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31 Aug 2011

POSTED BY DJackson | Aug 31st, 2011

Google Product Search Feed to undergo changes

By David Jackson. It’s time for you to make changes in your search feeds. Changes are soon coming to Google Product Search. As per the announcement on the Google Merchant Blog, new feed specifications and policies will come into effect from 22nd September 2011. Merchants who do not comply will find their products missing from Google Product Search. The changes are in tune with Google’s goal to help ‘shoppers...

31 Aug 2011

POSTED BY DJackson | Aug 31st, 2011

Search Manager- SEO- PPC- Agency job in Sydney

Are you after an amazing opportunity to join a tight-knit, switched on group of passionate young people? OPPORTUNITY + Plans to double in size in the next 12 months! Part of a massive independent communications group Work on some of Australia’s largest corporate accounts- Banking, Airlines, Travel, IT, Mobile Are you passionate about search, but want to share your passion with like minded people? Our...

31 Aug 2011

POSTED BY DJackson | Aug 31st, 2011

Latest Advertising Sales Account Manager job in Sydney

The latest advertising sales job that has landed on our desk is with a great leading, online publisher based in sydney. What type of candidate is our client we looking for? A pro-active advertising sales super star with A proven track record and experience within the media or advertising industry Strong negotiation and sales presentation skills A sales professional with a current drivers license and their own...

27 Aug 2011

POSTED BY DJackson | Aug 27th, 2011

Risky default settings in social media that you should check

By David Jackson. Do you always read all ‘terms of service’ while subscribing to a social networking site before clicking ‘I Agree’ tab? Probably not! Now here are a few things that you may have ignored about your favourite <a...

26 Aug 2011

POSTED BY DJackson | Aug 26th, 2011

Should you root your Android Phone?

By David Jackson. Purchased a new Android and still trying to understand its features? While searching the Internet for information, you might have come across forums or articles that discuss ‘rooting’ for this smartphone. New users wonder what this about and whether they should follow the...

25 Aug 2011

POSTED BY DJackson | Aug 25th, 2011

Is Google+ now getting on Facebook’s nerves?

By David Jackson. By now it is quite clear that Google+ has become the most successful social offering that the search engine company ever released. Raking up more than 25 million users in just about 4 weeks does matter! Though this is still less than 5 percent of Facebook’s 750 million plus users,...

24 Aug 2011

POSTED BY DJackson | Aug 24th, 2011

Google Product Search Feed to undergo changes

By David Jackson. It’s time for you to make changes in your search feeds. Changes are soon coming to Google Product Search. As per the announcement on the Google Merchant Blog, new feed specifications and policies will come into effect from 22nd September 2011. Merchants who do not comply will find their...

23 Aug 2011

POSTED BY DJackson | Aug 23rd, 2011

How to handle E mail links and attachments that feel so right but do such wrong?

By David Jackson. Don’t you see loads of them almost every time you check your inbox? They may be intriguing or irrelevant junk but the unsolicited messages from familiar companies, brimming with hyperlinks or attachments, keep on coming to your mail account. <p...

23 Aug 2011

POSTED BY DJackson | Aug 23rd, 2011

Why do common pricing strategies fail?

By David Jackson. You apply a lot of logic and business oriented approach to set the prices for your products or services and still tend to fail to maximise your revenues! This is a real disappointment in the business world. Let us check the four principalpricingstrategies and why they fail. <p...

18 Aug 2011

POSTED BY DJackson | Aug 18th, 2011

Is Google’s Motorola Acquisition a smart move to ease its patent woes?

By David Jackson. So Google has finally announced that it will buy Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion! The search engine king has justified its investment in Motorola on the grounds that it’s an effort to ‘protect Android and its eco-system’ from the likes of Apple and...

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