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"As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them." ~ John F. Kennedy Happy Thanksgiving from Netsville Based in Rochester, New York, Netsville is an Internet Property Management company specializing in managing the Digital Marketing, Technical, and Business Solutions for our customers since 1994. For more information, please click here....

With video becoming more and more prominent online, Video Marketing has become one of the most important elements with Internet Property Management (IPM). That is why Netsville offers in-house video production services as an important tool to conquer the ever-changing digital landscape. From short 2-3 minute Business Video Profiles to additional video options such as instructional video series, factory walkthroughs, featured product overviews, and much more. At Netsville, we are dedicated to all aspects of the IPM life cycle ensuring that your web site...

Public Internet access is a quarter of a century old this month. Envisioned in 1989 by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the World Wide Web went on to become the most influential invention of the 20th century when it was finally released to the general public in 1991. With the advent of hypertext protocol (HTTP) design, computers were now capable to communicate with each other through the web on an already established Internet network. What we now know as the Internet actually existed before 1989. Many networks like...

To the degree that social media has completely reshaped the way human beings of the 21st century interact, it is no surprise that it has earned its own day of global observance - National Social Media Day (#SMDay) - which around our office is everyday. Let’s face it - social media is not just for posting the latest photo of your grandchild or new puppy. It has reconnected long lost relatives and friends, spread and even broken...

It is estimated that more than 280 million people access the Internet in the United States, which is 88.5% of the U.S. population. Suffice to say, the Internet has become an integral part of contemporary living with subscribers expecting quick access throughout all aspects of their daily lives. Small businesses that rely heavily on a customer’s ability to find their digital shop on the web depend on having equal treatment, in terms of speed and reliability,...

Google announced recently at the Google Performance Summit some of the biggest changes to AdWords, well, since they launched AdWords. The changes will have some obvious, and some not so obvious, effects on large and small advertisers alike, with the most significant changes being: Expanded text ads, increasing their character limitations Adding Bidding levers for all devices Similar audience search Dynamic display ads on mobile GDN targeting expanding to other ad agencies The new expanded text ads...

The clash between copyright law and the advancement of Internet has been rising to a thunderous cacophony for many years now. From fraudulent DMCA takedowns on legally fair use videos to copyright "entrapment" of images appearing on websites through syndication resulting in exorbitant fines, it has become increasingly clear that the copyright laws of old need to be reexamined and overhauled to take the Internet age into account. Beyond the original ethically sound approach of protecting content creator's...

In an announcement last week, Blackberry acknowledged that Facebook will be discontinuing their app support for all Blackberry devices. Following the footsteps of WhatsApp, which recently announced that their support will be done by the end of the year, this amounts to another major blow against Blackberry that may see even their most ardent supporters and holdovers reconsider their future with the platform. In their press release (ironically entitled "Great Apps on Blackberry! A Strong Commitment to BlackBerry...

Adobe Flash's fall from grace has been anything but smooth. Its death, as we've covered before, is inevitable with some browsers, such as Firefox, already blocking it. Yet, even within its final throes of life, Flash has still managed to continuously aggravate the tortuous headaches that is has become known for. Engadget reports today that Flash has once again been the subject of a major security flaw enabling "critical vulnerabilities that could potentially allow an attacker to take control of...

For those avid Facebook users that have ever faced the dilemma of reacting to a dear friend's miserable post of bad news such as a break-up or a death in a family with the standard "Like" button, your prayers have been answered. Officially active as of today, Facebook has debuted an assortment of reaction buttons to supplement their classic "Like" button - "Love," "Haha," "Wow," "Sad," and "Angry." CNN Money reports that "[Facebook] worked with sociologists, consulted...

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