We wrote a post awhile back about email list building, and in the course of writing that post, we got the Christmas morning jitters. We wanted to try every single idea we could. And so we did. And wouldn’t you know it, the ideas worked! I’m really happy to share with you our experience from an exciting month of email list building and the strategies we used to get more email subscribers. The hugely encouraging aspect to all this is that our simple email changes can be done by anyone. If you’re interested in growing your email list and gaining new […]The post How We Doubled Email Signups in 30 Days: Our Strategies to Get More Email Subscribers by @kevanlee appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Lenovo is the latest tech company to jump into the already saturated wearables market. The manufacturer has quietly added a new fitness wristband tracker, called the Lenovo Smartband, to its website. While it’s unclear whether the device’s appearance on Lenovo’s site is an accidental leak ahead of a larger launch, the product page for the “Lenovo Smartband SW-B100” said it is intended for “young people who take care of their personal health, and are interested in new tech trend products.” See also: The Apple Watch Is Poised to Wipe Out Fitness Trackers Image: LenovoThe Smartband — which comes in blue or orange, and is compatible with iOS, Android and Windows Phone devices — enables users to track daily steps, calories burned, as well as sleep and heart rates, according to the page. It also comes with several smartwatch capabilities, including call and text message alerts. What’s more, the device can auto-lock or unlock a PC without forcing users to manually enter a password Read more…More about Lenovo, Wearables, Tech, Gadgets, and Mobile
Google conspiracy theories aren’t new. Everyone likes to believe their rankings have tanked thanks to something other than poor-quality content or bad linking practices. In reality, a lot of people are guilty of less-than-great SEO. At the same time, it’s hard to ignore the fact that some businesses, no matter how “white hat” their methods, can never seem to gain traction in the SERPs. If you’re having trouble getting the traffic you want, it might just be conspiracy fact. A Small Business Problem: The Adwords Platform Isn’t Very Friendly One of the first nuggets of marketing advice you’re given, as […]The post Social Filters, Transition Rank, and Linkspam: Does Google REALLY Discriminate Against Some Businesses? by @apoguy appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
The Internet has brought many changes to our lives, from the way we communicate to how we work and entertain ourselves. Today, I will discuss how the Internet has revolutionized one of the most ancient and essential practice of us human beings: eating! Nowadays, how many of us still have time to spend shopping at supermarket, and even more time at home to prepare a meal from scratch? Whether you want to buy groceries without leaving your home, or have a ready-to-eat meal delivered to your door, the online food industry has it all for you. Let’s investigate! The Evolution of the […]The post Competitive Analysis: A Look Into the Online Food Industry by @VogelLara appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
DAKAR, Senegal — More than 10,000 people have been infected with Ebola, according to figures released Saturday by the World Health Organization, as the outbreak continues to spread. Of those cases, 4,922 people have died. See also: Eyewitness to Hell: Life in Ebola-Ravaged Liberia The Ebola epidemic in West Africa is the largest-ever outbreak of the disease, with a rapidly rising death toll in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. There have also been cases in three other West African countries, Spain and the United States. The United Nations health agency said Saturday that the number of confirmed, probable and suspected cases has risen to 10,141. Its figures show about 200 new cases since the last report, four days ago. The WHO also said 450 health care workers have been infected with Ebola as of Thursday Read more…More about World Health Organization, Us World, Us, World, and Ebola
Ello, the new social network that whose mandate is to never display ads or sell user data, just completed a round of venture funding where they raised $5.5 million. Re/code originally reported this news, which they received from Ello CEO Paul Budnitz. According to Budnitz, the funding will be put towards building the back-end infrastructure to better support Ello’s rapidly growing user base. Ello has gained hundreds of thousands of users in only a matter of weeks. Ello is invite only, and At its peak the social network was receiving up to 50,000 invite requests per hour. Ello even had […]The post Ad-free Social Network Ello Raises $5.5 Million In New Venture Funding by @mattsouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Re/code reported late Friday evening on a reorganization of Google management. Sources close to the situation tell Re/code that Google CEO Larry Page is transferring leadership of core Google products to Sundar Pichai. A memo was reportedly sent to Google staff this afternoon informing them of the changes. Pichai will now oversee research, search, maps, Google+, commerce and ad products and infrastructure. In addition, Pichai will retain his responsibilities of overseeing Android, Chrome, and Google Apps. Page stated in a memo to staff that the changes will allow him to focus his attention on existing and new products. He will […]The post Larry Page Transfers Leadership Of Core Google Products, Including Search, Re/Code Reports by @mattsouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Warning: Video above is NSFW MELBOURNE — Stimulating growth and creating jobs will be high on the agenda at next month’s G20 summit in Brisbane But some aren’t entirely convinced Australia has its house in order as it prepares to welcome the world’s leaders on November 15. See also: Makers of Dallas Buyers Club Are Hunting for Illegal Pirates in Australia In this installment of Juice Rap News, in which Melbourne duo Giordano Nanni and Hugo Farrant present the latest happenings through the art of rap, Prime Minister Tony Abbott is parodied as he guides us through some of the hot-button issues facing the country Read more…More about Australia, Us World, Politics, Videos, and Tony Abbott
I recently had the pleasure of hosting a webinar on lead generation strategies with the incredibly knowledgeable Tim Paige, Conversion Educator at LeadPages. LeadPages is a dynamic software company headquartered in Minneapolis – and they’re growing fast. They just launched in 2012 and already have millions in revenue from over 30,000 customers. LeadPages hit a $3.5 million run rate nine months after launching and are now growing at a rate of about 20% each month. Tim and I got together to share the lead generation strategies we’ve used to build our companies far quicker than most are able to achieve. […]The post 6 Lead Generation Strategies From Fast-Growing Startups by @LarryKim appeared first on Search Engine Journal.