Archive for October 2010
This week in the blogosphere we’ll look at four blog posts that examine Facebook’s ongoing battle with privacy concerns and the general lack of trust among users of social networks, Google’s new social search options and how companies are leveraging blogs for marketing purposes.
Seattle Business magazine recognized Optify’s co-founder and VP of products, Erez Barak, as a 2010 Top 25 Innovator at an awards ceremony last night (10/21/2010) at the Hard Rock Café in Seattle.
Microsoft and Yahoo have begun rolling out the next phase of their Search Alliance: the paid search transition. By the end of October, they plan to have transitioned all Yahoo advertisers to Microsoft’s adCenter and for all Yahoo paid search to be Bing-powered.
SEATTLE—October 20, 2010—Optify (http://www.optify.net), the leading provider of hosted, easy-to-use enterprise search engine optimization (SEO) and social media software for business,today announced it has secured an investment of $6.1 million.
We are releasing our new Lead Scoring application this week and its been a great project! We aimed to make the inherently complex task of scoring leads easier to understand and more intuitive to use.
This week in the blogosphere we’ll review four blog posts that discuss the evolution of social search, the worth of a “Like” on a brand’s Facebook page and email’s continuing relevance as a social sharing tool.
After examining the new UI and reading the various reviews, we can recommend eight tips on how to adjust your Twitter tactics to take full advantage of the new Twitter