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Introduction to Pinterest

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Google+ -Whether or not it might or might not be successful as a social network brands should subscribe & be part of it http://t.co/MmsYkalU

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at #SMWLDN next week.Panels with @google @kiip @blippar open for registration.Places limited. Be quick! http://t.co/louSjaaM

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Greenlight’s at Social Media Week, London, 15th and 16th February – Are you?

Social Media Week (#SMWLDN) London kicks-off next week from 13 – 17 February and we’re thrilled to be part of it. We’ve two hugely exciting panel sessions lined up. They’ll delve into the realms of augmented reality, the future of social and mobile shopping, payments and more. Joining the panels will be key industry leaders from Google, Kiip and Blippar and more. Lids will be lifted on trials and solutions, successes and failures too! Its free, registration's open although places are limited so you'll need to quick.

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Google+ is pushing hard

Contrary to popular opinion, G+ does not represent a frantic attempt to develop a "social Google" but rather a natural business opportunity it couldn't avoid but pursue. The web - as a transposition of the 'real world' - has evolved towards a system of social interaction, expanding to accommodate the unavoidable need to find multiple ways of sharing experiences. As Google is at the heart of most of web users' online experience, this move looks like the natural evolution and adaptation towards a new structure. Whether or not Google+ might or might not be successful as a social network, brands should subscribe to and be part of it.

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Brands, this is why Pinterest matters to you - http://slidesha.re/yvmtZO

Introduction to Pinterestwww.slideshare.net

Greenlight shares some helpful insight into the new Social Media darling, Pinterest. Learn what you need to know so you can begin to engage visually with your c

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Brands, this is why Pinterest matters to you - http://t.co/UTp4uuJS by @charlienin @gianwebBrands

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New social site Pinterest attracts enthusiasm, scrutiny v/@Joab_Jackson http://t.co/lmWbbK8A

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Privacy warriors sue FTC over Google's policy tweak http://t.co/zMHmpOVf

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Monetizing mobile users-Facebook & Bango strike “payment services” deal. A sign of mobile billing coming soon? http://t.co/2k6RqOCZ

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Reports of Google having scrapped mortgage comparison service in Britain after closing its US version http://t.co/mCqc8fBn

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Google’s new privacy policy – Likely the most transparent it has been from a search engine optimisation perspective

Scheduled to come into effect on March 1, Google’s much publicised new Privacy Policy and terms, which it says will give users better search results, ads and improve their experience overall, have come under scrutiny from the European Union’s (EU) data protection authorities. They have asked for rollout to be delayed in order to fully verify the terms are not in breach of EU data protection laws. From a search engine optimisation (SEO) perspective, Adam Bunn, SEO director at Greenlight, says this likely is the most transparent Google has ever been about how it utilises consumer click through rate (CTR) data in its algorithm. It gives credence to conclusions Greenlight drew from its own research last year which, in Greenlight’s view, showed Google was already doing exactly this.

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Google’s new privacy policy confirms CTR use in algorithm http://t.co/ns8BA4h0

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