Today, Pinterest announced that it has expanded its discovery tool to make what you are looking for much easier. Users will now be able follow specific interests in addition to following specific users. This update follows the previous search tool launch that was announced in April that suggests sub-categories based on the user’s initial search term. Learn more about the updates on Pinterest’s blog.
The Hot HR Technology Trends Of 2014
“It’s been a while since I’ve seen a solid independent survey of HR tech trends that will affect the workplace in 2014. The Information Services Group III -1.1% (ISG), a leading technology insights, market intelligence and advisory services company, recently conducted the ‘Industry Trends in Human Resources Technology and Service Delivery Survey’. Released in February 2014, the survey presents findings, which, while not surprising, should be top of mind for leaders and talent managers everywhere.”
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Twitter Introduces organic Tweet analytics
Recently Twitter announced the launch of an enhanced Tweet activity dashboard that will provide users measurable insights into how your organic Tweets perform. Check out all the new dashboard features on Twitter’s blog.
Twitter Acquires Commerce Startup CardSpring
Last Wednesday, Twitter announced that they have officially acquired the commerce startup CardSpring.
“CardSpring is a startup that helps merchants connect to publishers to create online-to-offline promotions. The company bills itself as a company that lets businesses “build apps for payment cards.” The idea is that you can add a coupon or a promotion directly to your method of payment, meaning that buying a distinct product — or even shopping at a particular store — can trigger an action or discount when done on a specific payment method.” Read the full article on Mashable.
Amazon Officially Unveils Kindle Unlimited Subscription Service
On Friday, Amazon unveiled their newest service an ebook subscription service named Kindle Unlimited.
“The service promises access to 600,000 books in the Kindle reading library that members can read on their Kindle ereaders and tablets, iOS and Android devices and on Windows and Mac desktops and laptops. The service will also offer unlimited access to 2,000 audio books from Audible.”
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The Smoking Gun: Deleted Google Author Photos Boost Ad CTR
“If you’ve been following developments in the search industry lately, you’ll have undoubtedly have come across discussions about Google’s recent decision to remove authorship photos from search results. We reported on this soon after the change went into effect, and other industry thought leaders like Rand Fishkin wasted no time weighing in, either.”
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Why, When & How Often Google Indexes Individual Tweets
“Figuring out when and why Google indexes a specific Tweet has long been a conundrum and point of angst for many SEOs. Of course Google does index Tweets, but the methodology has seemed like a total crapshoot — until now.”
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Google Updates Maps With Gmail Invites, Better Search
“Searching for places within the Google Maps iOS app just got easier.
Google rolled out an update to the iOS version of its Maps app that improves search and discovery, and integrates Gmail events and reservation information.”
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