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  1. Oklahoma Uses YouTube TrueView Ads to Boost Tourism for a Song [Case Study]

    The top two California metros tested increased from 3 percent of TravelOK.com visitors to 15 percent at the peak. Lake Tenkiller is known as "heaven in the hills" for the way the clear water reflects the expansive blue skies, and the Oklahoma City...

  2. Mobile Consumer Spending: Big Data Insights for Holiday Retailers

    California drives the most traffic at 13.47 percent, yet experiences the lowest conversion rate, with just 2.89 percent of lookers becoming buyers. California, which overall drives the most ecommerce website traffic, ranks near the bottom of tablet...

  3. Google+ Bowling: Real Life Bowling Rethought for Real Life

    Today, Google has announced plans to right that wrong with the introduction of Google+ Bowling to Portland, Oregon, soon to also launch in NYC and California. Perhaps by next April Fools’ Day, you’ll have one in your city.

  4. Google April Fools' Day Pranks 2012: 8-Bit Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode & More!

    The Googleplex in Mountain View, California Hollywood sign in Los Angeles, California The Statue of Liberty in New York City In 2010, Google announced it was changing its name to Topeka, after that city changed its name to Google the previous month.

  5. Robert Noyce, Microchip Co-Creator, Celebrated by Google Doodle

    In Mountain View, California, the city that today serves as Google’s main headquarters, Noyce in 1957 founded Fairchild Semiconductor, which was the first successful silicon company. Today’s Google Doodle honors Robert Noyce, the man who invented...

  6. Facebook Acquires Gowalla, Tests Negative Feedback Feature, Expands in NYC

    Once the sale is completed, Gowalla, based in Austin, Texas, will begin to shut down its operations and transfer staff to Facebook's Palo Alto, California, headquarters by the end of January 2012. Most of the focus of Facebook’s announced New York...

  7. Mary Blair Google Doodle Honors Artist's 100th Birthday

    After school, Blair began her art career in the early 30s as a member of the California Watercolor Society. Another facet of her professional life was the design of theatrical sets, including holiday sets for Radio City Music Hall.

  8. Google Wants to Get More Local Businesses Online

    City pages were first introduced back in mid-June, at which time the product was rolled out for Austin, Texas; Madison, Wisconsin; Portland, Oregon; and San Diego, California. Now users and business owners in both San Francisco, California, and...

  9. Google Makes Room for Thousands of New Googlers in California

    Google is expanding its offices in Mountain View and Sunnyvale California, leasing additional space and even planning on re-constructing more dense offices. Google has recently announced a long-term lease for four buildings in Sunnyvale, California.

  10. Has Same-Sex Marriage Controversy Caused Google To Retreat From Open Gay Support?

    I'm disappointed in Google's decision today, but none of this is meant to demean the company's previous work in support of gay rights, which includes a 90-second contribution to the It Gets Better Project that was televised nationally last month...

  11. Incorporating Geo-Targeting into Your Link Building

    Universal search is the next great frontier like California is the "The Wild Wild West. When we can affect the anchor text being used to link to our sites it's easy enough to add a state or city name in conjunction with a target keyword or phrase.

  12. Which Markets Are the Biggest Users of Apple Products?

    At the top of the list is the San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, California DMA where fully 32.3 percent adult residents own or use at least one of the three core Apple products. In fact, four out of the top 10 Apple markets are in California.

  13. SearchDay | Search Engine Submission 101

    Pop Culture and Geography Combine in AOL's New 'Where It's At' Posted by Nathania Johnson May 11, 2009 AOL has launched a new mapping concept designed to answer those probing geographical pop culture questions such as "Where is the real Hotel...