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  1. Google Faces New Mobile Search Monopoly Antitrust Lawsuit

    The complaint argued that given its placement of its own apps on Android smartphones - such as Google Play and Search - through its Mobile Application Distribution Agreements (MADA), it is stifling competition in the market.

  2. SEO in the Age of Apps: Diversifying Your Mobile SEO Strategy

    But mobile devices have ushered in a whole new set of search challenges in the form of apps, forcing SEO professionals to diversify their search strategy beyond the browser. That, of course, is a case-by-case process for which there is no specific...

  3. Mobile Marketing: Connecting With Your Audience on the Move

    So, responsive design or mobile apps? Also, 30 percent of people who visit ESPN via mobile web will also use ESPN for apps. Application download: This measurement is unique to mobile and marketers are starting to capture these types of metrics to...

  4. Top 10 High Impact Google AdWords Innovations to Watch Now

    Searchers can become more interactive with ads by watching video, getting coupons, or downloading apps with one click. Target your apps to people using apps. Advertisers can promote their apps to app users with a target CPA.

  5. 4 Ways Developers Can Reduce Data Noise to Create Great Local Search Experiences

    With competing streams of data sources, developers must be able to filter data noise and distinguish accurate business points for local search results and other mapping features when they build mobile apps, social sites, or local directories.

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

    Jargot-bot for Google Apps The company also introduced Jargon-bot for Google Apps. Can he or she stay, fetch, roll over, shake hands, and not drool on the application? Now, you know that millions of people are using mobile devices every day, but...

  7. Adding Negatives: How to Filter Out Bad Paid Search Clicks & Prospects

    For example, you might want to prevent your display campaigns from appearing on apps or mobile sites. The most frequent application of these negatives is for commonly avoided terms like “free” or “cheap” if you’re a luxury company, or adult terms.