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Marketing Analytics, Data Science and Leadership – July 1, 2019 Week In Review

You’re busy. We get it. We’ve compiled some of the top-clicked and shared articles that you don’t want to miss. Here is a quick review of the top news in marketing analytics, data science and leadership you should be reading.

5 Ways to Increase Sales With Instagram via @smexaminer

An Instagram content strategy and branded profile make it easier to build relationships with future customers.

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Is Google June Update Using Wikipedia to Judge Sites? via @martinibuster

But it also instructs raters to use blogs, newspapers, review sites and advanced search operators to research the reputation of a site.

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Millions of fake Google Maps listings hurt real business and consumers via @geochingu

These fake listings push real businesses further down the local search results, impacting their ability to reach customers and make unsuspecting users easy targets for scammers.

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The 5 Biggest Mistakes You Can Easily Avoid During Machine Learning With Python Training via @womenonbusiness

You need to supply enough data to the algorithm so it can process the data, learn from it, and make predictions based on it.

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