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The Future of the Internet Isn’t the Web
August 10th, 2016 by Contently on Digital Pivot
Tech products are known for lionizing, buzzword-ridden launches, and the iPhone’s introduction in 2007 was no exception. “Every once in a while a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything,” said Steve Jobs. “This is a revolution of the first order.” We’d heard this before. But this time, Jobs was right, and he nailed the reason why in four words: “Internet in your pocket.”

The Internet's 10 'Ugliest' Websites
May 25th, 2016 by Fast Company on Digital Pivot
Craigslist is one of the ugliest websites on the Internet. The home page is an indistinct wall of links and text, the site is tough to navigate, the postings are cluttered, and the design has barely changed in the past 15 years. At a time when websites are competing to offer the best digital experiences, Craigslist is the pinnacle of user unfriendliness. And that's exactly...
Reddit Looks to Expand with Embedded Posts
May 20th, 2016 by The Drum on Digital Pivot
The ‘Front page of the Internet’ Reddit has made it easier to seed its content across the web with the rollout of a thread embed button. While a rich ecosystem of opinions, news and humour, the Reddit community has been largely self-contained amid its own subreddit threads. The move could help breathe further life into the site’s conversations by enabling users to seed questions...
Help With Getting Found on the Web
December 8th, 2015 by Doug Bedell on Flack Me
Getting yourself or clients found on the ever-widening World Wide Web is both a trial and a test of your knowledge of search engine optimization – SEO. PRNewser acknowledges as much with a post on “SEO 101: How to Find 9 Classes for PR Pros”. Except for those from Hubspot and Moz, the classes aren’t free. But they’re all worth considering if you want to be a presence on the Web, and who doesn’t? In further elaboration of SEO strategy, John Lincoln on Entrepreneur provides “6 Essential SEO Strategies to Incorporate in 2016.” John takes you into the realm of content-marketing strategy.
Unless They're Royalty Free, Images Can Bite You
November 16th, 2015 by Doug Bedell on Flack Me
We suspect that for many PR practitioners, the question of using photos incidentally from such sources as Google Images, leaves a vague feeling of, “I wonder if this is really legal.” Might the photo be copyrighted? Who knows? So, in haste, we’re likely to use it, reasoning that if Google shows it, it ought to be okay. Not necessarily.
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