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Is this the end of Google's reign or the end of social media marketing? Yesterday Facebook rolled out the much hyped product launch of a new search engine. So why all the noise and why are so many media outlets completely ignoring the story?
The battle for retail dollars is set to be fiercer than ever in 2013. Will your tech keep you on top of the game or see you become a victim in the next twelve months?
Reports put the 2012 holiday sales season as the worst on record since 2008, despite deep discounts and offers beginning even before Black Friday. If this trend continues into the New Year, then only the strong will survive.
Yesterday Facebook began testing a new fee for sending messages to anyone outside of a user's immediate network of friends.
More than just turning more brands off of using the social platform as a marketing tool, this signals a major shift needed to keep today's startup culture alive and a new marketing strategy for those who have been investing in social media marketing.
Apple just unveiled the new iPhone 5 in San Francisco, so is it a winner and what does it mean for the future of marketing?
Despite recent security concerns surrounding Apple, the web seems to love the new iPhone 5. It brings faster speeds, it has a 4" screen, it's thinner and lighter, and the camera functionalities have improved.
However, the dock connector has been switched much to the dismay of many current Apple users who will need to also get the Lighting adaptor in order to connect with their current accessories.
Will more Facebook integrated iPhones in the hands of consumers be the turn around the social network needs and enable more efficient marketing on the platform?
Virgin Mobile has announced the roll out of a prepaid, no-contract iPhone line up later this month, following on the lead by Leap Wireless. While the initial outlay may be too much for some at $400 to $649 for the phone, significant overall savings and another alternative for AT&T haters could seriously boost market penetration.
En route to billionaire status, relishing in a reinvention of the internet spanning beyond Al Gore levels, Mark Zuckerberg considered the late Steve Jobs as a mentor toward righting the ship of success with the Facebook flag waving high amidst the cybernetic winds.
Facebook stock took another huge dive yesterday but even if it doesn't hit zero anytime soon, there may not be many advertisers or users left.
After a week of the blogosphere berating the social network and pointing out surveys showing few users ever pay attention to ads on the site, as well as a major decline in usage and logins, Facebook has more than a couple of black-eyes.
Facebook's share price dove almost 10% again yesterday for over $35 billion in lost value since the IPO. An announcement of a new acquisition could make things even worse. What does this mean for business owners debating marketing on Facebook?