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The history of open source software dates back to at least the early 1980s and is rooted in the free software movement led by computer scientist Richard Stallman. At its core, open source is a type of software in which source code is released under a license that grants users the right to study, change, and distribute it freely, as they see fit. While open source has long been a darling of starRead More
Instagram has become one of the top social networks used by consumers to discover, research, and talk about new products. Businesses around the world, from big brands to startups and local mom-and-pop shops, know it and they’re already taking advantage to drive sales and results with Instagram. So, if you have an active presence on this popular social network and want to turn your fans andRead More
Enterprise businesses have been using systems that resemble today’s DXPs longer than most other companies. Complicated, often cumbersome software used for building websites and integrating marketing automation from those sites is not a new phenomenon for the Fortune 500. What’s changed is that while those businesses were getting larger, and adding complexity to their internal, proprietary,Read More
For more than two decades, software providers have been creating platforms that allow us to build and maintain content on the Internet. While the early options were rudimentary, many of these content or customer experience management tools have become part of large, legacy systems that rely on data from multiple sources outside the CMS to truly deliver value. This has had a huge impact on organizRead More
01. Introduction The key to a good data protection program is to be meticulous and follow the steps below. However, we must remember that organizations are changing entities, so the real success in carrying out a data protection program will be to keep track of it, in order to always keep it updated. For example, If employees need to kRead More
Even if your website is performing well, it will need refreshing every now and then to ensure it works well, it looks appealing and gives you the best chance of converting your visitors. Technology and customer expectations change quickly online so it’s important to keep up with the latest developments and trends and avoid lagging behind your competitors. It pays to refresh your website anRead More
POINT-BY-POINT BREAKDOWN Trust Builder #1 | Your company logo goes here. Trust Builder #2 | Your Facebook “like” button showing how many “likes” your page has. Provides social proof “above the fold” on the landing page. Trust Builder #3 | Your company’s address (providesRead More
This is the EXACT Step-By-Step Process we used to generate over 4 million leads and more than $100 million in sales. Better still, it’s a REPEATABLE system we were able to apply in market after market, successfully entering 23 different niches as diverse as Scrabble Tile Jewelry, Orchid Care, Memory Improvement, Business Consulting and Golf Instruction. It’s also the system we have beenRead More
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Many of us are guilty of saying the phrase “one day” when it comes to doing odd jobs around the house or trying something new. Now that Surrey is on lockdown and we are spending more time at home, there could not be a better time to start ticking things off your "to-do list". From finally sorting out the paperwork that has been piling up into a small mountain, to cleaning the oven whicRead More
Facebook is providing the World Health Organization (WHO) with free ad space in response to COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. In a post on Tuesday, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that the social network is providing WHO with “as many free ads as they need” for outreach related to the outbreak. It’s also providing “ad credits” to other organizations anRead More
Mr. Rogers once said, “When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mom would say to me ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.’” And that can be no truer than now. We lives in the Bay Area where there has been a mandatory shutdown. It is bizarre to see the grocery store ransacked, the schools empty, and the explosion of mass hysteria on socialRead More