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Google's May 2022 Core Update
Emily Davis

How to Recover from Google’s May 2022 Core Update

Did your site lose traffic in the May 2022 broad core update? If so—or if you’re unsure—this post provides information about how you can approach recovering from a negative impact of an algorithm update. However, to start recovery from a

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top 10 super bowl commercials
Sam Mikhail

Top 10 Super Bowl Commercials Of All Time

The biggest weekend for advertisers is here as millions of families tune in to watch the best commercials of the year this Sunday … and a football game, too. The “big game” commercials have become a cultural phenomenon as some

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How to be present
Sam Mikhail

How To Be Present This Christmas

It’s that time of year again. The one where you spend all day shopping online for the perfect gift, take a break to binge watch your favorite holiday movies, and then go back to scrolling through Instagram. But how about

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Sam Mikhail

What Marketers Need to Know in the Era of Data Privacy

Earlier this month, Frances Haugen, a former Facebook product manager who sought federal whistleblower protection with the SEC, testified before Congress. Ms. Haugen left Facebook in May after almost two years. She stated she had grown frustrated by what she

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Global Chip Shortage
Sam Mikhail

The Global Chip Shortage: What’s Going On?

In July, Sony delayed the launch of a new camera, citing chip availability concerns. The idea of one of the world’s largest electronics companies postponing something like that at a few days’ notice is pretty extraordinary — to say the

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Sam Mikhail

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays

With 2020 coming to an end and as we look towards the New Year we wanted to wish you the best possible holiday season. Like us, I’m sure you’re happy to keep 2020 in the rearview mirror. It’s been a

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The Natural Revolution
Adia Atwell

The Natural Revolution

When Burt’s Bees toothpaste hit the market late last year, its simple and folksy graphics looked like any other natural toothpaste from a mom-and-pop shop. But it’s actually made by Procter & Gamble Co. under license from Clorox Co., which

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