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I’ve said this many times before, but I’ll say it again; when news hits the fastest way to learn about it is combing though social media. Yesterday I was traveling and was in airports and on planes all day, so it wasn’t until I landed and opened Twitter that found out that Google announced yesterday…

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Today we have some great product updates and a big announcement In our continued pursuit of excellence here at Sysomos we have some exciting developments to share with you today. As usual with these emails, we have some great updates to both the MAP and Heartbeat software that we think you’re really going to enjoy….

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Okay, you can admit it, you haven’t really checked out Google+ yet. If you’re a digital marketer, then you might not be the only one. Google+ arrived with a lot of buzz in June 2011, but it didn’t really resonate with North American audiences. And while Google claims it has more than 340 million users,…

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Well, the year is almost finished. That means it’s time for everyone and their mother to start releasing their “best of the year” lists. One of my favourites of these lists is the Zeitgeist that Google releases, which documents what the world searched for the most over the past year. This list got released yesterday…

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It’s easy to get signed onto Google+. Many people and brands are using Google Docs or the new Google Drive, and the social media service naturally comes with membership. But if you’re like me, you’ve added a few friends, but then done little or nothing with them other than perhaps add them to Circles. There’s…

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Yesterday on the blog, Mark wrote about Yahoo’s new CEO Marissa Mayer. Our blog wasn’t the only one talking about the news either. In fact, the entire web seemed to be a buzz with what seems like good news for a company that hadn’t had too much good news lately. Since Mark already covered the…

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Big news for Yahoo: the struggling search and content company has appointed former Google bigwig Marissa Mayer as its new CEO. Mayer joined Google as a programmer in 1999, and she has been a key player in turning this once obscure search engine into an Internet powerhouse (she was VP of local and location services…

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Google+ is still kicking around the social media universe. Even though Google+  hasn’t gotten the expected, there are many reasons for people to invest their time in this growing community. The main reason is you’re already using and enjoying one or two members of Google’s extensive product family such as search, GMail, Google Docs, etc….

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Facebook and Google, the two digital behemoths, just can’t seem to get along. Don’t be fooled, this is not a David vs. Goliath situation, but more along the lines of two giants battling it out for digital supremacy. Back in January, I posted a post article about Google potentially opening the door to search engine rivals. Lo…

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“Google+ is a really interesting, cost-effective platform because you can mirror Facebook content” – a PR executive’s interesting take. As brands scramble to figure out how to effectively use Google+, many of them have jumped on the bandwagon out of necessity more than need whether it makes sense. The embrace of Google+ is driven by…

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