Google after antitrust: The good, the bad, and the ugly – CNET

Google after antitrust: The good, the bad, and the uglyCNET"Anybody who builds a business based on the whims of a search engine's algorithms — that's a foolish thing to do." This recrimination, mind you, is coming from a former Google advocate. In 2009, Google published an AdSense case study about his success …and more »

Google Analytics Explained: Get to Know Your Website Visitors, hosted by Ottawa Chamber of Commerce N-VisionIT, 613 722 1965 Here’s what you’l learn – Understand how your visitors use your website – Know where your visitors are coming from – Easily track online campaigns – Learn which campaigns are working, eliminate those that aren’t – Fix issues that you didn’t even know existed N-VisionIT Interactive is a social media […]

How to Host a Google Plus Hangout On Air: A “G-10 Summit”

Developers, Independent Journalists and News Organizations from France 24, KRNV-TV, KOMU-TV and WSPA-TV share information on how to host a Hangout On Air. This 10 person video chatroom within Google Plus is fueling a Journalism Renaissance as it’s a collaborative space bringing together developers with journalists. For more examples of how journos are using Hangouts […]

Google Offers Tips For A Search Engine Friendly Tablet Experience (Not … – Search Engine Land

Search Engine Land Google Offers Tips For A Search Engine Friendly Tablet Experience (Not …Search Engine LandGoogle is clear to point out these tips are NOT specific “recommendations for building search engine friendly tablet-optimized websites.” Google does not have guidelines or official recommendations for tablet-optimized web sites but they did want to …and more »

DuckDuckGo search engine wants to compete with, not necessarily crush, Google – York Daily Record

DuckDuckGo search engine wants to compete with, not necessarily crush, GoogleYork Daily RecordGabriel Weinberg is creator of, a search engine that does not track users history and information. He is shown in his office in Paoli, Pa., on June 13. Illustrates SEARCHENGINE (category f), by Michael Rosenwald, (c) 2012, The Washington …

Ducking Google in search engines – Washington Post

Ducking Google in search enginesWashington PostPAOLI, Pa. — Not far from Valley Forge, around the corner from Bravo Pizza, up the road from Paoli Auto Body, there is an odd-looking office building that resembles a stone castle. An eye doctor is on the first floor. On the second floor is a search …

Google Unveils Simpler Search Page for All Devices, Reaction Mixed – eWeek

eWeek Google Unveils Simpler Search Page for All Devices, Reaction MixedeWeek"The same advanced tools you're used to are still there when you need them. Just click on 'Search tools' to filter or drill down on your results." The new look will first be available to Google users in the United States, but will be pushed […]

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