Your investment behavior could be costing you a fortune

Are you quick to pull the trigger when you think the stock market is going to attack the money you’ve worked so hard to amass? Then your behavior is probably costing you a fortune, and you might want to hesitate the next time you think you should grab your money […] Read more »

Does Changing WordPress Theme Affect SEO & Traffic?

If you are one of those bloggers who is using a free WordPress theme, you are likely changing your theme around a lot. Two of the most commonly asked questions regarding changing a WordPress theme are: Will it affect my blog’s SEO? Will it affect my blog’s traffic? The answer to this […] Read more »

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Merchandise Mart unveils $40 million renovation

The evolution of the Merchandise Mart from old-school showroom center to high-tech office space has leaped forward with the completion of a $40 million renovation of the ground-level common spaces. The 86-year-old building — once the world’s largest — increasingly has become a magnet for companies seeking an urban millennial […] Read more »

More Illinois voters blame Madigan for government impasse

The Democrats got a bit of good news and some serious bad news in a recent Capitol Fax/We Ask America poll. And that bad news is particularly negative for anyone who can be credibly connected to House Speaker Michael Madigan. The poll of 1,231 registered Illinois voters found presumptive Democratic […] Read more »

SearchCap: Google & Hillary Clinton, SEO URLs & AdWords explained

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. From Search Engine Land: Google: Autocomplete does not favor any candidate or causeJun 10, 2016 by Barry Schwartz Google public relations and Matt Cutts come out to call the allegations […] Read more »

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Google: Autocomplete does not favor any candidate or cause

Google has denied claims surfacing today that the company manipulated its autocomplete search suggestions in favor of Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton. Google’s communications team issued this statement today: “Google Autocomplete does not favor any candidate or cause. Claims to the contrary simply misunderstand how Autocomplete works. Our Autocomplete algorithm […] Read more »

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Rauner vetoes $3.9 billion in spending for colleges, human services

Gov. Bruce Rauner has vetoed a bill to provide about $3.9 billion for higher education, mental health treatment and other programs during Illinois’ nearly yearlong budget stalemate. In a letter to lawmakers today, the Republican says Illinois needs “real solutions” to its financial problems. He says without a balanced budget […] Read more »

How Customer Research Solves B2B Churn

Why are your customers leaving? Some SaaS companies have no clue. Yet, the solution is staring them right in the face. Customer research is an underutilized tool in discovering why users churn. Teams fail to analyze user activity, onboarding engagement, and the competition. Moreover, strive for retention. Research reveals that […] Read more »

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Gogo pulls off once-doomed junk bond deal

(Bloomberg)—What’s going on with Gogo? If you have flown recently and used a device in the air, there’s a good chance you have encountered Gogo, which provides in-flight internet service for major airlines. It planned to sell $525 million of junk bonds a few weeks ago in part to upgrade […] Read more »