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  1. U.S. Holiday Trends & Forecast: Top Shopping Days, Hot Searches, Mobile Shoppers

    Most U.S.searches for ‘Black Friday' this month have originated in Omaha, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Columbus, and Buffalo," Yahoo said. Even government shutdowns can't put a damper on the consumer's plot to shop this holiday season.

  2. Fake Online Reviews Cost 19 Companies $350,000

    Olivia Roat, a marketing consultant for Main Street Host, a Buffalo digital marketing agency, discussed her growing realization that fake reviews are omnipresent on the company’s blog last year. When people read online reviews of a business, it's...

  3. Google April Fools' Pranks 2013: YouTube Closing, Google Nose, Gmail Blue & More!

    Buffalo sauce - Hot sauce, oil and lots (and lots) of meat Deck it out with some fresh buffalo grass. At least according to Google Nose, one of the latest additions to Google's long line of new technologies that never seem to quite make it past...

  4. Tom Brady vs. Eli Manning: Brady Searches Top Google, Yahoo

    Buffalo chicken dip While Manning has the edge in their on-the-field matchups, leading 2-1 including a Super Bowl victory four years ago, people searched more for Brady on Google and Yahoo. Over the past 30 days on Google, more people have...

  5. Going to SES Toronto 2010 to Keep Up-To-Date with Industry Trends and See New Products and Services

    I grew up in Buffalo, New York, and Detroit, Michigan. So, I learned at an early age about the similarities and differences between these cities in the United States and their next-door neighbors in Ontario, Canada.

  6. Navigating London

    Search and Text Mining Research at the University of Buffalo. Business First of Buffalo May 30 2005 3:27PM GMT Search Engine Strategies London opens tomorrow, and we have attendees and exhibitors at the conference from all over the world.

  7. MSN Toolbar with Desktop Search Officially Launches

    University at Buffalo Reporter May 14 2005 3:56PM GMT Microsoft has significantly beefed up the degree of control you have over desktop search, both in the initial set up process and in the desktop search options.