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Apple Almost Bought Which Mobile Payments Giant?

Written by MikeR on . Posted in Mobile

Apple Almost Bought Which Mobile Payments Giant? Sources close to Apple are cited in a new report from Re/code indicating that Apple almost purchased one of the world’s leading mobile payments companies.

According to the report in question, Apple came close to making a bid for Square.

We’re told that Google was interested as well, but even with such large potential s

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Mike Schroepfer Sells Another 25K Facebook Shares

Written by David Cohen on . Posted in Social Media Marketing & Strategy

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Study: Big Things Ahead for BYOB

Written by ChristaH on . Posted in Mobile

Study: Big Things Ahead for BYOB According to a new report shared Thursday with Mobile Marketing Watch, the global BYOD market is expected to top 238 billion by 2020.

The study, conducted by Grand View Research, shows that the growing proliferation of smartphones and tablets coupled with the preference to use a single device is expected to fuel market growth over the next six

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A Guide To Validating Product Ideas With Quick And Simple Experiments

Written by Grace Ng on . Posted in Website & Creative

You probably know by now that you should speak with customers and test your idea before building a product. What you probably don’t know is that you might be making some of the most common mistakes when running your experiments.

Mistakes include testing the wrong aspect of your business, asking the wrong questions and neglecting to define a

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Google Tests Video Search Results Without Thumbnail Images

Written by Barry Schwartz on . Posted in Online Advertising & SEO

For the longest time, videos found within Google’s search results contained thumbnail images of a frame within the video. That is how Google has displayed richer search results, ever since the days of Universal Search.

It seems like Google is testing making those video results a bit less rich by removing the video thumbnail image and replacing it

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