Supplanting search engines and other traffic drivers, social networks are sending an increasing share of readers to Web publishers.
During the first quarter of the year, Facebook and smaller social players drove 11% of all external referrals — compared to the 41% sent by search engines — according to new research by recommendation engine Outbrain.
Not too shabby, considering that “most of the traffic sources we identify as ‘social’ have existed in a meaningful way for less than five years,” says David Sasson, Outbrain COO.
Anlässlich der Orangejuice-Konferenz im Berlin, wurde ich gebeten eine gekürzte Fassung meines Vortrages zu präsentieren. Hiermit reiche ich die Folien für die Teilnehmer und andere Interessenten nach.
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I have never been one for privacy. It’s genetic. Even though my family members have at times been more than 400 miles apart, any sort of secret has only been a secret for days, if even that. I’ve usually blabbed anything interesting about myself to others long before they could possibly find it out on their own.
Open and clear communications is one of the most important things between parents and their kids, and a lot of parents spend a lot of time trying to figure out how to do this. Read just about any book on how to improve your communications skills and you will find that one of the most important aspects of interpersonal communications is the ability to listen.
Unless, of course, you are reading a book about helping autistic people “learn to communicate”, in which case it is all about trying to get them to listen, and pay attention, to you; very rarely will those types of books try to help you, a non-autistic person, figure out how to listen to an autistic person.
Love this personal branding done by Partly Sunny, a Seattle design and branding company.
According to Simon Crosby from Mashable, there is nowhere safer for your data than The Cloud. The part from his post that made the most sense to me was the last paragraph where he compares putting your data in the cloud to putting money in the bank. The security at the bank is going to be much better than the security you have at home. Mr. Crosby raises other great points, such as never having to save anything to removable media, you can set restrictions for which client-side devices can be used, and data remains encrypted in the desktop cache.
Find more technical details and more information in the article, Why the Cloud Is Actually the Safest Place for Your Data.