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  1. Why You Need to Own Your Data & Digital Assets

    Bad news: You may have to do a little research, as the platforms occasionally modify how to successfully export or download of connections made on their platform(s). Even if you decide to make the transition from a privately developed website or...

  2. Nicolaus Copernicus Animated Google Doodle Models Heliocentric Solar System

    In 2004, Copernicus was the inspiration of an April Fool’s Day joke from Google, which announced it was interviewing candidates for engineering positions at the Copernicus Center, a lunar hosting and research center, set to open in the spring of...

  3. How Big Data is Fundamentally Changing Local Search

    In January 2011, the Pew Research Center conducted a broad research initiative to better understand how people learn about their local communities in the "SoLoMo" era. These open data initiatives have helped a new crop of start-ups in the local...

  4. Search Marketing Toolbox - SES San Francisco

    Keyword research Research Go to the Google Opportunity Center and use the Analyze Competition report to see how you are doing against your competitors. Open Site Explorer looks at power of anchor text, links and other important SEO elements

  5. AdGooroo Unveils Academic Program Featuring Free Tools for Educators

    Supporting the academic community is a top priority for AdGooroo, and we're offering them free access to SEM Insight, our flagship research tool. It allows us to submerge them into actual marketer campaigns and let them see for themselves what a...

  6. Google Earth Maps Walt Disney World Resort in 3D

    Whether their choice is Google Earth or Microsoft Virtual Earth, the big winners are consumers doing research on the Internet. Whether guests book through the Disney reservation center, a travel agent or online, nearly 90 percent of Walt Disney...

  7. Yahoo! Open Search Platform Recap with Andrew Tomkins

    Prior to joining Yahoo Research, he managed the "Information Management Principles" group at IBM's Almaden Research Center, and served as chief scientist on the WebFountain project. Andrew Tomkins joined Yahoo Research in 2005 from IBM.