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Building and Construction SMEs Sales Bounce Back, Showing No Decline in Like-for-Like Revenues

By WWS Staff | Jul 23, 2020 | SHARE Share

New figures show small and medium-sized businesses in the building and construction sector display signs of growth bounce back as lockdown regulations are lifted.

HubSpot and Shakr Launch Tool for Creating Vertical Instagram Videos

By WWS Staff | Apr 20, 2017 | SHARE Share

HubSpot and video creation platform Shakr this week announced the launch of StoriesAds.com, a tool for easily and quickly creating compelling video content tailored for Instagram’s vertical format.

Medium Debuts Membership Subscription Program, Now Accepting Paid Contributors

By WWS Staff | Apr 3, 2017 | SHARE Share

Medium recently launched a paid membership subscription program, which the company said marks a time of transformation for how stories are told, clicked on and compensated.

Congress Has Overturned Online Privacy Regulations. What Does This Mean for You?

By WWS Staff | Mar 29, 2017 | SHARE Share

Both houses of Congress have voted to stop Obama-era online privacy regulations from kicking in. What does this mean for you?

Twitter Is Considering Adding a Paid Membership Option

By WWS Staff | Mar 27, 2017 | SHARE Share

After 11 years of free service, Twitter is considering adding a paid membership option to its services for businesses and power users.

Gmail Now Lets Desktop Users Stream Video Attachments Right within It

By WWS Staff | Mar 20, 2017 | SHARE Share

The search giant has announced it is also rolling out an update to its email service that will allow you to watch video attachments right within Gmail.

Google Retires its AdSense Plugin for WordPress

By WWS Staff | Mar 6, 2017 | SHARE Share

Google has officially announced it is ending support or access to its AdSense Plugin for WordPress, but has reassured it can better support WordPress publishers through “new innovative features.”

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