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Wayback Machine Project Slated to Archive Google+ Content Ahead of the Service’s Termination

Wayback Machine Google+

In late 2018, Google announced the pending termination of Google+ services after an internal audit unearthed a myriad of data privacy concerns, security risks and more. Based on this study, Google discovered that the service was no longer meeting users’ needs and set an April 2019 retirement date.

Despite this pending termination, startups hoping to preserve their Google+ are in luck. Volunteers working around the clock are currently archiving publicly posted content. Although much of the data will be auto-saved by this initiative, there are steps users can take to help ensure content is archived for posterity.

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Twitter’s Insights Tool Helps SMBs Maximize User Engagement

Twitter insights tool

Today’s consumers eagerly seek concise, engaging content when searching for products and services, interacting via social media or conducting other online activities. To reach users and keep their interest, it is critical to serve fresh content on a daily basis. But what time of day is best to deliver your content to help ensure it achieves maximum views and user engagement?

Twitter’s recently announced insights tool, Timing Is Everything, may have the answer. It helps small businesses time content delivery to reach the widest possible audience to boost engagement and start conversations with potential new clients.

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Remember That SEO Goes Beyond Google

SEO beyond Google

Your search engine optimization tactics likely focus almost extensively on Google. It's a natural move for most businesses, as Google has the biggest market share. After all, some reports credit Google with as much as 90 percent of organic traffic. Even if you debate that exact statistic -- it can differ depending on the study and the year -- it is still clear that Google is the industry leader.

That said, the internet is always changing and expanding, as are consumer search methods. It is very important not to get so focused on Google that you do not consider your audience and the other ways you can use SEO to drive traffic.

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LinkedIn’s New Social Media Management Guide Helps Tell Your Brand’s Story More Effectively

LinkedIn social media management

LinkedIn’s recently published comprehensive guide to social media management is a must-read resource for startups looking to maximize opportunities to connect with new clients. It not only details best practices for the unique professional networking platform but also delivers eye-opening statistics about the expanding role LinkedIn plays in online marketing and business circles. From Fortune 500 executives to recent college graduates and more, the surging numbers of professionals connecting via LinkedIn presents a lucrative target for startups looking to grow a professional social media marketing presence.

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Voice Search Is the Most Recent Revolution

voice search

The internet is such a massive part of our day-to-day life in 2019 that it's easy to forget just how new it really is. You don't even have to go back a few decades to find a world in which the internet itself was considered something of an information and technology revolution. People knew it had potential, but your average American had no idea how it worked, had very little experience and honestly did not understand how it could change their lives.

Fast forward to today, and you have schools full of children who have grown up with the internet. It's simply a part of their experience. They understand how to use technology intuitively. It's clear that the internet revolution of the 1990s was here to stay.

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