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3 Reports Offer Insights on State of Paid Search in Q2

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Three reports from Adobe's Digital Marketing, Kenshoo, and The Search Agency highlight the state of paid search across the globe - including paid search spend, click-through rates, cost per click and more trends and data by engine and device in Q2 A flurry of findings from Adobe, Kenshoo, and the Search Agency: paid search spend, click-through rates, cost per click and more trends and data. 0 Comments

Google’s Project Loon: It's Balloon-Powered Internet Access

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Google plans to give Internet access to the entire world by sending network-enabled balloons into the stratosphere. Dubbed Project Loon, the new Google venture aims to liberate those 5 billion or so people on Earth without Internet access. Google plans to give Internet access to the entire world by sending network-enabled balloons into the stratosphere. Dubbed Project Loon, the new Google venture aims to liberate those 5 billion or so people on Earth without Internet access. 0 Comments

A Simple Guide to Using rel="alternate" hreflang="x"

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This specification element helps Google index and serve the localized version of your content to users who require an alternate language version. Here’s why you should be using rel="alternate" hreflang="x" markup and how to use it correctly. This specification element helps Google index and serve the localized version of your content to users who require an alternate language version. Here’s why you should be using rel="alternate" hreflang="x" markup and how to use it correctly. 0 Comments

Bing Maps Adds Thousands of Venues

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Aided by Nokia, Bing has added thousands of "Venues" to its mapping offerings to help users in North America, Europe, and Asia find and navigate shopping malls, airports, convention centers, museums, parks, racecourses, racetracks, and stadiums. Aided by Nokia, Bing has added thousands of "Venues" to its mapping offerings to help users in North America, Europe, and Asia find and navigate shopping malls, airports, convention centers, museums, parks, racecourses, racetracks, and stadiums. 0 Comments

Google Chrome Becomes World's Most Popular Web Browser

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Google Chrome overtook Microsoft's Internet Explorer to become the world's most popular web browser for a full week for the first time in its history. Chrome enjoyed a week-long surge in use between May 14 and 20, according to StatCounter. Google Chrome overtook Microsoft's Internet Explorer to become the world's most popular web browser for a full week for the first time in its history. Chrome enjoyed a week-long surge in use between May 14 and 20, according to StatCounter. 0 Comments

Google + Beer Brewing = Google Beer Goggles?

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A limited edition beer called URKontinent is being produced by Dogfish Head brewery with the assistance of some Googlers. While several Googlers helped suggest ingredients, the company actually provided one - honey produced at the Hive Plex. A limited edition beer called URKontinent is being produced by Dogfish Head brewery with the assistance of some Googlers. While several Googlers helped suggest ingredients, the company actually provided one - honey produced at the Hive Plex. 0 Comments

Lunar Eclipse Google Logo & Other Eclipse Coverage

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Google's a big fan of the open sky, especially when awesome things are happening in it. A Google Doodle, as well as two heaping scoops fulls of other access points from Google, give users the opportunity to check out today's lunar eclipse Google's a big fan of the open sky, especially when awesome things are happening in it. A Google Doodle, as well as two heaping scoops fulls of other access points from Google, give users the opportunity to check out today's lunar eclipse 0 Comments