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Google Expands Search Results to Include Calendar, Drive

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Google has extended its Gmail search field trial to include results from Google Calendar and online documents applications in Google Drive, as well as adding the features to its email application and its core search tool. Google has extended its Gmail search field trial to include results from Google Calendar and online documents applications in Google Drive, as well as adding the features to its email application and its core search tool. 0 Comments

Google Bids on New gTLDs .google, .youtube., .lol & More

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While Google didn't disclose just how many domains it had applied for, Google chief internet evangelist Vint Cerf said in a company blog post that the company had chosen a number of domains based on their connections to existing Google products. While Google didn't disclose just how many domains it had applied for, Google chief internet evangelist Vint Cerf said in a company blog post that the company had chosen a number of domains based on their connections to existing Google products. 0 Comments

Android Market vs. App Store Prices: Why Android Users Pay Double [Study]

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Analyst firm Canalys' App Integrator study found that the top 100 paid applications on the Android service carry an average cost of $3.74, compared to an average cost of $1.47 for the most popular paid iOS apps, likely due to a smaller audience. Analyst firm Canalys' App Integrator study found that the top 100 paid applications on the Android service carry an average cost of $3.74, compared to an average cost of $1.47 for the most popular paid iOS apps, likely due to a smaller audience. 0 Comments

Balancing Efficiency and Volume in Paid Search

On a daily basis, paid search managers must balance efficiency and volume in an effort to meet the goals of the campaign. There is no right or wrong decision; there is only what is right for your business at that time. On a daily basis, paid search managers must balance efficiency and volume in an effort to meet the goals of the campaign. There is no right or wrong decision; there is only what is right for your business at that time. 0 Comments