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Twitter has just announced a step change in the way they target ads. They now permit advertisers using their “Tailored Audiences” tool to go after audiences based on the kinds of data that defines people’s intentions: the websites they have visited (you can now upload cookies) the trade shows they have visited (you can now upload emails) the conversations they have been having (you can now upload Twitter IDs the call-backs they have opted into (you can now upload phone numbers) Best of all, this functionality is available to everyone. So you can now upload your Salesforce prospect list, and get right on advertising to them. Or you can come to us at Leadfindr and ask us for IDs that Read more
Apologies in advance for this off-topic post. We installed a fresh version of Windows 7 on old Dell Studio XPS 8000 machine which was running Ubuntu. The problem was it failed to connect to the Internet because the network drivers (aka “ethernet controller) needed updating. At the end of an agonisingly long search for 32-bit driver controllers (Dell no longer offer these) we found this link. If you should happen to encounter this problems (and the volume of message board posts on the subjects suggests it isn’t uncommon). We hope this link still works! http://skyit.vn/download/driver/desktop/broadcom-bcm57788-lom-v-14-2-0-7-a00-b-142054 If it doesn’t try Googling the device name. Good luck.
Who is making money from fake followers on social media (NYT) http://t.co/mYVuQ1D31W(about 3 days ago)
Lingering slump in real UK house prices outside London belies bubble fears - Land Registry data http://t.co/VBDT9pRPAB(about 19 days ago)
Holiday pay should include overtime allowance http://t.co/ci6QEP6JjN(about 19 days ago)
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