Marketing Day: June 7, 2013

Marketing Day: June 7, 2013

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New Here’s our daily recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web. From Marketing Land: This Week On Vine: Samsung’s Triple Threat, Target’s LiteBrite, Game Of Thrones Reaction & More There’s been so much... Please visit Marketing Land for the...
Marketing Day: June 7, 2013
               

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Google To Users: We're Not Part Of PRISM & Government Needs More Transparency

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New Google gave the press statements yesterday denying it was involved with the NSA’s PRISM data gathering program. Today, it’s making that statement more strongly and taking it directly to its users, through a blog post. US Government Has No Direct Access To Google Writing today, Google... Please visit Marketing Land...
Google To Users: We're Not Part Of PRISM & Government Needs More Transparency

This Week On Vine: Samsung's Triple Threat, Target's LiteBrite & Game Of Thrones Reaction & More

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There’s been so much creativity with Vine recently that we thought we’d try a new feature here at Marketing Land, “Vines Of The Week,” where we spotlight some that have caught our eye by companies and others. Perhaps appropriate, we’ll start with this one from Samsung,... Please visit Marketing Land for...
This Week On Vine: Samsung's Triple Threat, Target's LiteBrite & Game Of Thrones Reaction & More

Has Google Wallet Already Failed?

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Businessweek ran an article today in which it assesses the current state of Google’s Wallet efforts. Osama Bedier, who came from PayPal and ran the Google Wallet initiative, is leaving the company. And Google is rethinking its expectations of Wallet. Google Wallet is the consolidated product... Please visit Marketing Land...
Has Google Wallet Already Failed?

Google Beats Apple & Facebook For Most Favorite Tech Company With 83% Favorable Rating

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A Washington Post poll ranking tech giants Google, Apple and Facebook revealed most Americans favor Google. Of the 1,007 Americans surveyed, 83 percent gave Google a favorable rating, while 72 percent gave Apple a favorable rating. Facebook scored the lowest with only 60 percent of survey... Please visit Marketing Land...
Google Beats Apple & Facebook For Most Favorite Tech Company With 83% Favorable Rating

Study: Nearly 90 Percent Of Apple Users On Latest Version Of OS

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Next week is Apple’s much-anticipated developer conference in San Francisco. The company has had a difficult year (in the press and on Wall Street) and is expected emphasize software rather than hardware next week. Among the potential announcements are “iRadio,” iOS 7 and a new... Please visit Marketing Land for...
Study: Nearly 90 Percent Of Apple Users On Latest Version Of OS

Google Testing "In-Depth Articles" Search Results, A New Rich Snippet?

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Dr. Peter Meyers, the Marketing Scientist at Moz, formerly SEOmoz, tipped us off to a new Google search interface test. It appears Google is testing showing “in-depth articles” in the search results for local queries. In the screen shot below, Pete triggered these results by searching... Please visit Search Engine...
Google Testing "In-Depth Articles" Search Results, A New Rich Snippet?

What Do Google+'s Revved Up Image Features Mean For Marketers?

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Google+ hasn’t been a rousing success outside of the online marketing realm, but you could never accuse Google of not trying. The company is stepping its game up again with the newest G+ update; and this time, they’re focusing on photos, videos and even animated images. Facebook is the... Please...
What Do Google+'s Revved Up Image Features Mean For Marketers?

Scope of US Alleged Spying On Americans' Internet Activity Massive, "Beyond Orwellian"

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It turns out that for the past roughly 7 years, according to National Public Radio reports this afternoon, the US government has been “collecting” or “mining” US citizens’ personal data from telcos and internet companies — effectively “spying” on... Please visit Marketing Land for the full article....
Scope of US Alleged Spying On Americans' Internet Activity Massive, "Beyond Orwellian"

Google, Apple & Facebook Deny Participating In Alleged NSA "PRISM" Program

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Both the Washington Post and The Guardian are out with stories saying that several major internet companies gave the US National Security Agency direct access to user data on their servers by participating in what’s been named as the PRISM program. But so far, Google and Apple flat-out deny... Please...
Google, Apple & Facebook Deny Participating In Alleged NSA "PRISM" Program
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