziet (@ChrisTauziet) June 30, 2015 Here’s the old one, for comparison: The new …

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YouTube Is Giving Creators 10 Helpful New Features

YouTube Is Giving Creators 10 Helpful New Features

Google announced a list of ten new features that are coming soon to help YouTube Creators. Some will become available over the coming weeks, and others may take a bit longer, but they’re all expected to be available this year. That’s about as specific as Google is getting on the releasing at this point. For now, let’s get to the …

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Apple to Pay $450M in e-book Price Fixing Case

Apple to Pay $450M in e-book Price Fixing Case

In 2013, a US Federal judge ruled that Apple conspired with major publishers to raise prices on e-books following the launch of the iBookstore. Now, a US Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld the decision. In a 2-to-1 ruling, the court concluded that Apple did, in fact, orchestrate a conspiracy to raise ebook prices. “We conclude that the district court …

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Square Officially Launches Its Payroll Service

Square Officially Launches Its Payroll Service

Square has just announced another tool for small businesses – but instead of dealing with how they get paid, it’s looking to help with how they pay their employees. Square has officially launched Square Payroll. Currently, the service is available to anyone in California – and Square says it’s looking to expand into more states soon. The company first began …

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