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Right Now, Internet Use is at an All-Time High

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Have you been thinking about revamping your website, updating your SEO or running an online ad campaign? Maybe you just aren't sure when to start or if it even matters whether or not you act quickly. You know it's something you want to do eventually, but you're not feeling much urgency and you've been putting it off. Well, what you should know is that internet use has been soaring in recent months. There is no better time to address your plan of action. People are online far more often and that creates massive amounts of potential traffic. Getting your internet presence in order right now gives you a chance to see nearly unlimited success.

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Google Meet Use Soars With Home-Based Work

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While many businesses have ground to a halt during the COVID-19 pandemic, others have attempted to shift and adapt. For many, this means working from home as much as possible. It will be interesting to see how many workers continue to do this after the disease has run its course, but, for now, it is clear that many of them are changing tactics. That means they need new methods of communication, and Google's entire suite of products has seen increased use. This is perhaps highlighted most by a soaring number of people using Google Meet.

In the same vein as Skype, Facetime, Zoom and other products, Meet is Google's video-calling platform.

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How Many People Contact Companies on Social Media?

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Social media absolutely gives you marketing opportunities and unique chances to get your products and services in front of your potential customers. You can show products to people who have already bought them in the past, making repeat sales, and you can branch out into new areas by marketing to those who have shown an interest in related products, services, interests, hobbies and much more. Many companies use social media to make these connections in the same way that they used to use mail catalogues or email messages. They often feel that people are more receptive to social media promotions and will actively click on them to investigate products that catch their eye at that moment.

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COVID-19 Leads to Online Shopping Spike

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It's not the way that anyone would have wanted it, but online shopping has seen a massive surge lately. COVID-19, often called coronavirus, has forced people to stay home to slow down the outbreak. Many are allowed to work from home, and others have professions where they simply cannot go to work at all; for instance, gyms, bars, restaurants and many other places were closed by the government in Michigan and other states. Those workers suddenly find themselves with a lot more time. What are they doing with it? According to Amazon, it looks like they're shopping online. The spike in traffic to the largest U.S. online retailer has been so dramatic that they're going to hire 100,000 employees to respond to the demand.

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Facebook Doesn't Listen to You

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People often feel like Facebook keeps the mic open on their phone and listens in on their conversations. How else can you explain the targeted ads? They assume that their smartphone is always listening to what they have to say, pulling information from the conversations they have, and sending them ads based on what they talk about. Talking to your spouse about buying a car? You'll get ads for a car. Telling your friends that you're looking for a new comedy to watch? You'll get ads for streaming services and all of the new shows that are coming out. But is Facebook really listening, or is it something else?

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