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Are you missing over 60% of your potential market? Here is The Must-Have Marketing Guidebook for 2015

5-27 mktoDid you know that over 60% of Google searches are now done on mobile devices? It's true. Mobile devices have become the most prevalent means of communications today. Are you effectively capturing your customer's attention across all their devices? It's easier than you may think! Check out Marketo's free new eBook, "Create Your Mobile Marketing Strategy" to start incorporating mobile marketing into your programs. Click here

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Costolo Says Twitter’s Future Is More Curation, Relevance And Media

5-28TwOnstage at Code in Southern California this morning, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo fielded questions about whether he’d be keeping his job in the face of outside criticism and angst over the rate of user growth for Twitter.

“The board and I are totally in sync,” Costolo said in response to a question about whether he’d have his job by the end of the year. “You have to focus on the long term and continue to execute on that strategy.”

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Feeling the Sting of Recent Rotten Reviews on Yelp?

5-28ypRatings and review sites, such as Yelp and others, have been in the news lately and not for the right reasons: Accusations have circulated that paid subscribers to these sites may be deleting customers' negative reviews and that many businesses actually pay for positive ones.

Naturally, consumers have become wary and wonder if they can trust the reviews -- good and bad.

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Whatever happened to Google+? ‘We’re working on it,’ Sundar Pichai says

5-28GPToday at the Google I/O developer conference in San Francisco, Googlers said nothing about its social network, Google+. There are no conference sessions about Google+, either. The same thing happened at last year’s Google I/O.

The social network has undergone a few changes in the past few months. Google quietly removed the Google+ Shared Collections feature, and Google+ has essentially been divided into separate products, Photos and Streams. But you can still access it, of course.

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