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  1. 8 Lessons Learned From Owning a Search Agency for 15 Years

    My journey started back in 1998 when one of my former college classmates and I decide to make websites for local businesses in New England. I’m writing this post to share some of the lessons and mistakes I learned from owning a search agency for...

  2. Ada Lovelace Google Doodle Celebrates First Computer Programmer

    She would never know her father, who left England shortly after her birth and died years later in Greece. A Google Doodle today celebrates mathematician Ada Lovelace, widely known as the world’s first computer programmer, who was born on this date...

  3. Bing Top Searches of 2012: Those Kardashian People, iPhone 5 & Beyonce’s Baby

    London, England bumped Paris, France out of the top European spot. Bing has announced the top searches in 2012 across a variety of categories, including people, sports stars, news, reality TV and more.

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

    Will the same ad text work in Cambodia as in England? On the heels of a WSJ report Facebook and GM are in talks to rekindle their advertising relationship, after a very public break up in the days before what can be kindly described as a lackluster...

  5. Alan Turing Google Doodle: Turing Machine Codebreaker Logo Honors Father of Computer Science

    In spite of his codebreaking prowess, which resulted in the cracking of encrypted German transmissions in World War II, Turing was persecuted in his native England and eventually convicted in 1952 for gross indecency, after admitting to being in a...

  6. Howard Carter King Tut Google Logo Pays Homage to Famous Archaeologist

    Carter left London, England, to chase his dream of assisting in the excavation of Middle Kingdom Egyptian at just 17. Google’s homepage logo today is a birthday tribute to archaeologist Howard Carter, who discovered King Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922.

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

    Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, and Nelson's Column in London, England For Google, April Fools' Day is the annual launch day for a slew of gag products and hoax services you’ll likely never see in real life.

  8. Madonna's Super Bowl Halftime Show Tops Google Searches [Infographic]

    We're 24 hours removed from Super Bowl 46, in which the New York Giants defeated the New England Patriots 21-17. But it was neither the Giants nor Patriots that people were searching for most last night on Google during the game.

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

    And while it won’t matter once the teams are on the field, the New England Patriots had 50 percent more searches than the New York Giants this year on Yahoo. New England Patriots vs. Over the past 30 days on Google, more people have consistently...

  10. Super Bowl Stat Time: Wolfram|Alpha Offers Stats Guide for Football Junkies

    If you want Super Bowl stats, the self-described computational knowledge engine Wolfram|Alpha is the place to break down all the key Super Bowl 46 numbers before the New England Patriots and New York Giants game kicks off tomorrow night.

  11. 5 Cool Twitter Marketing Stories

    Sports stars are brands in themselves and New England Patriots’ Chad Ochocinco “gets it. Five of the currently published Twitter Stories are particularly inspirational for marketers looking for new and creative ways to generate conversation, raise...

  12. Google Expands Global Presence in Asia, London, Dublin

    In London, England, Google has joined with other technology giants (including Facebook and Intel) to establish a center for startup Internet companies. Google is establishing a stronger international presence with the purchase of land for data...

  13. Searcher Demographics – We Are What We Search

    Seventy-five percent of their searchers are in the New England, Mid Atlantic, and South Atlantic regions. The Yankees Faithful certainly don’t seem to be settling in New England, and Red Sox Nation doesn’t appear terribly interested in places west...