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New BrightLocal Survey Could Explain Why Business Aren’t Increasing Their Internet Marketing Spending

New BrightLocal Survey Could Explain Why Business Aren’t Increasing Their Internet Marketing Spending

In November 2014, the SEO service BrightLocal conducted a survey, asking small- and medium-sized businesses about their views on internet marketing. Released in January 2015, the survey immediately attracted attention…

FAA Fines United Airlines $1.3 M for 120 Safety Violations, Cites the Transportation of Hazardous Goods

FAA Fines United Airlines $1.3 M for 120 Safety Violations, Cites the Transportation of Hazardous Goods

According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), domestic airline United Airlines is facing a $1.3 million penalty for violating FAA rules about shipping hazardous material. The FAA claims that safety inspectors…

Design and Construction Week Reveals New Home Design Trends and Statistics

Design and Construction Week Reveals New Home Design Trends and Statistics

Every year, people across the United States eagerly seek out the latest in new home designs and decorating ideas, hoping for inspiration or simple enjoyment. When it comes to finding…

Uber and Google Are Poised to Face Off

Uber and Google Are Poised to Face Off

Monolithic tech entity Google might have invested some serious money into rideshare network Uber a few years ago, but it seems that the two are now preparing to face off. Not…

Uber Claims Credit for Reduction in Drunk Driving Accidents But Where Are the Facts?

Uber Claims Credit for Reduction in Drunk Driving Accidents But Where Are the Facts?

The popular ridesharing service Uber published a report last week, coauthored by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), linking the rise in Uber’s use to a reduction in drunk driving accidents.…

Study Shows Homeowners Are Spending More on Remodeling

Study Shows Homeowners Are Spending More on Remodeling

When it comes to construction, many people likely think of building a new home. However, the latest in remodeling news shows that a growing number of clients who hire contractors…

Bitcoin Payment Processor’s $1.1 Million Theft May Have Been Inside Hacking Job, According to Blog

Bitcoin Payment Processor’s $1.1 Million Theft May Have Been Inside Hacking Job, According to Blog

Bitcoin payment processor EgoPay was hacked in late December, according to the company’s Jan. 22 blog post. Although the initial prediction was a loss of $1 million to $1.5 million…

Three Things Small Business Owners Need to Know About Social Media in 2015

Three Things Small Business Owners Need to Know About Social Media in 2015

As we move into the new year, many marketers and small business owners are taking this time to evaluate what they’ve been doing for the last year and make plans…

Google Makes a Major Change in DoubleClick Program, Offering More Transparency to Advertisers

Google Makes a Major Change in DoubleClick Program, Offering More Transparency to Advertisers

It’s common knowledge that businesses are more likely to see higher web traffic and more page links if they bolster their online marketing and advertising campaigns with multimedia content, and…

Petroleum Companies Agree to Fund Cleanup of Decaying Alabama Fuel Storage Facility

Petroleum Companies Agree to Fund Cleanup of Decaying Alabama Fuel Storage Facility

Three petroleum companies have agreed to fund the cleanup of an abandoned, decaying bulk fuel storage site in Bessemer, AL. According to a January 6 AL.com article, the U.S. Justice…