Can you say for sure that you know exactly what your children are viewing online and that their online privacy is protected? The chances are they know more about how to navigate the Internet than you and may even be browsing privately or deleting their history, cookies and caches.
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With over 50 million business pages registered within the Social Networking giant, it’s surprising it has taken Facebook this long to enhance how businesses present their services in front of the 1.5 billion users . However, this handy new Facebook function enables customers to quickly and easily search a professional that is located near them.
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The higher your profile the more important online reputation management becomes. When it comes to Online Reputation Management, many wealthy individuals know that negative search engine results can hurt their brand, but they may not be aware of the importance of maintaining a positive online presence for a family legacy. A business bearing a well-known family name carries an even higher risk, since any damaging information published online will have personal as well as professional consequences.
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Many of us use search engines such as Google and Bing to find product reviews or learn more about a business’s services and it’s becoming increasingly competitive to achieve the holy grail of search results, a place on the first page! Our infographic reveals just how important search results are for your brand.
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The way people are using search engines to find things online is changing, and search engines are changing to stay relevant to their users. Over 60% of searches now come from mobile devices and the way that Google displays results on phones and tablets is different to desktop results.
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