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Google Adds Quick Facts to Maps

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Google has added an additional Maps feature called Quick Facts for desktop users looking for some extra factoids in their search. Google is pulling the information from Wikipedia and other data sources used to power Google's Knowledge Graph. Google has added an additional Maps feature called Quick Facts for desktop users looking for some extra factoids in their search. Google is pulling the information from Wikipedia and other data sources used to power Google's Knowledge Graph. 0 Comments

In Memoriam: Search Marketer Ron Jones

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It is with great sadness that we commemorate the life of Ron Jones, president and CEO of Symetri Internet Marketing. Jones was a former writer for Search Engine Watch, speaker at SES Conference Events, and most recently a ClickZ Experts columnist. It is with great sadness that we commemorate the life of Ron Jones, president and CEO of Symetri Internet Marketing. Jones was a former writer for Search Engine Watch, speaker at SES Conference Events, and most recently a ClickZ Experts columnist. 0 Comments

4th of July Google Doodle Was Made For You and Me

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Happy Fourth of July! Just as barbecues and fireworks have become tradition on this date, so too have holiday Google Doodles. Today, Google has checked in with its 13th Independence Day themed logo celebrating America's birthday. Happy Fourth of July! Just as barbecues and fireworks have become tradition on this date, so too have holiday Google Doodles. Today, Google has checked in with its 13th Independence Day themed logo celebrating America's birthday. 0 Comments

Fourth of July Doodle Second Longest Running Google Celebration

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This year marks the 12th Doodle dedicated to US Independence Day and is the second longest event honored by Google on its logo. Only Thanksgiving has a longer tradition, having first appeared in 1999, while the Fourth of July Doodle started in 2000. This year marks the 12th Doodle dedicated to US Independence Day and is the second longest event honored by Google on its logo. Only Thanksgiving has a longer tradition, having first appeared in 1999, while the Fourth of July Doodle started in 2000. 0 Comments