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Twitter ad revenue up 21% in Q2, ad engagement growth continues to slow

Twitter generated $727 million in ad revenue during the second quarter of 2019, a 21% increase year-over-year. The company reports total ad engagements were up 20% year-over-year. The platform’s ad engagement growth rate has been in decline since this time last year when it saw an 81% lift in ad engagement growth. Twitter’s U.S. ad …

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Microsoft search, LinkedIn revenue growth slow for third straight quarter

Microsoft reported better-than-expected quarterly earnings Thursday, but the two sectors of the company that matter most to digital advertisers — search advertising and LinkedIn — again saw declining year-over-year growth in the final quarter of its fiscal 2019, which ended June 30. Single-digit revenue growth for search advertising. With an increase of just 9% in …

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The rapid rise and slow fall of the Microsoft web browser

The Internet recently celebrated the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web, but the browser that really jump-started the consumer rise of the global hypertext system was 1994’s Netscape Navigator—or simply “Netscape,” as it was more commonly known. Its existential threat to Microsoft prompted an epic war that led Microsoft to dominate desktop browsers with …

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Using Alerts in Google Analytics for Slow Site Speeds

I’ve addressed site speed reports in Google Analytics. Site speed is critical for conversions and, increasingly, for search engine rankings. In this post, I’ll explain how to set up Custom Alerts in Google Analytics to notify site owners of page speed problems. Site Speed Alerts The “Custom Alerts” configuration section in Google Analytics is behind the …

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Get your Online Business Ready for the Summer Slow Down

It’s that time of year again! Spring is around the corner. Following soon afterward that is summer, and summer (for some online businesses) is known for the summer slump. The summer slump is a when you may see a dip in website traffic and sales because people are out on vacation and enjoying the weather. …

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Social media and the slow death of the fourth estate

The Fourth Estate is a term that refers to journalism, the idea being that it’s the fourth branch of a (democratic) government, which ours, in Lebanon, more or less, is. The three branches are the Executive (the president, prime minister, and Cabinet, since the Taef Accord), the Legislative (our Chamber of Deputies – Majles al …

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How to Make a Slow Internet Connection Work in Your Favor

I submitted my latest post to Positively Positive 2 minutes ago. Related blog posts and resources: Positively Positive boasts world famous icons as contributors, like billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, marketing genius Seth Godin, and blogging island hopper Ryan Biddulph. Joking, of course. I have a ways to go to be as well known …

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Slow pages hurt conversions, but marketers aren’t in a hurry to fix them

Load time matters. Beyond the fact that Google has made page speed a mobile ranking factor, consumer behaviors and perceptions are significantly impacted by page load times. That’s according to a new report from Unbounce. Yet marketers don’t seem to be prioritizing speeding up their sites. At an industry conference last year, Unbounce tested 188 …

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Google’s Mueller spent New Year’s helping SEOs tackle hacked content, slow website issues

John Mueller, a Google webmaster trends analyst, spent a portion of his New Years break responding to concerns and questions around Google search related issues. Here’s what kept him occupied. Slow server leads to crawling and indexing issues. In one help thread, John Mueller helped a webmaster who received Google Search Console errors. John was able …

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