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How to Use Instagram Nametags for Marketing
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Want a quick and easy way for people to find you on Instagram? Have you heard about Instagram Nametags? In this article, you’ll discover how to find and customize your Instagram nametag so people can quickly follow your Instagram account. What Are Instagram Nametags? Nametags on Instagram are very similar to Snapchat’s snapcodes and Facebook [...] The post How to Use Instagram Nametags for Marketing appeared first on Social Media Examiner. [...]
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4 Things My Inbox Taught Me About the Type of Email Content That Gets Your Attention
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Compelling email content can help your business stay top-of-mind among your customers, but make sure your emails aren't getting quickly sent to the junk folder. [...]
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Pemex insiste en comprar petróleo extranjero: pretende recibirlo en noviembre
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Forbes México. Pemex insiste en comprar petróleo extranjero: pretende recibirlo en noviembre Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) asignó cuatro cargamentos de 350,000 barriles cada uno para la compra de petróleo crudo ligero “Bakken”, los cuales serán entregados durante noviembre de 2018. “Actualmente se está en el proceso de firmar los contratos correspondientes. Los detalles de la asignación serán dados a conocer una vez concluido dicho procedimiento”,  mencionó la compañía petrolera un comunicado. PMI, subsidiaria de la empresa mexicana, evaluó diversas propuestas para el suministro de cargamentos de petróleo crudo ligero, según sus parámetros establecidos por Pemex Transformación Industrial. El pasado 4 de octubre, el gigante energético declaró desierto el [...]
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El momento de hacer global tu empresa es hoy: eBay
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Forbes México. El momento de hacer global tu empresa es hoy: eBay En un escenario en el que la apuesta por el comercio electrónico está consolidando la estrategia onmicanal de las pymes, Forbes México en conjunto con eBay, llevó a cabo el foro “El futuro del ecommerce”, donde reunió a los principales referentes de la industria para hablar de las disrupciones del comercio a nivel global y presentar las iniciativas más exitosas en la materia. Tal fue el caso de Scott Cuttler, VP de eBay para América; Paulo Carreño King, director general de ProMéxico; Eric Pérez-Grovas, presidente de la AMVO e impulsor de la economía digital y Mariana Castillo, cofundadora de Ben & Frank, contando con la moderación de Leticia Jáuregui, cofundadora y CEO de Máquina. Para Paulo Carreño [...]
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Facebook rolls out checks for UK political ads
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Facebook has announced it rolled out a system of checks on political ads run on its platform in the UK which requires advertisers to verify their identity and location to try to make it harder for foreign actors to meddle in domestic elections and referenda. This follows similar rollouts of political ad transparency tools in the U.S. and Brazil. From today, Facebook said it will record and display information about who paid for political ads to run on its platform in the UK within an Ad library — including retaining the ad itself — for “up to seven years”. It will also badge these ads with a “Paid for by” disclaimer. So had the company had this system up and running during the UK’s 2016 Brexit referendum, the Canadian data firm AIQ would, presumab [...]
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Periscope broadcasters can now assign their own chat moderators
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It’s going to be harder for trolls to disrupt Periscope broadcasts. The Twitter -owned live-streaming app has offered chat moderation capabilities for years, but it has so far relied on group moderation. That means when users flagged a comment as abuse, spam or harassment, Periscope would randomly select a few other viewers to take a look and decide if that’s true. Violators would be banned if the users agreed. That worked well in some cases, but it still put control in the hands of the crowd, not the live streamer. Now, Periscope is changing that. Instead of relying solely on group moderation, the company says broadcasters will instead be allowed to assign chat moderators before they start streaming. These moderators can then watch the chat during the live broadcast and active [...]
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Google tweaks Android licensing terms in Europe to allow Google app unbundling — for a fee
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Google has announced changes to the licensing model for its Android mobile operating system in Europe,  including introducing a fee for licensing some of its own brand apps, saying it’s doing so to comply with a major European antitrust ruling this summer. In July the region’s antitrust regulators hit Google with a recordbreaking $5BN fine for violations pertaining to Android, finding the company had abused the dominance of the platform by requiring manufacturers pre-install other Google apps in order to license its popular Play app store.  Regulators also found Google had made payments to manufacturers and mobile network operators in exchange for exclusively pre-installing Google Search on their devices, and used Play store licensing to prevent manufacturers from selling [...]
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A look at the Android Market (aka Google Play) on its 10th Anniversary
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Google Play has generated more than twice the downloads of the iOS App Store, reaching a 70 percent share of worldwide downloads in 2017, according to a new report from App Annie, released in conjunction with the 10th anniversary of the Android Market, now called Google Play. The report also examined the state of Google Play’s marketplace and the habits of Android users. It found that, despite the large share of downloads, Google Play only accounted for 34 percent of worldwide consumer spend on apps, compared with 66 percent on the iOS App Store in 2017 — a figure that’s stayed relatively consistent for years. Those numbers are consistent with the narrative that’s been told about the two app marketplaces for some time, as well. That is, Google has the sheer downlo [...]
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