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Google Glass Driving Case Thrown Out of Court

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A woman was pulled over for speeding, but when an officer realized she was wearing Google Glass, he added the felony charge of watching a TV monitor while driving. Now a court has ruled that there was no proof the head mounted screen was turned on. A woman was pulled over for speeding, but when an officer realized she was wearing Google Glass, he added the felony charge of watching a TV monitor while driving. Now a court has ruled that there was no proof the head mounted screen was turned on. 0 Comments

Google Talks Back: Conversational Search Available on New Version of Chrome

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Google conversational search rolled out on the new version of Chrome this week. While the “OK Google” search prompt we heard about at the I/O event is not yet available, Google is attempting to have relevant conversations with users. Google conversational search rolled out on the new version of Chrome this week. While the “OK Google” search prompt we heard about at the I/O event is not yet available, Google is attempting to have relevant conversations with users. 0 Comments

From 0 to 1.4 Million Visitors in 6 Months: A Lesson in Building Organic Traffic

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Acquiring organic traffic requires the right keywords, well-researched and developed content, and precision timing. If your content is serving a purpose, accessible, and easy to consume – your readers will build all of the links you will ever need. Acquiring organic traffic requires the right keywords, well-researched and developed content, and precision timing. If your content is serving a purpose, accessible, and easy to consume – your readers will build all of the links you will ever need. 0 Comments

3 Ways to Identify Link Prospects

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In a crowded space where everyone uses the same basic tactics, only those who utilize creative forms of outreach specific to their target vertical will separate from the pack. Here's how to gain high-quality links and a competitive advantage. In a crowded space where everyone uses the same basic tactics, only those who utilize creative forms of outreach specific to their target vertical will separate from the pack. Here's how to gain high-quality links and a competitive advantage. 0 Comments

Google Adds City Pages & Descriptive Terms in Local

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Google is struggling to make its mark in the local scene in the aftermath of the failed Groupon buyout. Two brand new tactics in this effort are the city pages and descriptive terms in Google Maps local listing results. Google is struggling to make its mark in the local scene in the aftermath of the failed Groupon buyout. Two brand new tactics in this effort are the city pages and descriptive terms in Google Maps local listing results. 0 Comments

Google Offers Accepting Business Sign-ups in Portland

Google promises businesses that the Groupon-style program, which went live last week, will help bring in new customers, with Google handling all the marketing to users who have subscribed to receive offers to buy a deal worth at least 50 percent off. Google promises businesses that the Groupon-style program, which went live last week, will help bring in new customers, with Google handling all the marketing to users who have subscribed to receive offers to buy a deal worth at least 50 percent off. 0 Comments

Internet Top Information Resource, Study Finds

A study that monitored 74 people over four days during the Fall of 2000 shows that Americans need answers to four questions per day, spend nearly 9 hours per week looking for those answers, online or off, and that the Internet has become their top information resource -- a remarkable change, considering it has only been widely available for about six years. A study that monitored 74 people over four days during the Fall of 2000 shows that Americans need answers to four questions per day, spend nearly 9 hours per week looking for those answers, online or off, and that the Internet has become their top information resource -- a remarkable change, considering it has only been widely available for about six years. 0 Comments