Google’s Safe Browsing (GSB) service prevents websites and applications from inappropriately collecting or using the private information of end-users.
Many companies use digital “cookies” to track the activities on their websites. Although they come in many forms, cookies are not all the same, and neither are the internet rules that govern their use.
Building your brand is integral in today’s online economy – not only for brand recognition, but for establishing your company’s unique personality in an overly saturated internet marketplace.
Google’s business services are ubiquitous across the internet. They offer unrivaled advantages and conveniences for small- and medium-sized businesses at affordable prices.
Facebook apps are third-party programs that function on the Facebook platform. Software developers and companies create these apps to add new features to the Facebook experience – from contest creation to full-blown online stores.
The Amazon Associates program is a potentially lucrative revenue stream for bloggers and website owners. The program is a driving force behind the success of online review sites, which typically rely more on affiliate marketing dollars than on internet ad money.
Many digital marketers consider tracking user browser history a key strategy to understanding consumer behavior. With this information, they can target users with specific advertising based on their recent search history.