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Data scraping tools for marketers who don’t know code

  We have all been there before. You need the right data from a website for your next content marketing project. You have found your source websites, the data is just there waiting for you to grab it and then the challenge emerges. You have 500 pages and wonder how …

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Ticket reseller Viagogo suspended from Google Ads

Google suspended secondary ticket marketplace Viagogo’s advertising for violating its ad policies. The suspension follows campaigns by event industry groups to get Google to remove Viagogo’s ads. Last year, 24 signatories, including UK trade and industry bodies as well as several MPs, sent an open letter to Google calling on …

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Why Google dropped Bing Discover pages from its index

Earlier this month, Google dropped a subset of Bing’s website from its index. The Bing Discover pages were completely dropped out of Google’s search results and resulted in Bing losing millions of pageviews from Google search. Bing.com/discover not in Google’s index. Here is a screenshot of Google showing no results …

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Mike Minor May Be Moving From Rangers.

Major League Baseball has a trade deadline coming up on July 31 and for the first time in this era, there wont be any August waiver trades allowed after the deadline. Of that, perhaps the 2019 deadline turns out to be a crazy one even by the already crazy standards …

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Scientists Observe Molecular Motions in Real Time

An international team of researchers led by Brown University has used ultra-high-speed X-ray pulses to image subtle motions of a molecule of N-methyl morpholine. Vibrational motions of N-methyl morpholine. Image credit: Brown University. “For many years, chemists have learned about chemical reactions by essentially studying the molecules present before and …

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Study: Animal Visitation Programs Reduce Stress Levels in Students

A 10-minute college-based animal visitation program providing hands-on petting of cats and dogs provides momentary stress relief, according to a study published this week in the AERA Open, an open access journal of the American Educational Research Association. Pendry Vandagriff demonstrated that petting animals during a 10-minute, college-based animal visitation …

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