Call-tracking system integrations enable advertisers to attribute and optimize campaigns based on call performance.
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If you’re looking to grow your business in 2018 and beyond, you need to get started in the right way. To get the massive growth you’re hoping for in the coming years, you should make sure your business is organized. This is easier for a large business
When I was a kid, my mother treated gift giving like a yearly final exam where she demonstrated knowledge about the people she loved. She has a knack for remembering specific things about people—they like golf, they collect antiques—and finding
SCENE: A pet shop with a bored looking proprietor. A customer approachesCUSTOMER: I’d like to buy a parrot.OWNER: Certainly, sir. How about this one? It’s a Norwegian Blue. Beautiful plumage.CUSTOMER: It’s not moving muchOWNER: It is tired and shagg
It’s Friday, which means it’s time to estimate our weekend spending.
I finally know how much I’m going to spend this weekend—or, at least, I have a reasonably accurate estimate!
I’ll spend between $20–32 on an Iowa driver
Bluechiip Limited (ASX:BCT), a growing developer of tracking technology, has secured an operational boost in the form of a $1 million sales deal, signed with an unnamed licensed Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) partner in the US. Bluechiip says the O
AI company and provider of Cognitive Virtual Assistant technology, Flamingo AI Limited (ASX:FGO) today announced significant news regarding its commercial relationship with MetLife Asia.
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88 Energy Limited (ASX:88E) this week updated the market on with news that it has expanded its acreage at projects located onshore North Slope of Alaska.
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AI is huge right now. Hasn’t humankind been dreaming about robots for decades? While the idea of an intelligent machine is not new, our ability to make that dream a reality has increased dramatically.
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Archer Exploration (ASX:AXE) has received official authorisation to commence mining activity at its flagship Eyre Peninsula Graphite Project in South Australia.
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Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
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I bought a Rubbermaid step stool on Amazon yesterday; it was one of those items that I told myself I maybe didn’t really need for my apartment, but after less than a week of carrying a chair around
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My fiancé works with a small production company to write, direct, and produce short films. So, over the years, I’ve gone to quite a few film festivals, where I’m often sitting through countless Q&As with t
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Happier familiesFEW tasks in developing countries are as tricky—or as important—as convincing parents to keep their daughters in school longer. One way of doing so is to make contraceptives available, concludes a new working paper by Kimberly Singer B
FOR many it is a reflex as unconscious as breathing. Hit a stumbling-block during an important task (like, say, writing a column)? The hand reaches for the phone and opens the social network of choice. A blur of time passes, and half an hour or more of wh
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“AFRICA must unite,” wrote Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana’s first president, in 1963, lamenting that African countries sold raw materials to their former colonisers rather than trading among themselves. His pan-African dream never became reality. Even today,
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A BOA constrictor swallowing capitalism. A cyclone dragging the economy into its vortex. If you look back at how people described Walmart a decade ago, it is eerily similar to how Amazon is viewed now. The supermarket chain has “a scale of economic powe
MCDONALD’S drew ridicule in China when it changed its registered name there to Jingongmen, or “Golden Arches”, in October, after it was sold to a Chinese consortium. Some on Weibo, a microblogging site, thought it sounded old-fashioned and awkward,