Netsville presents our top 5 Best of the Week picks for Internet Marketing stories and developments from across the web.
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6 Things You Need to Know About Borrowing Images Online
“Did you know that the World Wide Web is already 27 years old? Wow, that’s ancient. Like many 27-year-olds, the Web is still reinventing itself, which means that things like online etiquette, information sharing, and photo sharing are evolving with it. If you do regular…”
Read more at Business 2 Community.
Microsoft finally starts doing something with LinkedIn by integrating it into Office 365
“Last year, Microsoft bought LinkedIn for $26.2 billion, but even though the acquisition has long closed, Microsoft hasn’t yet done much with all of the data it gets from the social network. At its Ignite conference in Orlando, Florida, the company announced some first…”
Read more at TechCrunch.
YouTube Wants to Make It Easier for Marketers to Make Thousands of Different Ads
“YouTube is rolling out a new tool, called Director Mix, to make it easier for marketers to churn out hundreds, if not thousands of variations of video ads. The company is on a mission to convince advertisers that more relevant ads…”
Read more at Business Insider.
5 Ways to Get People to Respond to Your Email
“Email can be an extremely effective method of communication for business — but only when people actually read and respond to those messages. If email outreach is an important part of your business, you know that getting a…”
Read more at Entrepreneur.
Why Your Digital Transformation Initiative Will Probably Fail
“There’s lots of talk about ‘Digital Transformation’ as if it were something new, as if the concept were in its infancy. But in truth, digital transformation has been around for a while, and it’s acting less like a newborn than an awkward teenager with growing pains, giving its parents plenty of trouble. The result: many digital transformation initiatives are failing…”
Read more at EnterpriseTech.
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