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 [Source: This article was Published in buzzfeednews.com By Craig Silverman - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Joshua Simon] Google-savvy reputation consultants will cover up arrests, poor customer reviews, and other image-killing content for the right price. Last year Adrian Rubin was sentenced to three...
[This article is originally in searchengineland.com written By Adam Dorfman - Uploaded by AIRS Member:: Issac Avila] Sure, Google is still bigger, but contributor Adam Dorfman notes that Bing has been introducing significant innovations. Here's why the underdog search engine is worth another look. W...
[This article is originally published in newyorker.com written By Ned Beauman - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Jennifer Levin] An open-source investigation is a tool anybody can use; as it spreads, it will inevitably mingle with the sort of delirium and propaganda that Eliot Higgins has always meant it t...
[This article is originally published in bizjournals.com written by RSM US LLP - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Issac Avila] Persons engaged in fraud and illegal activity have long used several methods to hide ill-gotten assets. Today, forensic investigators have powerful new technological tools to track ...
[This article is originally published in searchenginejournal.com written by Matt Southern - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Jeremy Frink] Google published a 30-page white paper with details about how the company fights disinformation in Search, News, and YouTube. Here is a summary of key takeaways from t...
[This article is originally published in searchenginejournal.com written by Dave Davies - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Anna K. Sasaki] Let me begin this with a full disclaimer. I begin each day by ransacking the news to make sure I know what’s going on in the search world around me. Follow me on Twitt...
[This article is originally published in popsci.com written by David Nield - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Joshua Simon] BROWSING HISTORY Many sites keep tabs on your past searches. rawpixel via Pixabay Every time you run a search online, the websites where you maintain an account can record that informa...
[This article is originally published in cnet.com written by RICK BROIDA - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Joshua Simon] Google Maps is regularly being used by law enforcement, according to a New York Times report. Not only is Google Maps tracking you, but a program called Google Sensorvault is potential...
[This article is originally published in forbes.com written by Brandon Stapper - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Dorothy Allen] In 2018, a one-size-fits-all approach to lead generation simply doesn't work anymore. Appealing to different market segments to generate leads requires an intimate knowledge of ...
[This article is originally published in breakingtravelnews.com - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Jasper Solander] Basically writing concerned for extreme attention and to details and some students possess an innate talent and for writing a good compelling paper. On the other hand, while the others needed...
Source: This article was Published bandt.com.au - Contributed by Member: Clara Johnson In this guest post, Jaywing MD, Tom Geekie (pictured below), offers his tips on how brands can get their messages heard in this new age of voice search… Voice assisted technology is fast becoming the new way to...
 Source: This article was Published cmswire.com By Kaya Ismail - Contributed by Member: Linda Manly Following LinkedIn’s launched back in 2002, the platform became known as the place to be for recruiters and job seekers alike. It was (and still is), the place to house your digital resume for the...
 Source: This article was Published ifsecglobal.com By John Mason - Contributed by Member: Grace Irwin Google voice search makes finding what you need even easier. Just say “OK Google,” tell your phone or tablet what you want to find, and you’ll get results. Or use the microphone icon in you...
Source: This article was Published cbsnews.com - Contributed by Member: Bridget Miller Even if "Location History" is off on your phone, Google often still stores your precise location. Here are some things you can do to delete those markers and keep your location as private as possible. But there'...
Source: This article was published lifewire.com By Heinz Tschabitscher - Contributed by Member: Rene Meyer Creating folders is by the far the easiest way to keep all your emails without letting them cause too much clutter. It's really easy to create Yahoo email folders no matter where you access...
 Source: This article was published business2community.com - Contributed by Member: Patrick Moore In order to get more exposure for your personal brand, it’s important to know exactly what your target audience is seeking after. With the right research strategies in place, your business can attra...
Source: This article was published lifewire.com By Heinz Tschabitscher - Contributed by Member: Alex Grey Keep Email Addresses, Private, When Sending to Multiple Recipients Sending an email to undisclosed recipients protects everyone's privacy and makes the email look clean and professional. The a...
Written By Rachel Summers The Email was intended to make communication quicker and easier but sometimes it’s more of a hindrance than a help. We now spend too long at work checking emails, trying to find old emails, searching through relevant chains for the information you need or trying to delet...
Now more than ever, marketing experts are improving their marketing strategy with fewer resources, and they are shifting marketing budgets from traditional to digital tactics like search engine optimization and social media. Companies, too often, omit their social media marketing strategy from thei...
An academic search engine is a must for every student or researcher, and now there’s an alternative to Google Scholar: Semantic Scholar, a new academic search engine that caters to researchers. While Google Scholar is best for deep web research, Semantic Scholar runs on a sophisticated techno...
Money-Saving Tips to Help You Cut the Cord and Go With Internet Service Only Cutting cable, or cutting the cord, out of your life isn’t always just about kicking the TV habit or switching over to a streaming video package. Sometimes, money is a key factor. Many households have found creative ways...
Small business market research is a tough game. If you Google “how to do market research,” you’ll come across a long list of tactics that are hard to use on a small business budget. Market research surveys and questionnaires, focus groups, competitive intelligence, SWOT analysis, and structure...
Looking for an important file or message among endless emails in your inbox is no fun, especially if you need it right before a meeting starts. You’ve tried using the basic search box at the top of Gmail and found out that it didn’t help either. Don’t worry, we’ve rounded up 6 search operato...
Contents How to Use the Advanced Search Form Search Term Highlighting Searches Using the Operators OR, NOT, and AND How to Use the Advanced Search Form The Advanced Search form lets you focus your search, giving you more precise results. You can access the Advanced Search in several ways: Clicking...
Find a phone number online with these 8 creative search tricks Use Free Reverse Lookup with Google Google makes it easy to look up a phone number, and you can even track down a name, address, email address, and recent personal updates, all in the same place. All you need to do is enter the entire p...
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