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  1. How to Diversify Your PPC Campaigns – and Your Skill Sets at the Same Time

    Enroll in New Beta Products Google AdWords and Bing Ads launch beta products frequently. In fact, just recently we launched a new beta for this client that completely changed how we will manage their account going forward (see graph below).

  2. New Data Mining Tool Will Let You Make Your Own Private Search Engine

    A little over a year later, the Minerazzi project is in beta testing. Minnerazzi is still in beta testing with no official public launch date at this time. Things like products and services, market information even a competitor index can be built...

  3. Didit Buys Inceptor to Co-Promote SEO, Shopping Feed Services

    Didit are also entering the big data arena and are currently beta testing a new standalone technology-only offering they plan to release this fall. Didit has acquired SEO, social and comparison shopping engine management company Inceptor from...

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

    Bad news for users and businesses: while Click-to-Teleport is in beta, there is no “teleport back home” option. In 2005, the company announced Google Gulp (BETA) with Auto-Drink (LIMITED RELEASE), a line of “smart drinks” designed to maximize your...

  5. New Gmail, YouTube, Blogger Users Join Google+ by Default

    Eric Schmidt, in discussing the online identity ecosystem last year, said, "So the solution of course that we've come up with is called Google+, which is in essentially early beta, and it looks like it's doing very well so far.

  6. Trapit Discovery Engine Launches, on a 'Collision Course with Google'

    Trapit, a content discovery engine that learns your preferences and behaviors, has entered its open beta stage. Google+ and the associated +1 button are both ways of accomplishing deeper "discovery" on the SERP, while additional services such as...

  7. Real Names: Google+, Government & The Identity Ecosystem

    We have Schmidt saying, “So the solution of course that we’ve come up with is called Google+, which is in essentially early beta, and it looks like it’s doing very well so far. So the solution of course that we’ve come up with is called Google...