Jerrod Fenton

Jerrod Fenton

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Publishing a blog on an ecommerce site builds community, creates trust, and gives consumers a reason to return. Sales would likely follow. But online merchants with long-term, quality blogs are rare. What follows are four of my favorites. The post 4 Favorite Blogs from Ecommerce Companies appeared first on Practical Ecommerce.
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EU policymakers recently proposed a sweeping set of regulations called the Artificial Intelligence Act (AIA). If made law, the AIA would offer European citizens the strictest, most comprehensive protections against predatory AI systems on the planet. And big tech is terrified. Up front: The Center for Data Innovation published a report on Sunday titled “How Much Will the AIA Cost Europe?” According to the organization’s research: The AIA will cost the European economy €31 billion over the next five years and reduce AI investments by almost 20 percent. A European SME that deploys a high-risk AI system will incur compliance…This story continues at The Next Web
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Ad industry pay varies widely, with a Dentsu account exec making $58,500 and a WPP chief creative officer making up to $880,000.
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Nothing has unveiled its new true wireless earbuds, the Ear 1, via YouTube but how it will be received is anyone’s guess.
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Record deliveries of electric cars during the period allowed Elon Musk's company to garner earnings of $1.1 billion in the quarter
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Vodafone said the buy-backs will start on July 26 and end by November 17
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Google Maps' transit crowdedness predictions will let users know about levels of crowd in a particular transit line, possibly down to a particular transit car
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After hosting numerous virtual events over the past year, here are the three best practices we’ve discovered along the way.
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You'll soon be able to download Wear OS apps via your phone, which could really improve the way you use your smartwatch.
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Following in the footsteps of T-Mobile and AT&T, the last of America’s “big three” Verizon announced that Android Messages will be the default bearer of its RCS messaging service from next year.
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And US life expectancy fell by its most since World War II.
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Bezos thanked Amazon employees and customers after his Blue Origin flight, saying "you guys paid for all of this." They want him to pay them better.
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More than 30 new creators are joining Bulletin, the platform for independent writers that Facebook initially discussed in March and debuted last month. Each creator on Bulletin has a standalone website under their own brand, and they can customize the color palette, logo and name of their publications, as well as customizing their articles with...
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Humankind's Denuvo woes were "not something we can fix before release," dev says.
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Veep of cloud devrel exits after 'car crash' all-hands meeting Google Cloud's veep of developer relations abruptly left the web giant late last week after sharing a lengthy essay on how he no longer hated "all the Jewish people."…
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Comedian Tom O’Connor has died aged 81, his family has announced.The entertainer, born in Bootle, Merseyside, was best known for presenting a number of hit gameshows including Crosswits and Name That Tune.O’Connor died on Sunday morning, his family confirmed via his agent.After starting his career in working men’s clubs, O’Connor eventually broke into television on shows including The Comedians and Opportunity Knocks.He then went on to establish himself as a household name through the 70s and 80s including in Pick Pockets and The Zodiac Game.O’Connor hosted Name That Tune from 1976 until 1983.Later in his career O’Connor continued to appear on television, starring in BBC soap Doctors in the early 2000s and the celebrity edition of Come Dine With Me in 2010.In 2011 he also appeared on the Pointless Celebrities quiz show with his daughter-in-law Denise Lewis, who is a former Olympic athlete.Lewis told the BBC there has been “such an outpouring of affection for Tom” following his death.She added: “His whole mantra was about making people laugh. If you met him that’s all he wanted to do, which is make you feel good about yourself, which is a cherished quality which we don’t probably see enough of today.“He lived with Parkinson’s for about 14 years and we saw him coping very well and in the latter couple of years, it really started to take a hold and it’s tragic.“But without a doubt, Tom always tried to make light of it and even at the end, when he lost his battle with the disease, you could see that spark in his eyes, that humour still coming through those eyes of his right to the end.”Liverpool City Council also paid tribute to O’Connor in a post on its official Twitter page.“Sad news breaking about the death of veteran Liverpool comedian Tom O’Connor,” it said.“Our thoughts are with his family and friends. Thanks for the laughs, Tom.”Sad news breaking about the death of veteran Liverpool comedian Tom O’Connor. Our thoughts are with his family and friends. Thanks for the laughs, Tom. #RIPhttps://t.co/ldIHAjV0AH— Liverpool City Council (@lpoolcouncil) July 18, 2021
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A group of researchers at the Royal Holloway, University of London found that Telegram’s cloud chats have a flaw where an adversary on the network can reorder messages, allowing an attacker to manipulate Telegram bots.They also found code in the Android, iOS and desktop versions of Telegram, which could allow attackers to extract plaintext from encrypted messages
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Bitcoin, the world's largest cryptocurrency has been stuck in a range between about $30,000 and $40,000 for weeks after reaching its all-time high near $65,000.
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The management remains committed to the growth of the company, it said
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In today's Insider Advertising, we're going over the ad industry's labor shortage, adtech's deal flurry, and TikTok on its Euro 2020 sponsorship.
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