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  1. Android’s New Feature Paves Way for Apps Replacing Web

    It’s unclear whether Google will go about this by asking developers to create a demo version of their app or if Google will create the streamlined versions themselves through the Google Play store. If your brand already has an Android app, ask your...

  2. Rise of the New School SEO Professional

    Developing an API or reaching out to app developers may not generate a lot of revenue, but it moves you up the value chain. Apps integration: Including a review of emerging app-based traffic sources relevant to the line of business shows strategic...

  3. SEO Tactics for App Stores, Mobile App Website Pages & Local Markets

    Apple offers clear steps to help app developers internationalize and localize apps to capture the opportunity of more revenue, by attending to the native user experience of other countries worldwide. Just last week, Apple sent its developers an...

  4. Social Media ROI: 14 Formulas to Measure Social Media Benefits

    Consider consultants, contractors, IT developers/support, designers, copywriters, legal reviews, paid spokesperson fees, etc. Consider social analytics, social sign-on, ratings/reviews tools, YouTube paid account, video editing software, mobile app...

  5. Mobile Ad Revenue Outlook: Local Search Leads the Way

    In this way, search's fate as a mobile ad format is tied closely to the "apps vs.mobile" web debate that faces app developers and publishers. But for lots of app categories like social, local, and news, sufficient functionality can be seen on the...

  6. Google I/O: Jelly Bean, Nexus 7, Nexus Q & Skydiving With Project Glass

    Google said Android 4.1 will be made available to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Motorola Xoom and Nexus S over-the-air (OTA) from mid-July, while the SDK for developers is available from today. Google's improved Google Play store also brings magazines...

  7. 5 Local-Mobile Recommendations for the Pay Per Call Comeback

    App usage is likely to grow more quickly than mobile browser-based local searches as developers enhance and add helpful local apps. Optimize your mobile web presence to account for smaller screens and the user’s need for instant gratification.