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Google Pixel 4 Phone Leaks Keep Coming

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It's almost like Google does not care about leaks when it comes to their phones. There were a ton of them for the Google Pixel 3. There may be even more for the upcoming Pixel 4. Is this all part of the marketing plan? People have asked why the company does not keep a tighter grip on secrecy, but maybe the tech giant wants the information to get out early. They want to generate that online buzz. On the other hand, maybe they're too focused on the products and they do not care about devoting time or energy to stopping these leaks. Whatever the case, let's break down some of the things we know about this new phone.

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Apple’s Newly Launched iPhone 11 Packs a Big Punch for a Relatively Low Cost

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Apple once again captured the headlines and the attention of users eager to take advantage of the next generation of iPhone technology. Their recently announced iPhone 11 not only delivers a variety of upgrades over its predecessor, but also arrives at an attractive price point sure to turn heads.

Initial reports suggest the iPhone 11’s enhancements will include a dual-function camera, a faster processor, a longer-lasting battery and many other upgrades over earlier models. Based on the official release date of September 20, the iPhone 11 appears poised to be at the top of many consumers’ holiday shopping lists this year.

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Google Discovers That Most Consumers Now Rely on Video Data When Making Purchase Decisions

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Google, in an ongoing effort to get inside the minds of modern consumers, recently conducted an in-depth study that unearthed some surprising data about shopper behavior. In this study, Google experts surveyed nearly 25,000 shoppers across 10 separate countries to determine the type of data they used when making purchase-related decisions.

To their great surprise, surveyors discovered that 55% of shoppers they spoke to relied heavily on product data videos and online reviews. These consumers used this information to develop virtual shopping lists, boost confidence in purchase decisions and more.

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Writing Content for Readers Who Scan

scannable content

There are readers who want to delve into every article they read, approaching each new page the same way they'd approach a good book. They read thoroughly and completely, giving the page their full attention. However, it is far more common in today's fast-paced, mobile-oriented world for readers to simply skim (or scan) the content. In some cases, all they do is scan for a few moments and then move on. In others, they scan multiple articles and settle in to read when they find one that piques their interest. Either way, though, don't lose heart. You can still write intentionally for these readers and their fast reading habits.

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Instagram Rolls out New Measures to Fight Back Against Growth Hackers

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In today’s increasingly crowded online marketplace, many startups struggle to find effective tactics to grow a robust online presence. Unfortunately, some, out of sheer frustration, turn to growth hacking, or recruiting large numbers of ghost followers from fake profiles to generate an artificially significant online presence.

Instagram recently announced that they plan to target these fake profiles and crack down on SMBs using ghost followers to inflate their online reputation. Like other “black hat” SEO tactics, businesses using these shortcuts often sacrifice long-term growth potential for short-term gains.

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