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Facebook’s Data Privacy Changes and What You Need to Know

A lot has happened in the last few weeks to cause abrupt changes in how Facebook handles the personal data of its more than 2 billion users.

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Three Reasons Brands Can't Afford to Ignore Millennial Women

Millennials now hold more purchasing power than any other segment.

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Shop.org's Cyber Monday

"Cyber Monday": what Shop.org did was coin a label that brought attention to just how enormous online retail has become, and did so in a way that resonated with the popular press, at the just the right time in history.
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Amazon's "Customers Vote" Promotion

Each week for the next four weeks, Amazon will offer four deals, allowing consumers to vote on which of the four is actually offered for that week. I have no doubts this aggressive promotion will turn out to be a shrewd marketing investment.
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Google Shares SiteMap XML; Yahoo and MSN Adopt

Google announced that they've released their sitemaps spec to the community under the Creative Commons share-alike license, and that Yahoo and Microsoft have adopted the standard.
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32, 33, 34, 35! National Character Counts Week

Recognizing the heroic efforts used by search marketers across the nation to cram compelling marketing messages into a tiny handful of characters, President George W. Bush has named October 15 through October 21, 2006 as National Character Counts Week.