The Simpsons are going after Donald Trump. No stranger to political satire, the FOX show has taken stances on issues including gay marriage, immigration and gun control, among many others, in the past. SEE ALSO: Kelsey Grammer reveals the inspiration behind Sideshow Bob Now, The Simpsons is taking a bold stance against GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump. In a new clip posted by the show’s showrunner, Al Jean, Marge and Homer Simpson think over who to vote for while watching a TV ad comparing Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. The video shows Trump tweeting in bed while getting spray-tanned. By his side is a book called Great Speeches by Adolf Hitler. Read more…More about Entertainment, Simpsons, Tv, Gop, and Donald Trump
SEM is considered one of the most powerful marketing channels. But does SEM really help drive traffic to your site? It’s a question many search marketers have heard from clients, especially since SEM is taking up a large chunk of marketing budgets.The post The Effectiveness of Search by @annaleacrowe appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Len Marikdan of Groove clears up six email marketing myths that have been repeated so often that they’ve somehow become “facts.”The post The 6 Biggest Email Marketing Myths, Debunked by @LenMarkidan appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
A blind street performer plays an accordion.Image: Genevieve Naylor/Corbis via Getty ImagesIn 1940, 25-year-old Genevieve Naylor, who had recently become one of the first female photographers hired by the Associated Press, received an assignment from the U.S. State Department to travel to Brazil.With the war between the Axis and Allied powers expanding into a truly global conflict, the State Department’s Office of Inter-American Affairs was tasked with cultivating South American support for the Allies. Naylor was sent to capture the images to illustrate the propaganda campaign and conjure wartime support from Brazil and adjacent countries. Read more…More about Rio De Janeiro, Rio 2016, Carnival, Brazil, and Retronaut
This recap of Patrick Hutchison’s webinar is filled with strategies to turn browsers into buyers. If you sell products online, this is one webinar you won’t want to miss!The post #SEJThinkTank Recap: The Search Marketer’s Guide to Turning Online Browsers into Buyers by @dantosz appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
With content marketing on the rise, it’s difficult to know which efforts are effective. Tuning into a few key metrics can provide the information needed to move forward with your marketing campaign confidently.The post The 10 Most Important Metrics You Should be Tracking in Content Marketing by @IAmAaronAgius appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
July 28 marks the 10,000th day since the birth of the world wide web. Happy birthday! You don’t look a day over 9,999. It all started back on March 12, 1989, when Tim Berners-Lee submitted a proposal for an information system at CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research). That information system is now known as the world wide web, and we are its humble servants. SEE ALSO: 16 aggressively unsatisfying GIFs Seeing as it’s been officially 10,000 days since the web sprang to life and became our sentient overlord (give it time), we better join in the celebrations. And what better way to mark the occasion than with a collection of things to remind our online selves how young we really are. Things that feel like they were created yesterday, but at the same time, seem like a world (wide web) away – as if they were spat out of the web’s hive mind in a fever dream. Prepare yourselves. Read more…More about Twitter, Memes, Nostalgia, Internet, and Watercooler
An update this week to the Google Chrome browser for iOS brings support for Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP).The post Google Chrome for iOS Now Supports Accelerated Mobile Pages by @SouthernSEJ appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
The future of search has me in a constant spin cycle. Do you feel this way? Bing has 133 million monthly searches. Google hit over 100 billion. That’s a lot to take in.The post Search Marketing Is The Future, Right? by @annaleacrowe appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Kristen Stewart opened up to ELLE UK about her relationship with girlfriend Alicia Cargile for the first time. Stewart has previously declined to directly address her sexuality, though she has been significantly less shy about her romantic relationships with women in public lately. SEE ALSO: 15 awesome ways to celebrate #HeterosexualPrideDay “I think also right now I’m just really in love with my girlfriend,” said Stewart. “We’ve broken up a couple of times and gotten back together, and this time I was like, ‘Finally, I can feel again.'” Stewart recently dated French pop singer Soko before getting back together with Cargile, a producer who used to work as Stewart’s personal assistant. Read more…More about Actress, Lgbtq, Celebrities, Kristen Stewart, and Watercooler