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  1. Google Display Ads on Mobile Devices: How to Avoid the Erroneous Clicks of Children

    There isn’t a great amount of content written specifically about our product, but we wanted to get in front of moms reading articles related to raising kids (pre-school aged, specifically). Don’t worry, we’ll get to the kids soon.

  2. Gamification in Marketing: Lessons from the Khan Academy Website

    Instead of fading or zoning out, as I did so many times in long math classes, my kids get more engaged and determined as their streak increases and they have more to lose. My kids aren’t particularly math-phobic, but the subject has definitely not...

  3. Psst, Microsoft! Bashing Competitors Isn’t a Marketing Strategy

    We remember that because your stove cooks 15 percent faster than the other guy's stove, that's 15 percent more time with your kids at the end of the day. And they've been through high school. However, its recent campaign may just be the worst yet.

  4. Insights From 7th Graders About Google, Smartphones, Panda, Privacy & Paid Search

    Smart Kids, Smart Questions These are incredibly smart and savvy kids, and especially with technology. Last spring I had the opportunity to speak with a middle school class about how the students could use the skills they were learning today in a...

  5. Doodle 4 Google 2012 Winner Travels to Pirate Times

    Dylan’s “Pirate Times” drawing took top honors in Google’s annual coloring contest for kids, which this year asked entrants to illustrate their response to the question, “If I could travel in time I’d visit.

  6. What J.K. Rowling Can Teach PPC Marketers About Reaching Ideal Prospects

    I can just see myself and the kids in the backyard playing with a couple of black labs. When I imagine my kids and me playing with our dogs, I like that because it’s so innocent and natural. Since embracing the diet and the lifestyle, Kevin has...

  7. Google Driverless Cars ‘Shockingly’ Safe & Efficient [Infographic]

    The average car is immobile for 96 percent of its lifetime; driverless cars will double the efficiency of working parents by allowing them to send the car for the kids. Still, the day we’ll have robotic cars drive us to work or school, or maybe...

  8. Some Googlers Don't Want Their Kids Using Google Products

    At Google, we believe that dreaming about future possibilities leads to tomorrow's leaders and inventors, so this year we invited U.S.kids to exercise their creative imaginations around the theme, "What I'd like to do someday…"

  9. Bunsen Burner Doodle Honors Inventor's 200th Birthday

    Anyone who has walked in to a high school science classroom across the globe remembers the first time they saw a Bunsen burner - one of the first awestruck moments of our youth - the stuff of every mad scientist movie we had watched as kids was...

  10. Spies, Lies & Cold Hard Cash: Second Life Erupts In a War Over Privacy

    See, there's the me who goes to school meetings with my kids and that's a very well established identity. If it were a school exam, it would get a C- (hardly anything to write home about). Theft of content in this manner has been a problem for...

  11. Happy Birthday Google. 12 Years On, Then & Now

    Which also means that there are high school kids who have grown up with Google their entire lives. Google turns 12 today. Which, in human terms, means it is almost teenager! Like them, it is hard for many of us to imagine the company not existing.