Archive | April, 2013

Mining For Gold In A “big Data” World

According to American statistician, Nate Silver, “every day, three times per second, we produce the equivalent of the amount of data that the Library of Congress has in its entire print collection.” If this is the case, it may come to little surprise that the concept of ‘Big Data’ has been coined as a huge […]

Happy Birthday Twitter! The Evolution Of A Social Media Giant

Today, Twitter is officially seven years old, and definitely has a plethora of reasons to celebrate. Founded in March 2006 by Jack Dorsey, the social networking service has become a medium unto itself, with 500 million registered users, 340 million tweets daily, and 1.6 billion daily search queries. How will Twitter continue to innovate in […]

Facebook’s New Immersive Media Features

Instead of the traditional, incremental Facebook changes we are fairly familiar with, the social media giant has some pretty hefty developments underway. The company’s mobile innovation initiatives, which are being coined as the next evolution for Facebook Platform for Mobile, includes the introduction of Open Graph. This feature allows developers to better and more fully […]

How Loading Time Effects Your Bottom Line [infographic]

Every individual has experienced the pain and suffering that goes along with a web page that opens as slow as molasses. Often times, the frustration of how long it takes deters you from even wanting to see whats on the page. Thus, businesses whose online IT infrastructure do not support quick page uploads can really […]

5 Successful Launch Strategies For Adwords Enhanced Campaigns

In the super fast moving world of PPC marketing one topic is really shaking things up: Google AdWords Enhanced Campaigns. In the beginning of February Google announced the rollout of Enhanced Campaigns. These new “Enhanced” Campaigns have brought so many changes that the SEM blog world has exploded with posts about it. So, why in […]