Why you Should NOT Check Personal Email at Work

With technology and social networking playing an increasing role in the workplace, various legal cases are popping up regarding trade secret violations, privacy and social media as a whole. Michael Droke, co-department head of the Labor and Employment Group at Seattle law firm Dorsey & Whitney LLP, talks about how companies can protect themselves from […]

What Can Social Media Tell Us About American Society?

America is obsessed with its social media tools – more than half of all Americans have a social networking profile. But what does social media tell us about American society? Is our use of social tools a reflection of our interests and behaviors? Apparently we Americans have a lot to say (48% of all bloggers […]

ISPs Caught Hijacking & Redirecting Search Results

Careful who you’re hiring to handle your Internet service: The New Scientist reports that several ISPs are allegedly hijacking searches conducted on search engines and redirecting in order to make a quick profit. A searcher would search for a keyword such as [apple] and the ISP may take that user through a redirect via an […]

5 Free Tools for Recording Google+ Hangouts

Google+ Hangouts are proving one of the most popular features of the new social networking service, but there’s no built-in option to record them. Until Google adds such functionality, we’ve found five workarounds to help you record your next Hangout – free. More Information For more information go to: http://searchengineland.com/seo-copywriting-tips-optimizing-for-multiple-keywords-on-one-page-89379

Clicks That Cost: How Google Made Over $32 Billion Last Year

In the past four quarters, Google made a whopping $32.2 billion in advertising revenues. Today, WordStream, a provider of search marketing software, published a nice infographic showing the twenty most expensive keyword categories in AdWords. At the top of the list is “insurance”, with a top CPC (cost per click) of almost $55. There are […]