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Strong Figures Not Enough For Twitter – Failure to Bring Large Growth Costs Company Support

In 140 characters or less, spell a social network that’s struggling to find its place. Actually, it doesn’t even take 140 characters, it’s only seven: Twitter. Things in the Twitterverse seem to be taking an odd spin as the second quarter figures for the social media network contained good news and bad news. The good… read more »

15 Easy-to-Miss Ideas to Improve Your Customer Support

Polite, courteous, nice — important, but not enough. Your customers are smart enough to know if you’re faking it. The old school techniques are indeed a must, but it can only take you just so far. Customer service has moved far away from the traditional back-end operation and cost center, to a brand focussed profit… read more »

Ear Plugs Receive Plenty of Support at Kickstarter – X-Pro Hearing Protection Easily Reaches Campaign Goal

Hearing protection is just a button’s push away with new ear plugs that mix technology with the basic idea of ear guards. Pro Sounds X-Pro Hearing Protection may have just launched its crowdsourcing campaign to back the innovative product but, within hours, the company achieved its $15,000 goal with extra dollars collected. It’s an impressive… read more »

How To Scale Google My Business Support For Enterprises Like A Boss

Troubleshooting Google My Business issues is difficult enough for a single location, so how can multi-location businesses keep up? Columnist Andrew Shotland shares his strategy. The post How To Scale Google My Business Support For Enterprises Like A Boss appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. View… read more »

Regional Associations Lend Support To Search Engine Land Awards

Learn more about the local and regional search marketing professional groups to participate in judging and provide support to #TheLandys as promotional partners. The post Regional Associations Lend Support To Search Engine Land Awards appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. View full post on Search Engine… read more »

Gay Pride Month Gets Google’s Support With Rainbow-Colored Images For LGBT Searches

For the month of June, LGBT-related search terms will deliver a Google results page with a rainbow-colored heart and paper doll chain. The post Gay Pride Month Gets Google’s Support With Rainbow-Colored Images For LGBT Searches appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. View full post on… read more »

Problems With Google My Business? Use Phone Support!

Many who use Google My Business — marketers included! — aren’t aware that phone support is available. Columnist Greg Gifford provides a step-by-step guide. The post Problems With Google My Business? Use Phone Support! appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. View full post on Search Engine… read more »

Google Brings App Indexing Support To iOS Apps

iOS apps now are being supported by Google within the App Indexing protocol. Starting in a few weeks, iOS users may see content from apps in their mobile search results. The post Google Brings App Indexing Support To iOS Apps appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article…. read more »

Is There Hope For Your Prospective PPC Client Or Campaign? Giving PPC Tactics Essential Support

Many businesses look to paid search to kick-start their online marketing, but columnist Mona Elesseily notes that you need to have the right elements in place before you can launch a PPC initiative. The post Is There Hope For Your Prospective PPC Client Or Campaign? Giving PPC Tactics Essential… Please visit Search Engine Land for… read more »

VR Headset Controlled By Users’ Eyes – FOVE Finding Support in Kickstarter Campaign

A blink, a twitch, a quick look to the right could send users of a new virtual reality headset on a whole new adventure. That’s because a Tokyo-based start-up has created a headset that can be controlled simply by the users’ eyes and nothing else. The impressive technology won’t hit the street until next year… read more »