The Growing Popularity Of Trading
Today nearly everyone makes money online and most of the people look at trading. Software vendors even created some solutions like Orion Code that make your profits bigger and lower the risks, but if you ever decide to use an app to manage your money you need to carefully check if it’s safe and legit.
Showcase Your Brand On Pinterest
The interest in Pinterest is at a fever pitch, and brands around the globe are eyeing the virtual bulletin board as a new social forum for connecting with their fans. But first brands need to make sense of Pinterest. The best way to start is by downloading “Pinterest 101,” the latest social storytelling guide from the David All Group. Download it today.
What Happened to Google+?
BY EVAN GASSMAN
Just when you got the hang of Google+, Google released a major design overhaul of the platform. Evan Gassman’s newest post at OneNineNinety.com will help you understand the biggest changes.
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April 12, 2012 – 4:05pm
WHAT HAPPENED TO GOOGLE+?
By Evan Gassman
Yesterday, Google announced a major design overhaul of Google+. Over the course of the day, 170 million G+ users will be treated to a completely new experience. But beyond the look and feel, what has changed?
Here are the changes that we at the David All Group believe will matter most to users:
Google is clearly trying to…
April 5, 2012 – 3:21pm
GAMING GOES CARDBOARD
By Evan Gassman
Years ago, the term “board games” had an overtly negative connotation. These types of games were bad Christmas gifts, kept in shrink wrap in a closet until someone remembered they were there on a rainy day without power.
In 2012, all of that has changed. Now thousands of “designer board games” are being released every year, and…
April 3, 2012 – 6:42pm
JOIN THE SOCIAL MEDIA CLUB
By Josh Margolin
If you’re passionate about social media and you were in Washington, D.C., over the weekend, hopefully you attended the Social Learning Summit 2012, which was hosted by American University’s Social Media Club. As club founder Alex Priest said: “This year’s conference was better than the last. And it’s all thanks to the devoted…
March 16, 2012 – 10:49am
A PINTEREST TIP SHEET FOR BRANDS
By K. Daniel GloverThe interest in Pinterest is at a fever pitch, and brands around the globe are eyeing the virtual pin board as a new social forum for connecting with their fans. It’s the next tool in the 1-9-90 online marketing toolkit. But first brands need to make sense of Pinterest.The David All Group is here to help, as we have been…