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FEATURED ARTICLE — March 28th, 2017

Digital Hunter or Digitally Hunted: Which One Are You?

As a B2B marketer, of course you know there are major differences between Business-to-Business (B2B) and Business-to-Consumer (B2C) marketing.  Since we are all exposed to consumer marketing hundreds of times on a daily basis, we often have the tendency to imitate what we see.

However, if you’re not a Fortune 500 company running branding campaigns with millions of dollars to spend, it’s important that you know how to best spend your marketing dollars and what will give you a return on your investment.

The case for B2B and B2C marketing being different is one that has gone on for many years.  The Internet has an abundance of videos, charts, PDFs and lists of varying sizes.  In the end, there are many legitimate characterizations which adequately describe these differences.

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Facebook Stories

Stories Makes Its Debut in Main Facebook App

If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, than Snapchat should be feeling pretty good, right about now. Facebook has not been shy about using its competitor as inspiration for its Stories features in Instagram, WhatsApp, and Messenger. Now Facebook… Read More
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Elon Musk Founding a Firm to Connect Our Brains With AI

Elon Musk is about to get even busier. The CEO of Tesla and SpaceX is launching a new company, Neuralink, with the purpose of developing technology that connects our brains to artificial intelligence. The purpose? To help people with neurological disorders… Read More

Google Home Coming to the U.K. April 6

Google Home will land in the U.K. on April 6. Google, in a special event in London today, unveiled a smart speaker specifically tailored to a British audience. “We know the U.K. has been patiently waiting for Google Home to arrive and we’ve… Read More

Technology News


The Future of Smartphones

With technology evolving and developing at an incredible rate, it is hard to predict what we might see in the next few years but, based on various trends, rumors and inside news researched by Logo Glaze, it has been concluded the following 15 innovations… Read More

Google’s YouTube Could Lose $750M Over Advertising Snafu

Google’s recent gaffe with advertisers will cost the company big bucks, according to a note from analyst firm Nomura Instinet. Major brands have been pulling their advertising from Google’s YouTube platform in the past few weeks over concerns… Read More
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Uber Self-Driving Car Testing Screeches to Halt After Crash

Uber has temporarily halted its self-driving car testing after one of its vehicles was involved in a collision in Tempe, Arizona. The ride-hailing service has stopped all on-road testing in both Arizona and Pittsburgh, PA., where its Advanced Technologies… Read More

SEO News


Google Groundhog Targeting Shady Links

Already twice this year Google has, seemingly, sent signals that is wishes to continue the disruption of link-building schemes and shady linking practices as it has done numerous times in the past. Google has released two unconfirmed algorithm updates… Read More
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Why You Should Forget about Traditional Keyword Research

The vast majority of online marketing campaigns start with a keyword research. It is simply natural — to know how to sell your product, service or content, you need to know how people look for it. How have SEO and marketing specialists done it over… Read More
Google Voice Search

Voice Search: The Next Evolution in SEO

“The future of SEO is here: understanding and marketing to specific and defined audiences through search engines.” – Adam Audette, senior vice-president of organic search at Merkle This statement may have been true at one time, but in today’s… Read More

Social Media News

Live Location

Facebook Launches Live Location Sharing for Messenger

Facebook Messenger will now let you share your real-time location with your friends. The new feature, dubbed Live Location, means users of the new tool will not only be telling their friends and family members where they are at any given moment —… Read More
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U.K. Asking for Police Access to WhatsApp in Wake of Terrorist Attack

The U.K. is demanding access to encrypted messages on Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp in the wake of the terrorist attack in Westminster last week. Home Secretary Amber Rudd said there should be “no place for terrorists to hide,”… Read More
Facebook Live

Facebook Live Now Available for Desktop Users Worldwide

Facebook Live is now live to all users around the globe — even those on laptops and desktops. The popular platform, which officially launched more than a year ago to all mobile users, enables users to broadcast live before an audience. “While… Read More


Business & Marketing News

Business Woman

How Branding Defines and Positions Your Business

When you think of brands you probably think of big names, and the big named products you see every day. But what exactly is a brand? What does it mean? How is your brand communicated? When talking with entrepreneurs, I get a sense there’s a lot… Read More

5 Incredible Ways to Boost Web Traffic Through Print Marketing

  Let’s get a few things straight about the print versus digital marketing debate. First, print isn’t dead; if that was true, the debate would have ended when it died. Second, arguing over which method works better is nonsense. Digital… Read More

5 StartUp Hacks to Boost Employee Productivity

Here’s a quick stat: The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports the average American spends 8.8 hours in the workplace. That’s a little more than the average seven hours an American sleeps at night. The point here is that we spend more time at work than… Read More

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7 Ways Mobile Has Changed Our Lives Forever

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Sen. Jeff Flake, (R-Az.)

U.S. Senate Votes to Let Internet Service Providers Share Customer Data

The U.S. Senate on Thursday voted to repeal broadband privacy rules enacted last fall by the Federal Communications Commission. Sen. Jeff Flake, (R-Az.) introduced the Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution to repeal the rules that would have… Read More
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Instagram Finally Offering Two-Factor Authentication

Instagram is upping user security with the option of two-factor authentication. The security feature, which has already been adopted by many technology and social media companies, has been a long time in coming for the popular Facebook-owned photo-sharing… Read More



Daptly a Voice and Gesture Controlled Smart Display That Doubles as a Mirror

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Sticky Password and ESET Team Up on a Password Management Solution

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iStaging Launches Comprehensive VR Platform

Real estate-focused AR/VR company iStaging has released a comprehensive mobile-first solution for real estate agents to showcase properties in virtual reality. The product suite features a user-friendly 360-degree VR camera app as well as a cloud platform… Read More

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