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In Its First Day, iOS 8 Took Off More Slowly Than Its Predecessors

One day after iOS 8 was made available to the public, adoption of Apple’s software for mobile devices is trailing that of its predecessors. 

According to data provided by mobile marketing firm Fiksu, iOS 8 adoption is lagging as much as 50% compared to iOS 7 adoption last year. Data from mobile ad firm Tapjoy tells a similar story: “iOS 8 stands at under 6% [adoption] eighteen hours after its initial availability, while iOS 7 was at 12% after the same time period,” the company wrote in a blog post.

iOS 8 adoption is also slower than iOS 6, although the difference isn’t as drastic:

It’s not surprising that people aren’t rushing to download iOS 8 as quickly as they were to iOS 7. The latest software upgrade isn’t as much of an Earth-shattering redesign as last year’s counterpart, and considering the enormous free memory required by the upgrade, people might be holding off for a bit longer while they juggle their digital stuff to make room.

See Also: How To Download iOS 8 When Your iPhone Is Too Full Of Stuff

Older iPhone users might also be wary of the way iOS 7 treated the iPhone 4, and don’t want to be the ones to suffer this time. Multiple reports of sluggishness on older devices, including the iPhone 4s and iPhone 5, could be prompting owners of older models to hold off upgrading their software until the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, the devices for which iOS 8 is designed, are in their hands.

Lead image by Apple; graphic courtesy of Tapjoy

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Facebook Updates News Feed To Show More Timely Content by @mattsouthern

Facebook’s goal with the news feed, as they describe in an announcement today, is to show everyone the right content at the right time. Occasionally people would miss the stories that are important to them due to how Facebook’s news feed ranks content. They have been getting feedback from users saying something they’re only interested in a post from a friend or a Page at a specific moment, like while a sports game or TV show is airing. There are other times when posts that are a day or two old, and no longer relevant, surface in a user’s news […]

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Google+ Loses More Real Estate In Search, Brand Boxes Dropped For Logged Out Users

Continuing the trend of downplaying Google+ in search results, Google has dropped the display of Google+ elements in brands’ knowledge box results for searchers who aren’t logged into their Google accounts. Previously, the Google+ presences of brands prominent enough to rate knowledge…



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SearchCap: Google TV Rank, Covario Acquired By Dentsu & More

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. From Search Engine Land: Covario To Be Acquired By Dentsu Aegis Network, Rio SEO To Remain Independent Covario, one of the very large search marketing agencies in the US with over 220*…



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Twitter Releases Update To Tailored Audiences: New Audience List Upload, Audience Manager, And More by @mattsouthern

Twitter has announced their released an update to their tailored audiences retargeting tool that’s designed to make it even easier to create, manage and activate your tailored audiences on Twitter. The key features of this update include audience list upload capability, better audience management tools, new supported ID types for creating audiences — specifically, mobile advertising IDs and mobile phone numbers — and improved targeting options to help advertisers reach additional users similar to their existing audiences. Audience creation and management With this update you can now directly create new list audiences (and manage existing audiences) on ads.twitter.com, through Twitter’s […]

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20 Ways to Make Your Content More Shareable by @DholakiyaPratik

Everything that can be said has been said before. Now, we need to find new ways of saying it. And that’s exactly what this post aims to help you with. I’m not going to tell you to dig up some awesome story or fact that hasn’t been shared. In fact, I suggest the opposite. Embrace the fact that you’re writing things other people are sharing. Just make it sound cooler. Write it better. Put a spin on it. Strike a chord. Produce some new research. When it comes down to it you have two choices: Talk about a new trends, […]

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SearchCap: Ditching Ranking Reports, EU Publishers Threaten To Sue Google & More

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. From Search Engine Land: On Average, 171 Health Insurance Advertisers Bid On Same Top Keywords In Google Health insurance advertisers spent more than $103 million on Google AdWords in the…



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For Every Link You Earn There Are Five More Worth Building

How did we arrive at the trend of “link earning,” and why does link building sometimes sound like a dirty word? The answer: Google Penguin.

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Publishers To EC: We Want More From Google Or We’ll Sue

As we discussed last week, the current Europe-Google antitrust settlement is dead. This is a surprising turn of events considering that it was once described by European regulators as essentially a done deal. Outgoing European Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia confirmed last week in a talk…



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SEO Encompasses more than You Think it Does – Las Vegas Informer


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SEO Encompasses more than You Think it Does
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SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is the process that puts your business or brand front and center for audiences to discover, which is why some of the most sought-after digital marketing pros are those with the expertise to transform complicated

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