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2024 WordPress Vulnerability Report Shows Errors Sites Keep Making

April 19, 2024

Via: Search Engine Journal

WordPress security scanner WPScan’s 2024 WordPress vulnerability report calls attention to WordPress vulnerability trends and suggests the kinds of things website publishers (and SEOs) should be looking out for. Some of the key findings from the report were that just […]


Platforms & Software

Bild’s hardline take on ad blocking: ‘We will not be blackmailed’

January 25, 2016

Via: Digiday

Axel Springer’s Bild tabloid declared a financial victory over ad blockers when it took the aggressive step of banning ad blockers from accessing its site. The German publisher’s tough stance has had an impact. In October, 25 percent of its 10 million […]


Customer Data, Mobile Marketing

Combating the power shift with data to better retarget customers

December 31, 2015

Via: Mobile Marketer

We are witnessing a profound shift in power, one that takes it away from brands and gives it almost entirely to consumers. According to a new report from Forrester Research, this shift is due to the unprecedented growth of digital […]


News

2015 report card: The year in retail tech

December 22, 2015

Via: Digiday

Retailers are currently facing an onslaught of innovative technology meant to solve some point of tension for shoppers. Maybe it’s a solution for seamless mobile checkouts or a way to improve the brick-and-mortar shopping experience. The tools are there, but […]


Customer Data

Consumers becoming more relaxed about their data: report

December 21, 2015

Via: Econsultancy blog

Only 1% of consumers trust advertisers to look after their data, yet 27% would be prepared to sell their data and 41% of those believe their data is worth more than £500 per year. This is according to our new […]


Automation, Web Advertising

Humans Overtake Bots on the Internet

December 17, 2015

Via: Direct Marketing News

May the force be with us! Humans this year took back control of the World Wide Web from those artificial webcrawlers called bots. But according to Web security provider Imperva—which first revealed the dominance of the automatons in 2012—bad bots […]