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Facebook expands Marketplace categories and content in new push for growth

Facebook launched its classifieds site Marketplace in October of last year. Now the company is rolling it out to more countries and adding new categories and content from (local) business owners. Considered by some as a “Craigslist clone” or potentially a “Craigslist killer,” the social site originally positioned Marketplace as a peer-to-peer selling platform, responding to the organic creation of specialized buy-and-sell...

Google brings six-second video previews to mobile search

Google announced a major update to its mobile search results pages today. Whenever your query brings up a video, Google will now show you a silent six-second clip to help you decide if it’s actually a video you want to see. This will work for the vast majority of videos on the web today —...

Bank Foreclosure Property – Basic Facts And Common Myths

There are many people who steer clear of foreclosure properties merely because of certain myths that they have about the bank foreclosure properties.If you are aware of certain basic facts, a bank foreclosure property is not very difficult to understand and buy.However, as this industry has grown, there have been a number of myths that have started to surface....

Bridging data and action: How to create killer reports

Ask any digital marketer about the prerequisites for a successful campaign, and undoubtedly many of the answers will revolve around obtaining or making use of data points. Simply put, marketers — especially digital marketers — love data. But despite the love for pulling data, reviewing stats and identifying trends and outliers, it is no secret that formalized recurring reporting can sometimes...

Fisker’s EMotion Tesla competitor will make its official debut at CES 2018

The first car from Henrik Fisker’s new electric vehicle company, the EMotion luxury sport sedan, will premiere at CES in January 2018. That’s according to Fisker himself, who shared the debut date with TheStreet on Friday. We already know what the EMotion looks like, as well as its $129,000 starting price tag, and some of...

18 Key Issues in Negotiating Merger and Acquisition Agreements for Technology Companies

By Richard D. Harroch, David A. Lipkin, and Richard V. Smith Effectively negotiating merger and acquisition agreements for a privately held technology company involves addressing and resolving a number of key business, legal, tax, intellectual property, employment, and liability issues. Such agreements are often heavily negotiated, and a poorly negotiated transaction can result in significant risks to the selling company and...

What teen fiction can teach you about writing ad copy

What exactly do novels for angsty tweens and teens have to do with AdWords? For one thing, young adult novels understand the behavioral patterns, struggles and idiosyncrasies of their audience. So do good search engine marketers (SEMs). That isn’t the only thing young adult (YA) fiction and pay-per-click ads have in common, though. When it comes to readability, it just so happens...

Delphi and LiDAR-maker Innoviz partner on self-driving tech

Automotive supply giant Delphi, which recently shifted focus to target autonomous and high-tech solutions more specifically, has signed a new partnership with Innoviz, an Israeli tech company building LiDAR tech for autonomous driving. The team-up includes a new minority investment from Delphi in Innoviz, the full financial details of which haven’t been released. The commercial...

Google emails warnings to webmasters that Chrome will mark http pages with forms as ‘not secure’

Last night, Google sent email notifications via Google Search Console to site owners that have forms on web pages over HTTP. These pages will be marked as not secure in Chrome 62 starting in October 2017. This is not a new notification. Google warned us of this a few months ago. Google said, “Beginning in October 2017, Chrome will show...

Trump approves Obama-era plan for a more independent US Cyber Command

President Trump has given the go-ahead for a plan dating from the Obama administration to elevate US Cyber Command to the level of Unified Combatant Command, giving it more operational independence from the National Security Agency. The statement also raised the possibility of splitting off CyberCom from the NSA entirely. Both actions were recommended by...