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  1. How Google Pigeon Impacted Local Queries, and What You Can Do

    Transportation +1.31 percent Google’s local algorithm update, "Pigeon," took flight around July 24, 2014, affecting U.S. English queries. Local businesses have been scrambling to adjust, as some deal with the fact that they’re no longer showing in...

  2. 'Let Me Google That For You' Bill Introduced to U.S. Senate

    The bill has been referred to the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. A bipartisan bill has been introduced in the U.S. Senate under the unlikely but wonderful title, "Let Me Google That For You".

  3. Responsive Design vs. Task-Oriented UX Design

    Users perform richer, complex reservation research tasks at a desktop, such as switching between looking up restaurants, entertainment venues, area maps, transportation options, etc. Consequently, when they ask a design firm to build a responsive...

  4. On International Women's Day, Marketers Share Challenges & Reasons to Celebrate

    In fact, I didn't even know about it until a few years ago when I got on a bus in Montreal, only to find out that all public transportation in the city was free that day in celebration of women. Many women are helping to shape the marketing world...

  5. London Underground Google Doodle Celebrates 150 Years of the Tube

    His original map design became the blueprint for modern transportation systems. The first underground electrically-operated railway made its debut 150 years ago today in London. To mark the occasion for seachers in the UK, Google has posted a...

  6. Government SEO is Broken

    The Department of Transportation: Entering the Distracted Driving Debate For more than three years the Department of Transportation has been working to reduce the dangerous trend of distracted driving – the practice of texting, talking on phones...

  7. Google+: Apps Support, Sergey Brin's Addiction, Real Names and Identity Provider Accreditation

    He points to the problem of transportation for disabled drivers, or those too young or too old to drive as one motivation for the project. Users will be allowed to use pseudonyms soon, as Google plans to relax their controversial real names policy.

  8. FTC Realizes 'Do Not Track' Too Complicated For Quick Decision

    Mark Pryor, D-Arkansas, and Claire McCaskill, D-Mo.at a hearing of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee earlier this month had stated the No Track Registry could create a situation where access to information on the web could...