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How to Change Your Content to Accommodate Voice Search

Voice search has given us the ability to instantly search the internet without having to type a single line of text on our devices. But, it can pose a potential downfall to companies who do not keep their websites updated with the latest changes in how people search the internet. Here is why The post How to Change Your Content to Accommodate Voice Search appeared first on Spin Sucks.       

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Internet Explorer Bug Leaks What Users Type in the URL Address Bar

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser is affected by a serious bug that allows rogue sites to detect what the user is typing in his URL address bar. This includes new URLs where the user might be navigating to, but also search terms that IE automatically handles via a Bing search. Users copy-pasting URLs for Intranet pages inside IE would likely see this bug as a big issue. The bug, spotted by security researcher Manuel Caballero,...

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Top Insights from the Salesforce Lightning Now Tour

Here at Bonfire, we always strive to stay up to speed on the latest and greatest marketing automation insights. That’s why we attended the Salesforce Lightning Now Tour in Seattle this past August. While we’ve been using the new Lightning enterprise app builder, this workshop delved into unknown features, and illustrated how developers, admins, and end users can benefit from this new system. During the two-day workshop, we saw...

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impl Version<1.0> for Diesel

Diesel is joining the Rust impl period. Diesel 1.0 will be shipping this year, and we need your help to get there! If you’re interested in getting started, join the official working group Gitter channel, or check out the overview document!By far the biggest thing we need help with is documentation. We have some new guides in the works, but the guides section of our website is still pretty barren. We also have a Github project set up...

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Moore Stephens grows revenue by 15%

Moore Stephens has reported revenue of £121.4m in 2017, up 15% from £105.5m in 2016. Despite significant investments across the firm, Moore Stephens reported an increase of profits (before tax and remuneration) by 10% to £24.1m. Revenue growth has been achieved across all core service lines in the past year – including outsourcing services (45% growth to £11.7m), management consultancy (29% growth to £10.9m), tax advisory work...