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Anecdotal Evidence

  1. Court Rules Yelp May Demand Money for Adding and Removing Reviews

    Further, anecdotal evidence from UT San Diego indicates that Yelp has no preference or visible bias toward paying customers. The court believes that Yelp is not sowing any permanent economic harm and that the owners of these businesses failed to...

  2. There's a $20 Billion Pot of Gold at the End of the Mobile Advertising Rainbow

    But these anecdotal observances seem to generally belie what's happening with the broader mobile advertising market, which is still attempting to get out of the gates from a monetization standpoint. The fact that Facebook has built a multi-billion...

  3. Google as Your Identity Provider: Where Are We Now?

    In fact, in stories between SEOs there is anecdotal evidence that some author’s content cannot rank or index and that author has been marked. So where else can we see evidence of the Identity Ecosystem at play at Google?

  4. Why Facebook Ad Haters Are Wrong – Here’s How Marketers Can Do Better

    The type of information the BBC reported is a prime example of the kind of harmful anecdotal story that winds its way through the digital world, grabbing catchy headlines, despite the very real lack of any kind of substance behind it.

  5. Google Instant - 10 Things Marketing Teams Need to Know

    There is anecdotal evidence that Google may also be predicting specifically current trends or hot trends. Anecdotally, there is already evidence for location based personalization. Ben Gomes, Distinguished Engineer at Google, had a great phrase to...

  6. CDS lessons from the emerging markets

    MNB: According to anecdotal information from large global investment banks and treasury contacts, Hungarian CDSs are traded mainly in international financial centres such as London and New York. Outside Germany, no ban has yet been proposed, but...

  7. Energy companies face up to clearing requirements

    That kind of anecdotal evidence shows our industry is distinct from the wider financial sector and it makes it hard for us to understand why energy is regarded to be of systemic importance to the wider financial system.