11 Delicious and Fluffy Android 6.0 Marshmallow Features

It was teased last May during the Google I/O 2015 keynote. At the time Android M was debuted as a pre-release and Google’s Sundar Pichaistated the company had “gone back to the basics” and improved quality of the platform for users. After months of speculation, Google…

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Google to Provide Instant Information on Over 900 Health Conditions

Google has added support for the health conditions feature of its Knowledge Graph, now providing instant information on over 900 health conditions. When you Google a health condition, like “Legionnaires’ disease”, Google will give you a snippet of information with the important details. Google worked…

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Google to Penalize Sites That Prompt You to Download Their App

Google has come out fighting against app download interstitials — those prompts you get from some websites that want you to download their mobile app. Today the search giant announced that, as of November 1st, sites with intrusive app download interstitials will be penalized: “After…

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Instagram to Open its Advertising Platform to All Users on September 30

Instagram has announced that, as of September 30th, self-serve advertising will be available to all users. In addition, Instagram will make its advertising platform available to countries around the world. Previously, Instagram advertising was only available to a limited number of major brands. Making it…

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How Fiverr Conquered Conversion with 400 A/B Tests and Counting

Meet madmoo. She lives in the United Kingdom. She will find a unique way of visually presenting your copy, be it with coffee, rocks, blocks, magnets or even alphabet-shaped pasta. In a lesser world, finding someone to execute such a niche project could be a…

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Google and Twitter Reportedly Working Together on a Content Delivery Platform

Recode reports that Google and Twitter are working together on their own ‘instant articles’ solution, which is said to aid in the distribution of content to mobile devices. Multiple sources have told Recode when people click on links in either a Twitter feed or a Google…

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The 4 Biggest Pinterest Marketing Mistakes

I’m a bit embarrassed to share my early Pinterest Pins. But here they are anyway. A pin loaded with hashtags, a really odd-sized image, an image with a one-word description, a Pin with no description at all. I’ve made a lot of mistakes with Pinterest,…

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