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The Scoop-Ideas to Change Healthcare| Google Webmaster Tools Hacked| Kenshoo Q&A November 6, 2014

Filed under: Corporate — CMI/Compas @ 4:48 pm

We’re always talking about and looking forward to the future of medicine. This article takes an exciting look at the top 10 innovations predicted to shape healthcare in the not-so-distant future.

Twitter has made another change in the step of being more user-friendly. It’s changed the location of the status box, not-so-coincidentally to mimic Facebook.

We can always count on our Search team to bring us important insights, can’t we? SEO Analyst, David Hur shares this article and his recommendations on how to recover from having Google Webmaster Tools hacked. He comments, “Google Webmaster Tools is an essential piece of SEO campaigns as the tools relate to the way Google places any website in its search index and reports how the website’s behavior correlates with their search engine.  Recently, there have been many phishing hacking schemes targeted at Google users.  There is no easy way to recover from being hacked, but help is available through Google’s help section.”

VP, Search Engine Marketing and Emerging Media Justin Freid participated in a Q&A with Kenshoo, the #1 ranked paid search management tool by Forrester. It’s a really quick, interesting read touching on matters such as challenges in our industry, managing search programs to multiple audiences, and best practices for staying a step ahead.

Leanne Smith, Senior Director, Insights & Analytics presents recommendations today for successful digital marketing on the ad:tech panel. Follow us on Twitter for live tid-bits.

-Amanda Kopec Preto, Manager, Strategic Marketing & Corporate Communications


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