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Efanr DF22 Smart Bracelet Watch Bluetooth Smartband Wristband Smartwatch Wristwatch with Headset Earphone Pedometer Fitness Activity Tracker for iPhone IOS Android Smartphones (Silver)

Function:
1.Turn on /off
Long press the power button to turn on the bracelet with WELCOME Letters
Long press the power button, and press the function key to turn off with GOODBYE letters
Press power key to light up the OLED screen with time display.

2.Bluetooth pairing
1)smart bracelet should be paired with smart phone for first time.
2)Press function key to find the bluetooth, and press function key again to enter the bluetooth function, active bluetooth.
3)Turn on bluetooth on smart watch, and make sure it can be searched by bluetooth devices.
4)Search an connect bluetooth name DF22 on smart phone.

3.Sync phone book
After devices pairing, press function key to switch into Phone Book function, and users can check and dial phone numbers

4.Phone calls reminding, caller ID
After devices pairing, the bracelet vibrate and display caller ID when receiving phone calls

5.Remote anti-lost
The bracelet alarms when the smart phone is 10 meters far from you, or smart phone power off.

6. If you want to use all of the health smart watch function, please download FunRun App and open FunRun activity firstly, then you can use anti-lost, looking smartphones, step track, sleep management , phone call and message notification, remote capture, ect.

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The One Type Of Blog Post That Will Transform Your Blog Immediately

This is a guest contribution from Joe Elliott.

How hard can it be when you start a new blog, you create crazy amounts of content and then you need to start generating traffic?

You bust your butt off to get 20 posts so that you can say you are good to go.

You reach out to influencers only to meet their trashcan. You even submit a ton of pitches for a guest post… again only to get an instant delete!

It sucks!

The truth is this is the old school way of doing this blogging game. Content is still king but your job nowadays is to create content that can generate traffic easily on its own.

Today I am going to share with you the exact strategy I use to create a traffic generating expert roundup post. I will show you the best outreach tips I have to ensure your contributors say yes.

Once this post is live and doing its job you have the social proof I mentioned before and you will get your first few visitors with ease!

Are you ready?

Find A Proven Content Idea That Will Drive Your Audience Wild!

Every topic in your niche that your audience would be interested in has been covered. Having said that, you can still create a better resource that has your very own unique take on the topic.

When you first start a blog you want to create content that has been a success on other blogs. If it has done well before then there is no reason why it can’t take off again.

That is if you do the topic justice!

An expert roundup post that is based on a killer topic will blow your readers mind easily. This post type is stuffed with legendary tips, it’s bursting with value.

So how can you find these topics that have proven their worth?

The One Type Of Blog Post The Will Transform Your Blog Immediately

First head over to Google and search for a broad topic in your niche. This will show you the content that has managed to make the first page of Google. It’s the best content on Google.

The One Type Of Blog Post The Will Transform Your Blog Immediately

Now take each post on the front page of the search results and enter them into Buzzsumo. This will show you the most shared content from this website.

As you go through each you should see similar topics on multiple blogs. When you see the same topic a few times you are onto a good thing.

That’s your PROVEN topic!

Now all that’s left to do is to turn this into a question.

Head over to Quora and type in your hot topic, now pick a question that your audience is looking for and that get’s some traction (how many upvotes does it have). This rocks because the influencers will want to be featured because it’s a popular topic and your audience are happy because it’s a popular question.

Create A List Of Influencers That Are Desperate To Share Your Expert Roundup Post

Now you have that killer question it is time to create a spreadsheet to input all your influencer buddies into.

The spreadsheet should have a column for their name, blog name, their URL, email and social media accounts. I also add a column for me to write accepted or leave blank. It pays to be organized!

I always start by entering the details for people I know first because you have a track record with them they will be more likely to get involved. Just make sure that they are relevant to the topic. Nobody wants to know what Sports player thinks about SEO, really.

Big celebrity bloggers, these are the ones that every marketer knows, like Darren Rowse, Neil Patel, Amy Porterfield, Pat Flynn etc…

They will be the hardest people to get a hold of because of the sheer amount of email they get daily. Some even have a VA which makes it even harder to get to their inboxes. The best way to get straight to these people is to find someone who knows them and ask them for a connection.

If they fit the bill for your roundup then you should start trying to get on their radar about 6 months out.

The One Type Of Blog Post The Will Transform Your Blog Immediately

Big Audience Bloggers are the bloggers who could still transform your blog because of their big audience. They may still not be at Neil Patel level but they have some decent influence.

You now have a better chance of getting your email read but if you have not taken the time to get on their radar they won’t reply. If you form a relationship with these people most will help you with your expert roundup post.

Credibility Building Bloggers, these are the bloggers that know their stuff but are still building their audience. They have some influence and have connections with the big dogs! You will find these bloggers by looking at other roundups. If they have featured one of the big guys you should definitely consider them because that shows there is a connection there!

The little guys, we all gotta start somewhere. These dudes will promote your post like mad because they want to show that they have been featured amongst the big dogs.

Always consider these dudes –  if they make it before you, well it’s another connection!

So get started by filling out your spreadsheet with all the bloggers you want to feature in your post.

I would always aim for at least a hundred. Not all will get back but it should get you at least 20 if you crack the next bit…

Nail Your Outreach For An Awesome Roundup Post

Now that you have got a big list of bloggers to reach out to it is time to craft a killer outreach email to get their answer. Check out this article by Jason Quey where he shares his best strategy to get in touch with any kind of influencer.

Most newbies screw this bit up because they feel the need to make their email request all about them or they do not get on the radar well enough!

Hard fact, nobody is going to help you if your number one topic is yourself. If you met someone on the street for the first time and asked for $10, what would their response be?

If you do a good deed for someone, however, you are more than likely to get more in return. Work on forming a relationship!

Start by reaching out to the big dogs these bloggers will take a bit more time to get them on your side. The best way to get on their radar is to start commenting on their blogs, or reaching out to them on social media…

This is how I got in contact with Jaime Masters at the Eventual Millionaire. I followed up by sending her a personal email thanking her for all her hard work and started connecting from there!

The One Type Of Blog Post The Will Transform Your Blog Immediately

The first tip for a successful outreach email is to put the name of the influencer in the subject. You would be surprised how many people use templates and don’t address the influencers by their name at any point in their outreach.

Epic Fail!

This is just rude! When people see their name in the subject they will be more drawn to the email.

Your number on way to get an expert to contribute is to keep the question super easy…

What is your number one tip for new bloggers to start getting traffic?

This is good because it tells the expert who the audience is and the topic getting traffic. It is an easy to answer the question. One tip is plenty because won’t have to write an essay!

Bad Example…

What are the strategies you use to build a blog, list and make money?

This could be a book and you have not stated who the target audience for the post is!

Now the other reason I told you to get the big bloggers first is so that you can drop some social proof into the email. This will help your outreach efforts immensely.

I have got Darren Rowse, Neil Patel, and Yaro Starak’s answers, can I add yours to my list?

When other bloggers see these names they will see that you are working hard to make it a success. This is perfect and will help your efforts to get others involved.

Go The Extra Mile And Let Your Experts Shine

You should be chuffed with your progress, now it is time to put it all together. No matter what keyword you are targeting this post is for the experts to showcase their skills and experience. You have to let them shine.

Create a killer headline that encourages people to click through to your post. I do three things to make sure my headline stands out.

  1. Have the main keyword to tell Google and your readers what the post is about,
  2. Share the benefit the reader can expect from reading the post,
  3. Add some power words that make it impossible to say no. Sarah Peterson has done an awesome job compiling a list of power words on SumoMe.

Lastly, I will ask people what they think. You could ask the experts or create a survey in Facebook groups. Your goal is to make sure it kicks butts but you’re not on your own unless you choose to be.

Now to create an intro that captures and hooks your readers in, if you can get them here surely you can keep them through the post. My intros tend to follow a structure but the main thing is to tell the reader what they can expect from your post…

  1. Introduce the problem that the post will cover,
  2. Tell them that your post is going to solve this very problem,
  3. Introduce the experts and away we go…

List your experts with their Name, website, short bio and their answer. Now again we want to let them shine so do not be afraid to head over to their website and grab screenshot examples, you can even create your own examples so you have unique pictures.

You could have a link to their most popular post (you can find this using Buzzsumo). Go the extra mile and your experts will see that you care and that it’s not just about you!

Lastly end the post by thanking all your experts for their time. Give a quick summary and ask your readers the question.

This will keep the communication going in the comments, more engagement for your blog!

Don’t Be Lazy: Promote Your Post Too

I see a lot of people using these posts to get some exposure for themselves but they leave it all up to the experts. Yes you will get a lot of free promotion, but you have also got a lot of free content, you should thank the experts by getting them maximum exposure.

The first thing that is so simple to implement is Click to Tweet buttons. These make it easy for your readers to share the content. You can download this free plugin for WordPress which makes the job a breeze.

If you want though you can head to ClickToTweet.com and set up a basic link, this gives you a link to add to your roundup where it makes sense.

The One Type Of Blog Post The Will Transform Your Blog Immediately

The next thing to do is to create some social media graphics using Canva or any tool of your choice. Showcase one or two experts in these images. Now schedule tweets, Facebook posts, Google+ posts and even Pinterest Pins with these pictures and tag your experts in them.

The next thing I do is schedule an email out to my list, doing the social media stuff first helps to create some shares and sometimes even comments. This is social proof for your own subscribers to see when they get there.

Now there should be a bit of traction, so I will reach out to the experts and let them know it’s live. Make it easy for them to share by including a click to tweet link in the email. You still don’t need to ask them for anything.

Let them decide, most will share anyway because they are featured in the post.

Now before I go I want you to go to your favorite industry publication and find the editor and the most common contributors. Start connecting with these people and make sure the link to your site is easy to find.

If you are using Wisestamp the journalists will see your link in your signature if you email them. If on Twitter they will see your link on your profile. Just be helpful don’t ask them for anything, just mingle. If you play your cards right you could get some major exposure from them!

It’s Over To You

This kind of post can be the most powerful, if you’re not lazy and deliver value to your experts as well as your readers. If you are struggling to get traction or you have a new blog then this type of post is perfect for you.

It might seem like a lot of work but really if you’re not spending time, how can you expect results. Noah Kagen said this in a webinar of his I attended…

The One Type Of Blog Post The Will Transform Your Blog Immediately

This is so true and I think it is something you should keep in mind, not just for roundups but for any post you create!

Have you created an expert roundup post? What were your results like? Let me know in the comments!

Joe Elliott is the founder of One Man Wiki, his blog that shares tips to help you kickstart your blog. If you are a new or struggling blogger his tips will show you how to get traction in no time at all. Take his exclusive free course that will show you how to leverage the power of influencers so you can skyrocket your traffic and subscribers.

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Facebook's fundraisers now help you raise money for yourself and friends

Facebook

If you’re hoping to raise money for a good cause, but it isn’t tied to a specific organization, Facebook just changed the game.

The social media giant has expanded its fundraisers tool, now letting users create personal fundraiser pages to raise money for themselves, friends, and people or things not on Facebook. Previously, users could only raise money for a registered nonprofit on the platform.

SEE ALSO: Facebook creates Community Help tool so users can aid each other after disasters

But to stick to social good, the new personal fundraisers can only span six categories: education (like tuition and books), medical (like procedures and treatments), pet medical, crisis relief (like natural disasters), personal emergency (like house fires or theft), and funeral and loss. As the product rolls out, however, Facebook hopes to include more categories and evolve them over time. Read more…

More about Charity, Nonprofits, Facebook, Social Good, and Social Media

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Trump's tweet about women just made the internet's head explode

Facebook

No Donald. Just, no. 

The president tweeted out a video Thursday about how “only by enlisting the full potential of women in our society will we truly be able to (you have not heard this expression before) make America great again.”

Only by enlisting the full potential of women in our society will we be truly able to #MakeAmericaGreatAgain🇺🇸https://t.co/n33fsISWax pic.twitter.com/tcXorZfdea

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 31, 2017

SEE ALSO: We totally agree with George W. Bush on Trump’s inauguration speech

Hmm, I wonder what people on the internet will think of this message. It’s not like Trump was caught on tape saying … oh yeah. Read more…

More about Women, Trump, Donald Trump, Social Media, and Twitter

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Melhor colaboração com as recentes melhorias no Sprout

A plataforma do Sprout permite que as equipes colaborem melhor e gerenciem mais facilmente seu fluxo de trabalho. Lançamos recentemente muitas melhorias para refinar mais funções de usuário dentro de sua equipe e definir configurações de perfil e de administração para maximizar a produtividade e o valor a partir da plataforma.

Não importa se você gerencia uma equipe de duas ou dezenas de pessoas, as ferramentas de colaboração do Sprout garantem que essa equipe seja constituída para o sucesso dentro da plataforma, oferecendo uma ampla gama de funcionalidades que podem ser utilizadas em diferentes equipes e departamentos.

Interaja com os clientes que utilizam a permissão de resposta

O Sprout agora tem uma nova configuração de permissão do usuário chamada Pode Responder. O Pode Responder permite que os usuários respondam a mensagens na Inbox Inteligente e, ainda assim, exigindo que eles enviem mensagens para aprovação no Composição. Ao proteger os tipos de mensagens que os usuários podem publicar, o Pode Responder preenche uma lacuna entre o Precisa de Aprovação e as permissões de Publicação.

Utilizando essa nova permissão, as equipes de atendimento ao cliente agora podem reagir a eventuais necessidades e solicitações que chegam pela Inbox Inteligente, enquanto as equipes de marca e conteúdo podem trabalhar de forma proativa no Composição sem ter que se preocupar que alguém de fora de sua equipe publique uma mensagem. Essas ferramentas de colaboração ajudam as equipes a resolver questões de suporte, nutrir clientes potenciais e proporcionar uma experiência de marca excepcional.

Saiba mais sobre como aplicar a permissão Pode Responder.

Compartilhe facilmente relatórios com suas equipes usando Enviar PDF

Os usuários do Sprout agora podem enviar PDFs de relatórios para entrega direta a qualquer endereço de e-mail. Esse é o primeiro de uma série de recursos que fornecem funcionalidade mais robusta no que se refere à oferta de entrega de relatórios do Sprout.

Nesta primeira atualização, Enviar PDF permite aos usuários enviar rapidamente PDFs por e-mail para as partes interessadas diretamente do menu Exportar de qualquer relatório. Os usuários podem facilmente compartilhar relatórios com colegas ou outros interessados que não tenham uma licença Sprout, disponibilizando os relatórios do Sprout aos membros da equipe fora do Sprout em um formato PDF sempre que precisarem visualizá-los. Saiba mais sobre como utilizar esse recurso de relatório.

Gerencie as configurações de Fila de publicação com membros de equipe adicionais

A simples adição às opções de Permissões da Empresa na tela Usuários e Perfis de Usuários abre mais oportunidades para a publicação de colaboração em equipe dentro da Fila Sprout. Agora, os usuários com acesso Gerenciar Perfis e Permissões do Sprout podem autorizar usuários de sua equipe a Gerenciar Configurações da Fila.

Antes somente os proprietários da conta podiam gerenciar essas configurações. Tendo em mente que muitas equipes estão distribuídas por todo o mundo, é importante notar que os gerentes de fila lidarão com tempos de espera em seus respectivos fusos horários. Saiba mais aqui.

Configurar as ferramentas avançadas do Twitter pelas configurações de atenção ao cliente

Os usuários do Sprout no plano Corporativo agora podem acessar a uma nova tela de configurações chamada Configurações de Atenção ao Cliente. Por essa tela, os usuários que tiverem a opção Gerenciar Perfis e Permissões podem configurar os perfis do Twitter para receberem MDs de qualquer pessoa. Além disso, é aqui onde os usuários podem configurar o Feedback de Cliente do Twitter, uma ferramenta avançada de atenção ao cliente que usa as Mensagens Diretas como um canal para reunir feedback direto dos clientes após uma interação de atendimento.

Nunca perca mensagem alguma com as Notificações Push do Instagram e Facebook

Agora os usuários do Sprout podem configurar notificações push no iOS e Android para todos os tipos mensagens do Facebook compatíveis com a Inbox Inteligente, incluindo: comentários e respostas, mensagens privadas, posts e avaliações. Para o Instagram, os usuários agora podem configurar os Comentários e a localização das Palavras-chave da Marca como notificações push, também.

Os usuários móveis podem configurar notificações push para cada tipo de mensagem individual oferecendo a flexibilidade necessária para ativar/desativar as notificações de acordo com o que for mais importante para eles. Para saber mais sobre esses recursos, verifique o boletim oficial.

O objetivo do Sprout é entregar consistentemente novas funcionalidades em todos os aspectos do nosso produto, para ajudar as equipes a trabalharem em conjunto de forma mais eficiente. Para nós é prioridade ouvir o feedback dos nossos clientes e evoluir constantemente a nossa oferta. Fique atento para mais atualizações em todas as nossas áreas de produtos no Sprout Social e, como sempre, exponha suas dúvidas a nós!

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Boutique Agency Experts Offer Tips on Finding Success on Social

Small agencies are not immune to big challenges. They often don’t have a well-known name to rely on to back their reputation, nor large budgets or a team with diverse skillsets. Professionals on small agency teams, or solopreneurs need to be savvy, have a reliable toolset and stay in tuned with what the market wants. Not only do they need to be good at marketing, but often they are managing new business, operations, HR and more.

Many of our Sprout All Stars come from small or single person teams. They shared their advice for running a boutique agency, along with recommendations for tools and why this kind of job is so rewarding.

What are some tactics to ensure you have a solid list of clients?

Nicholas Scalice: One of the tactics that has served us well over the past two years has been partnership and certification opportunities. For instance, we’re involved with the Unbounce Partner program and the ActiveCampaign Certified Consultants program. By partnering with the platforms that your potential clients are already using, you can become much more proficient in using them, while generating leads at the same time.

Keri Jaehnig: The key is having the RIGHT clients. Not every client is the right one, and we’ve learned that over time. The right client list comes from targeting the type of client that is in the position to pay for services, can can also benefit from what we offer. From there, communication is of utmost importance. We keep our clients updated with changes in the social media industry.

And, we’re always training them on something that will benefit them and our partnership. In turn, we see referrals. However, a business must always be planting seeds by networking, advertising, etc. IMPORTANT: A social media marketing agency should be doing for themselves what they promise they can do for others, or they are not leading by example.

Rebekah Radice: Invest in a solid Inbound marketing strategy. While it might be a low cost option, the results can be huge when done right. And don’t forget the role email plays in Inbound. It’s still the best way to control your message and nurture client relationships through segmentation and personalization.

What resources do you rely on the most?

David Pride: The softwares I rely on most include: Sprout Social, PhoneBurner for sales calls, Canva for design, and Camtasia for video editing.

Nicholas Scalice: We try to specialize in just a few tools, but to get really, really good at them. For us, that mostly consists of Unbounce (for landing page design), ActiveCampaign (for email marketing and automation), Hotjar (for qualitative analytics and feedback), Drift (for on-site chat), and of course, Sprout Social (our social media command center). We also love productivity tools such as Slack, Zapier, Trello, and Asana.

Keri Jaehnig: We use a proprietary combination of both free and paid tools. Among our favorites are Sprout Social, Canva, ManageFlitter, LeadPages, MailChimp and several mobile apps. For our own website, we use managed hosting and a trusted web developer. Those two things we would not give up for the world!

Rebekah Radice: Project Manager – Atlassian JIRA

  • Social Media Tools – Sprout Social and Post Planner
  • Productivity – Slack, Google for Work
  • CRM – Hubspot
  • Customer Management – Intercom

What are some initiatives or protocol you follow to ensure fast growth?

Nicholas Scalice: We try to have a detailed process for everything, and a system for tracking what we’re working on. For us, accountability, responsibility, and trust are three of our most important values, so our processes are built around that. For instance, we use Asana as our project management software. Every task in Asana needs to be assigned to just one person. This helps track the accountability of a task down to a single person.

What does your marketing strategy look like? Is content marketing a must for agencies?

Keri Jaehnig: Fluid. Always open to change to reflect dynamics of the industry. Content marketing is a backbone to any strategy for any agency, I believe. As I’ve told many, “when the blog stops, so does everything else.” In turn, social media content can be repurposed, and should lead back to the website and blog.

Rebekah Radice: If you want to connect with the right people and build a system that supports continuous growth, investing in content marketing is a must. And you don’t have to start big to make it effective. Begin by defining how content will support your business goals. Run an audit and review how it’s currently performing–from type to message to channel–review it all.

Now determine where you’re receiving the biggest results. What could you do better or provide more of? Next you’ll choose your channels. Which ones will you focus on, double down on, and go all in on in 2017? The biggest mistake I see so many marketers make is a scattershot approach. Commit to the process, not the tactics and you will succeed.

How can you partner with other agencies or businesses for a mutually beneficial outcome?

Keri Jaehnig: An ideal partnership is a project where agencies can come together and offer stellar service in a complementary way. For example, maybe one agency offers great social media marketing and another offers more expertise in traditional marketing. Together, their customer gets the best of both worlds by utilizing both agencies. Other possibilities might be working together to host a summit-type event, partnering on a series of webinars, or even pulling in an expert as a consultant for a type of training while the social media marketing agency handles the rest of the project. The key is pulling together different strengths in a way that offers a win for all.

David Pride: We have found that partnerships for us are pretty beneficial, especially because we only do social media for our clients. Since we have one sole focus we do not present a threat to other “full service” agencies. They feel pretty comfortable partnering with us as their social partner knowing that we have no interest or competency in web development or other traditional agency roles.

Is it better to focus on one or two industries or focus on one or two core competencies?

Keri Jaehnig: Here, we have tried both tactics. An agency needs to decide, and work the plan.  However, I will say that it usually works out that an agency will serve a select group of niches and be strong in a couple of key competencies.

Does physical location often play into whether or not you win Business? Is it always beneficial to be local?

Keri Jaehnig: Being local to customers does have it’s advantages, but it is not necessary. We have clients all over the world! They key is to really research your client, their competition, their brand voice, and their location. If done well, it is easy to capture the brand voice and make it seem like we’re right on site!

David Pride: I live up in Maine, a state that some folks don’t even know exists. I have found that my location doesn’t matter too much to my clients – we serve companies around the world. I think location is important if you plan on having a massive corporate infrastructure, though…but that is not my goal.

Name some agencies you look up or have learned from.

Nicholas Scalice: The first agency I ever worked at was Ten Golden Rules, based right here in Boca Raton, Florida. I learned so much from that role, and from their founder, Jay Berkowitz. His team continues to innovate in the performance-driven marketing space. Above all else, Jay taught me to constantly be on the lookout for new trends, and he showed me the power of testing and optimizing every aspect of a campaign. Another agency I really admire is KlientBoost, founded by Johnathan Dane. They are super-focused on being the absolute best at a few things, rather than being moderately good at a bunch of things. You can learn so much from this approach. It’s all about focus!

Keri Jaehnig: Marketing Nutz. I’ll also say that Sprout Social has developed their tool, brand, and business model quite well.

What makes agency life so rewarding?

Nicholas Scalice: Variety! The best part of working with multiple clients in an agency environment is that you get to work on a wide range of projects, of all different types. Even if your agency is focused on just one niche, no two projects are ever the same. For those of us who like to have variety in our day, it’s rewarding to be able to work on a Facebook lead generation campaign in the morning, and a landing page optimization project in the afternoon for instance.

This post Boutique Agency Experts Offer Tips on Finding Success on Social originally appeared on Sprout Social.

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The 7 Things You Wish You’d Known About Facebook

Interested in Facebook advertising? I present you with 7 caveats you’ll be glad you know as you master the art of Facebook advertising.

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Google’s Update To Close Variants: 3 Ways To Combat Even Less Exact Match

With the rules changing again on exact match, here are 3 ways to adjust your campaigns to alleviate changes to the keywords and search terms reports.

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How to decide ‘Should I bid?’

Are your paid search ads cannibalizing your organic search traffic? Columnist Kevin Lee explores the problem of determining when it’s worth it to bid and when it’s better to let organic do the work.

The post How to decide ‘Should I bid?’ appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Baidu becomes Google’s biggest ally in mobile page speed

Chinese search engine Baidu will soon support Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) in its search results, expanding the reach of AMP significantly. Columnist Hermas Ma believes the worldwide impact on mobile page speed will be notable.

The post Baidu becomes Google’s biggest ally in mobile page speed…

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