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  1. Panda Has a Smartphone – Here Are 7 Things You Can Do to Test It Now

    I always have a number of devices accessible so I can test websites across various phones, tablets, sizes, operating systems, etc. That’s a smart thing to do, as deep Panda analysis is worth its weight in gold.

  2. Could Bing Ever Overtake Google in Search?

    The world continues to buy Nokia phones. While at the Bing event, we were presented with a demonstration of Bing Smart Search. I don't buy the "protect searchers privacy" deal as the reason for moving all search to HTTPS and not providing us with...

  3. The New Inbox: The Intersection of Email, Mobile & Social Marketing

    How many folks on your email list are reading emails on their smart phones? Fleck then asked, "How does something that builds a connected Like or connected Fan give us that data layer in Social that allows us to begin to target on things like...

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

    The remaining students all owned Android phones. Smart Kids, Smart Questions I think that’s really smart. These are incredibly smart and savvy kids, and especially with technology. A few weeks after my presentation, I received a stack of thank you...

  5. Why Quality Score is One of the Least Important AdWords Metrics

    Search network computers, mobile phones, and tablets. Display network computers, mobile phones, and tablets. And that something, if you’re smart, involves improving your lifestyle. Everyone with total cholesterol over 200 is encouraged by drug...

  6. Social Retail: Finding, Engaging & Cultivating Today’s Connected Consumer

    Social shopping apps have sprung onto the scene and are taking care of the first two points.percent of consumers use their mobile phones to check for sales and specials (Source: PowerReviews Study) percent of consumers have checked ratings and...

  7. Google Hit With Patent Lawsuit Over Chrome for Mobile Technology

    Mobile devices, such as smart phones and tablets, made by Motorola - which is owned by Google - and Samsung, use Google's Chrome Mobile Browser to navigate mobile websites using EMG's patented simplified navigation system.