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  1. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    B2B Marketers Say Twitter is Now but Google+ Is the Future [Infographic] – Marketing PilgrimThe most popular platform among B2Bs? A healthy advertising ecosystem – Inside AdWordsGoogle highlights its updated rules for downloadable software.

  2. Driving Consumer Insights With Mobile Analytics

    Once you set up tracking for an app and sign up for the beta program, you then download the software development kit (SDK) – they have one for iOS and one for Android. This should come first before you decide which platform you'd like to build your...

  3. Search News & Headlines Around the Web - April 6, 2011

    Marin Software Raises $16 Million For Paid Search Management Platform - TechCrunch Baidu to launch revamped legal MP3 music platform, expects to lose half of its users - The Next Web A new way to share local product availability with your customers...

  4. Google Circles Could Be As Fake As Crop Circles, Or Is It?

    Rumors swirled around the launching of Google's social platform at SXSW last weekend, but ultimately the product now supposedly named 'Google Circles' was a no show and the launch is now possibly slated for May, the Next Web reported.

  5. Conductor Aims To Conduct Culture Of SEO Throughout Your Organization Via Searchlight

    Conductor launched its 'automated' SEO platform last week. The interface had an Omniture "feel" to it, which came with all the features you would expect from enterprise-level analytics software - namely the ability to export any data set, produce...

  6. SearchDay | Google OS Arrives, In the Form of a Browser

    Bay Harbor uses a proprietary software platform to perform behavioral targeting which identifies marketers' best prospects in several financial services and other consumer interest segments. Google's Picasa Launching Face Recognition Software...

  7. Google Getting Sued For $1 Billion Over Gmail Tool

    The lawsuit alleges at the time of its launch, however, Google did not have a workable way to enable Microsoft Outlook users to easily migrate their email (called gMail), calendar and contacts to Google's platform.