7 ways protections for online content are being eroded

Recent changes to Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act raise questions about how safe from liability publishers will continue to be for user-generated or third-party content. Contributor Wesley Young discusses threats on the horizon to those protections. The post 7 ways protections for… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article. Marketing Land – […]

SearchCap: Google earnings, fake online reviews & paid search

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. The post SearchCap: Google earnings, fake online reviews & paid search appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. Search Engine Land: News & Info About SEO, PPC, […]

Marketing Day: Facebook video news, online data transparency & Waze teams up with Carto

Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web. The post Marketing Day: Facebook video news, online data transparency & Waze teams up with Carto appeared first on Marketing Land. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article. Marketing Land – Internet Marketing […]

Using Data Visualizations To Leverage Your Online Marketing Data

Imagine this: As the Chief Marketing Officer of your company, you are tasked to report on the annual marketing results by your CEO – and you have to be quick, direct, and efficient in communicating the whole to every stakeholder sitting at the meeting. How do you do it? This might not be a situation […]

4 Boxes to Check Before You Think About Scaling Your Online Ads

What separates us from other savage beasts is our ability to plan for the future. (That being said, a staggering number of humans have consumed Tide pods; whether or not you think our species is special is kind of up to you.) The problem with planning is that we live in a world where gratification […]

Digital Marketing News: More Constantly Online, Google’s Digital Graffiti, AI’s Big Data Push

Roughly One in Four Americans is Online ‘Constantly’ More than a quarter of U.S. adults consider themselves online “almost constantly” according to survey data recently released by the Pew Research Center, a figure that jumps to nearly 39 percent for younger people in the 18-to-29-year-old age group, and Kurt Wagner looks closely at some of […]

How Do Different Age Groups Consume Online Content? [Infographic]

There are six major generations of consumers in the US, and each one has different content preferences. Check out these stats and tips to tailor your content to different age groups. Read the full article at MarketingProfs MarketingProfs Daily: Content

4 Integrated Content Marketing Insights From the Trenches of Online Dating

Left. Left. Left. Right. Left. No, this is not an army drill. These are the swiping habits I’ve picked up from my time online dating. Done in a split second, I can swipe faster than most people can snap their fingers. If you’ve ever dabbled with dating apps or online dating, you know that these […]

YC-backed Playbook wants students to make plans online, hang out offline

 Social planning apps have yet to take the world by storm. A handful of these apps tried and failed years ago, and even Swarm decided to ditch that methodology and focus on location logging. But a new Y Combinator-backed company seems to be picking up traction. And shockingly enough, the winning ingredient seems to be […]

False news spreads faster than truth online thanks to human nature

 The rapidity with which falsity travels is proverbial: “Falsehood flies, and the Truth comes limping after it,” wrote Swift in 1710. Yet evidence of this common wisdom has been scarce. A new study from MIT looks at a decade of tweets, and finds that not only is the truth slower to spread, but that the […]