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Google is Now Using Page Speed in Mobile Search Rankings

Google recently announced its “Speed Update” to mobile site search rankings. We’ve broken down the new algorithm update below and how this change may impact your […]

Guest Blog Post: Video Marketing For A More Mobile Web

Video advertising and marketing is nothing new. From the “Mad Men”-era 1950s to today, television ads have always been one of the most trusted – and […]

Tech: Smartphones Continue To Lead Mobile Revolution

Here at the official blog of Fang Digital Marketing, we’ve spent a good amount of time and space recently chronicling the ever-expanding mobile revolution. We’ve also […]

Gallup Poll & Deloitte Report Show Mobile Devices Are Driving More In-Store Shopping

It’s true that we now live in The Golden Age of Mobile. And it’s also true that mobile commerce (also known as m-commerce) is on the […]

Facebook Launches New Mobile Ad Network; Twitter Unveils New Ad Products

Facebook has been an increasingly hot topic over the past few years. From high-profile, high-dollar mergers and acquisitions to alleged “controversies” over “fraudulent” advertising practices, the world’s […]

U.S. Mobile Commerce Sales Continue To Surge, Will Near $58 Billion In 2014

It may not amount to a major portion of overall U.S. retail sales. At least not yet. But mobile commerce – otherwise known as m-commerce – […]

“Birthday Boy” Facebook Reaping Big-Time Benefits From Mobile Ads

On February 4, Facebook celebrated its 10th birthday. Consider it icing on the cake for the world’s most popular social network, which has continued to make […]

Mobile Commerce Rocked The 2013 Holiday Bells. Will 2014 Be Even More Mobile?

Much was made about the dramatic uptick in mobile device penetration, usage and commerce in 2013. And for good reason. After all, 2013 will go down […]

Mobile Commerce (aka m-commerce) Keeps Finding Its Voice

Call it mobile shopping. Call it mobile commerce. Call it m-commerce, if you’re into the whole brevity thing. Call it upward mobility, if you must. Whatever […]

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