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Google Launches Underwater Street Views

Google Launches Underwater Street Views

| September 26, 2012 | Reply

I’m so impressed with Google’s continued innovation – even as they’ve exploded to 54,000 employees. They just launched underwater “street views” of the world’s most popular undersea destinations including the Great Barrier Reef, Hawaii’s Hanauma Bay, and Apo Island in the Philippines. What’s next? The moon? Mars? Whatever it might be, I’m sure it will […]

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Congrats to San Diego-based Nik Software Acquired by Google

Congrats to San Diego-based Nik Software Acquired by Google

| September 17, 2012 | Reply

  Today, Nik Software was acquired by Google. The company – well known for its photography software (inlcuding the awesome Snapseed) – has become the recognized leader in digital photographic products and technologies, including its patented U Point® technology. The company’s products have won over 100 top industry awards for quality and innovation. Its first […]

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How Teenagers Use and Consume Different Media Channels

How Teenagers Use and Consume Different Media Channels

| July 13, 2009 | Reply

Here is a research note written by 15 year old Matthew Robbson while he was interning at Morgan Stanley. What's interesting is his thoughts on newspapers, pc gaming, and the internet. For the internet, he says that kids basically use social networking and search. Everything else? Not so much. If you're in a business that […]

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Biggest Organic Search Opportunity Could Be On Page 2 of Google

Biggest Organic Search Opportunity Could Be On Page 2 of Google

| May 5, 2009 | Reply

Here are a few search tips from the Search Analytics Conference in Tornonto. Links on the first page of Google get clicked 45 times that of subsequent pages (93% of all clicks come from the first page). This is very important to remember as your biggest organic keyword opportunities are current rankings of 11-15. If […]

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Ever Wonder How Google AdWords Works?

Ever Wonder How Google AdWords Works?

| March 27, 2009 | Reply

Here's a good video from Hal Varian, Chief Economist at Google. He explains how pricing and quality both factor into your Google AdWords campaigns. Worth the time to watch.  

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Google Maps Crash – Why it’s tough to rely on API’s

Google Maps Crash – Why it’s tough to rely on API’s

| September 8, 2007 | Reply

As an entrepreneur, it’s a constant struggle to know what to build, and what to outsource – who you should partner up with, and who you should politely take a pass on. Even the big guys like Google don’t deliver 100% of the time, and smaller companies with API’s you can tie into most likely fail even more frequently.

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