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50 Amazing Mobile Marketing Statistics That Will Move You to Action

Writtent Blog

Mobile isn’t just a trend, it’s a total revolution in the way consumers interface with technology and businesses. In fact, experts estimate that mobile usage will overtake desktop and laptop usage by the end of this year. Mobile devices will account for 25% of global internet traffic by 2014. Source: HubSpot ).

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Biggest Search Algorithm Updates Of 2016 [Infographic]

Your Escape From 9 to 5

This has also proved to be tough on small businesses, who find it even harder to buy ads. The Accelerated Mobile Page (AMP) project is a Google-backed open-source initiative, which makes it easier for publishers to create light and mobile–friendly pages.

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CRM for the SMB

Small Business Mavericks

Today’s CRM market is filled with many systems that are appropriate for the small business owner. provides contact management for the small business owner. Maximizer CRM has strong capabilities for contact and opportunity management, but their mobile integration is the one that shines. But times have changed.

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themarketingblog@wordpress on Mobile

The Marketing Blog

16 am themarketingblog@wordpress on Mobile Jump to Comments There was a time when mobile version of a website used to be a rarity. The trend appears to have changed now and today’s development-teams have to consider the compatibility of their website/blog with mobile phones. it looks as if it is a rip-off from hotornot.

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Best Free Alternatives to Microsoft Office Word


It boasts mobile apps. It’s hard to open older files. Libre Office is open-sourced by its huge community that works on bringing useful updates and assets daily. That means that its source-code editable and can be changed for free. Completely free and open-sourced. It’s an open-source tool.

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The CIA is Watching Your Every Tweet

Freelance Social Media

“It’s part of a larger movement within the spy services to get better at using ”open source intelligence” — information that’s publicly available, but often hidden in the flood of TV shows, newspaper articles, blog posts, online videos and radio reports generated every day.&#

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The New Small

Ari Herzog

My next book is called The New Small: How a New Breed of Small Businesses is Harnessing the Power of Emerging Technologies. It is about how small businesses are using cloud computing, SaaS, open source, mobility, and social networks to compete with larger organizations.