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Google Lets Advertisers Copy Column Preferences to the New Google Ads by @MattGSouthern

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Google is making it possible for advertisers to copy column preferences from the classic Google Ads to the new version. The post Google Lets Advertisers Copy Column Preferences to the New Google Ads by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Read more: tracking.feedpress.it Please follow and like us:

Anderson Cooper Takes Down Trump Jr. Over Hurricane Coverage Conspiracy

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Now Donald Trump Jr. is saying Cooper is the one who is lying about him, not the other way around. Read more: newnownext.com Please follow and like us:

A season of climate anxiety: what psychologists have to say

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“Climate change is here; it’s happening,” seems to be the overwhelming sentiment after a summer of heatwaves and historic wildfires that now has, with barely a breath in between, slipped into an early fall marked by severe storms and deadly floods. Hurricane Florence continues to devastate mid-Atlantic states while Typhoon Mangkhut takes a severe toll on China and the Philippines and has, for now, been named the world’s strongest storm this year. But before the wind and water there was the heat and fire. Severe wildfires broke out around the world this summer, from the U.S. and Canada to Sweden […]

HubSpot’s Guide to Facebook Ad Sizes (With Examples)

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How many characters of text can News Feed ads have again? What about image dimensions for the Right Column sidebar? Between various image sizes and character requirements, figuring out how to optimize your Facebook ads for the various page spaces and ad objectives available to you can get pretty confusing. To take the headache out of preparing to run a Facebook Ad Campaign, here’s a handy cheatsheet of Facebook image ad sizes and dimensions for every type of ad you can purchase on Facebook — no matter what your ad’s objective or call to action is. Whether you’re running a […]

Here’s why your phone and TV will scream at you at 2:18 PM EST today

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FEMA FEMA announced a nationwide test of its two emergency messaging systems. The test starts at 2:18 PM EST and will continue for about half an hour. Because FEMA is a U.S. agency, the test will only take place in the U.S. In coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the U.S. Federal Emergency Management System (FEMA) will put its Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) and Emergency Alert System (EAS) functions through a nationwide test to make sure they work as advertised. The WEA and EAS tests were supposed to go down on September 20, but were delayed due to the […]

Dissent is a slow brew on the streets at this year’s UN General Assembly

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NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK — For a city that never shuts up, New York is pretty quiet in the first days of this year’s United Nations General Assembly — the annual circus that brings the entire world into Manhattan. From politicians to activists, they all roll in, the former rubbing elbows over expensive meals in plush hotels and embassies, the latter, at sign-making parties and marches. But with protest permits stacked up for next week — when the high-level meetings start to happen — the designated protest zone across from the United Nations was quiet on Thursday, jammed on […]

Activists hope for gubernatorial upset in Rhode Island with progressive candidate Matt Brown

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PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND — Matt Brown has never met former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders (D), but the Rhode Island gubernatorial candidate has managed to win over the Vermont senator’s base. On Monday, Sanders-turned-Brown supporters walked 12 miles from North Kingstown to beach-town Narragansett in high wind and rain (thanks to Hurricane Florence) to canvas for the progressive underdog. One of those supporters was 71-year-old Bob Rafael. The retiree was happy to do it because Brown was only taking individual donations and, as he sees it, “the root of all political evil is money.” Two years ago, these activists helped Sanders win […]

It’s Finally Fall! Here’s Everything to Know About the Fall Equinox

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Despite the fact that the pumpkin spice latte debuted this year in August, fall actually doesn’t begin until Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018. This day not only marks the unofficial start of sweater weather, it it also has a scientific significance: the autumnal equinox. The equinox isn’t just a day, it’s a minute. According to The Weather Channel, the autumnal equinox happens at 9:54 p.m. EDT, marking the official end of summer and the beginning of fall. During that minute, the sun crosses the Earth’s equator from the Northern Hemisphere into the Southern Hemisphere and day and night last the exact same amount […]

Google Partners Features Have Been Moved to Google Ads by @MattGSouthern

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Google Partners features, including badge status, have been moved to Google Ads. The post Google Partners Features Have Been Moved to Google Ads by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Read more: tracking.feedpress.it Please follow and like us:

High School’s Active Shooter Drill Includes The Firing Of Blank Rounds

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High school conducts active shooter drill using rounds of blank ammunition A Pittsburgh high school is trying out a new method to prepare students in the event of an active shooter and it’s definitely stirring up controversy. Administrators apparently allowed police to fire off blank rounds of ammunition in the hallways to prepare students for the sounds of gunfire in the event of an actual shooting. Yesterday, Bethel Park Police entered Bethel Park High School, which is about 10 miles south of the city of Pittsburgh, to conduct the drill. According to WPXI News, the plan was for school police and […]