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Miami Beach Real Estate – Should You Go For Beachfront?

Miami Beach has been one of America's pre-eminent beach resorts for almost a century. The city is home to the ever-popular South Beach district, and it's one of the most exciting sections of the Miami real estate market.It was the original 'vacation' area and is filled with lovely Art Deco hotels and apartment buildings. It is a lovely tourist...

The unique selling proposition: A key element for SEO success

Google processes trillions of searches per year, which equates to billions of searches each day. How do they decide what is the most promising result for every single one of that staggering volume of questions? Experience shows that you don’t have to be a huge website for a major brand to rank in the top spot for a given query....

MoviePass says it will start acquiring movies, too

On the heels of hitting a 1.5 million subscriber milestone and bringing on a new marketing chief, the subscription service for watching movies in theaters, MoviePass, today announced it’s going to start buying movies, too. The company says it will begin to invest in films so it can share in their success beyond the box...

Website redesigns: How to retain and improve your SEO

A new website should be an opportunity to improve SEO, conversion rates and digital marketing as a whole. Unfortunately, it can also be an invitation for disaster — if the right steps aren’t taken to ensure a smooth transition from old website to new, you can damage the SEO equity your site has worked hard to build over the...

Facebook’s latest News Feed update will prioritize trustworthy publishers

Facebook is gearing up to prioritize news content by publishers a group of Facebook users have deemed trustworthy. Facebook head of News Feed Adam Mosseri said the company surveyed “a diverse and representative sample” of U.S.-based people about their familiarity and trust in various sources of news, he wrote in a blog post. That data,...

Attention, Employers: The IRS Plans to Fully Enforce Mandatory ACA Employer Reporting

Post sponsored by efile4Biz By Rick Roddis Since its inception, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has created great confusion for employers. The past year was particularly murky, due to a handful of attempts by GOP lawmakers to repeal the controversial legislation. Combine this with the recent tax-overhaul bill, and many employers have been left wondering, Is the ACA still in effect? Is...

Search in Pics: A pig visits Google, big teddy bear & a broken Google sign

In this week’s Search In Pictures, here are the latest images culled from the web, showing what people eat at the search engine companies, how they play, who they meet, where they speak, what toys they have and more. A pig visits the GooglePlex: Source: Instagram Google has massive stuffed teddy bears: Source: Instagram Who broke the Google sign? Source: Instagram Google’s Partner Plex: Source: Instagram Make Payments...

Moritz sabotages Sequoia, again

Michael Moritz is legendary for many of the investments he has led throughout his long career with the venture firm Sequoia Capital. Among his biggest hits: PayPal, Zappos and Google. Moritz stepped away from managing the firm some time ago (partners Roelof Botha, Doug Leone, Neil Shen are now its stewards). But he continues to invest...

Google adds keyword functionality to the AdWords app

We haven’t heard much about development on the AdWords app lately, but there’s a new update out today that makes the app more useful. Advertisers can now add, edit and remove keywords from their campaigns using the AdWords app. To add a keyword, simply click the new round blue “plus” button that appears in the bottom right corner of the various...

Spotify accidentally showed ads to paying subscribers when testing new ways to promote originals

Spotify says advertisements that recently appeared to paying subscribers of its music streaming service were loaded by mistake. Over the past few days, a number of Spotify customers complained their music listening experience was interrupted with ads inserted into their playlists. To be clear, the ads being weren’t those from third-parties, but were rather in-house...