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Learn Digital Marketing Skills FREE via Google Primer Yesterday I received an email in my inbox from Google Primer. I was not too sure what Google Primer was but the email insisted, “Primer is a fas
Source: Shopify Ah, holiday shopping season. It’s what many online merchants live for—the 6-8 weeks when sales go through the roof. Consumers will soon flock to the web, credit card in hand, eager
If you have an online business, you really should be using Google Analytics. For starters you can learn the following: How many people visit my website? Where do my visitors live? Do I need a mobile
Google's getting into the wireless internet business, and the implications for you, and your business, are enormous.
The average American spends 101 minutes per day driving. There are 318.9 million people in the US. Every single day, 535,752,000 hours are lost to getting from point A to B. That's a lot of time for
What does an Icelandic brewery have to do with Google's self driving cars? They're both in today's Business Ideas in the News.
Meet Patrick Jackson. He’s a Google Glass Explorer, developer and firefighter from Rocky Mount, North Carolina. Patrick is building Glassware that he hopes could one day help firefighters everyw
via Mashable, who ads: Smart Googling requires finesse, a keen eye, some Boolean tricks, and a bit of jena se qua we like to call Google-Fu. Infographic by OnlinePhD.org.
Google is well-known for the way they treat their employees. While the average business cannot afford to feed their employees three meals a day, among other benefits, USA Today does have some ideas yo
The day is soon coming when you’ll click “buy it now” on a website and the product will be delivered to you the same day. Google’s robot cars will bring it to you. Google is no
WhatRunsWhere, the year-old service that enables advertisers and ad agencies to track competitorsâ€™ online and mobile ad campaigns, has launched WhatRunsWhere Advantage, a stand-alone service de
A look at Google’s colorful infrastructure.
If it was the 1960s and I started Google, it would work something like this: 1. I’d advertise in the back of Popular Science magazine. 2. Users would send in a self addressed, stamped envelope.
According to CNET Asia, Google has decided to shut down a few off their services. Did you ever use any of these? iGoogle. This customizable home page for the Web was launched in 2005. It’s a com
The Wall Street Journal: Google’s new Nexus Q home-entertainment deviceâ€”a black orb, looking somewhat like a Magic 8-ballâ€” was internally designed and will be manufactured in the U
Soon you will be able to search through a city using an aerial view. That search will be in 3D if you’re using Google Maps, reports CNet. Both Google and Apple now have technology to create 3D m
It is every entrepreneur’s dream. First you create a new startup with a lot of promise, then Google comes in and buys it from you. According to The Washington Post, that is exactly what happened
VentureBeat: UberConference allows teleconferencers to dial a number (no PIN required), see who is calling in, and determine who is currently talking. The organizer can instantly tell when one or more
Nevada has taken some giant steps in creating the car of the future recently. They have approved a way to license the car within the state. The license plate that will be used to officially designate
NY Times: If you venture into a coffee shop in the coming months and see someone with a pair of futuristic glasses that look like a prop from â€œStar Trek,â€ donâ€™t worry. Itâ€™s p