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GDPR Compliance: What is It and Should I Be Worried About It?

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GDPR compliance can be confusing, but Tuna Traffic is here to help you through it Unless you haven’t been reading your emails for the past couple months, you’ve probably heard something about GDPR compliance. You’ve at least noticed that basically every website you use is updating their privacy policies. So, what is the GDPR? Should…

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The Top 5 Reasons You Should Work At Tuna Traffic

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  Here at Tuna Traffic, we like to ask questions. (More on that below.) Recently we polled our Tuna Team and asked, “If you met a seriously awesome marketing and technology sort, what would you tell him or her are the top 5 reasons to work at Tuna Traffic?” We tabulated our responses and here’s…

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Pizza vs. PageLines DMS

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Here at Tuna Traffic, there’s one question that haunts our thoughts day in and day out. One question that engages spirited Tuna Team discourse, nay heated monologues a la Jack Nicholson in A Few Good Men, “You need me on that wall. You want me on that wall!”

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WordPress 3.6 New Features

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As with all technology, users want more and are asking for additional features and easier usage. Their requests have been answered with WordPress 3.6; on the verge of release with many new changes that will benefit CMS users.

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What Happens At Tuna When The Internet Goes Down

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Not having the internet is Tuna Traffic’s kryptonite. So when our operation goes down, we are left to our own devices. And by “devices”, I mean our remote-controlled car, iPhone and iMovie. Or if you’re Mike, you are left to falling asleep on the couch and snoring. Without further adieu (and back by popular demand),…

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What is Twitter

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Twitter (“to chirp”) is a social media service which allows you to post a message up to 140 characters. These messages are called “tweets” which can be read by your twitter followers. Tweets can also include links to pictures, videos, websites, your location, etc. Your tweet is displayed on your twitter profile page and on…

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Site Barnacling

Creating links to your website that have almost nothing to do with your business. This practice is considered a “b…

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