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Google announced plans to build a $1 billion campus in New York, as the city’s tech scene continues to hit new heights. The move will see the company expand its already significant workforce by over 7,000 staff, according to The...

  • Digital Marketing- the New "Salesperson" of E-CommerceDigital Marketing- the New “Salesperson” of E-CommerceEven the most innovative, life-changing product on the market will not make any sales if no one is aware it exists. That is because marketing and sales are intertwined. Both processes work hand in hand to help secure your business...
  • The Death of CashThe Death of CashThere’s been many a time whilst digging around in your pocket for a spare quarter for a car meter, or a snack in the vending machine where you’ve had the thought. “Why do we even use these anymore?” In fact,...
  • Google Looks to Turn Product Searches into CashGoogle Looks to Turn Product Searches into CashMaybe Google needs increased revenue to equip their Silicon Valley headquarters with more nap pods, build a new gym, or to start an organic farm on-site for employees? Or, maybe they’re just trying to level the online marketplace playing field?...
  • Southeast Asia E-Commerce Market to BoomSoutheast Asia E-Commerce Market Set to BoomEveryone wants to be on the pulse of what is about to happen. When it comes to e-commerce, businesses are keeping close watch over who will have the next boom. At this time, it looks like all signs point to...
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  • Google Changes B2B Needs to Know AboutGoogle is the undisputed top when it comes to searching, marketing and a lot of other features. They’re always innovating and changing things up, and 2015 had a lot of changes that those who market B2B need to know about. Google+ should...
  • Amazon’s Eviction Could Mean Huge Losses for Apple & Google – In the MillionsThe two Silicon Valley Giants, Google and Apple, were expected to take a world of hurting financially when Amazon evicted them from the top category in the Amazon marketplace. Surprisingly, experts may not have anticipated just how large a financial...
  • Google Analytics - Universal AnalyticsGoogle Data Import Tool, Universal Analytics Now Available to B2B MarketersGoogle Analytics has recently announced a new Data Import Tool which promises to make it easier for B2B marketers to measure the ever-elusive ROI not just on Analytics, but on various platforms. Google also announced the launch of Universal Analytics,...
  • Big Internet Players Form National Trade GroupAmazon, Google, Facebook, eBay and other Internet companies have announced backing for The Internet Association, a trade group of online businesses, officially launched yesterday with plans to advocate in Washington, D.C., for a “free and innovative” Internet. “A free and...
  • Webinar on Google Shopping Ads June 13As announced yesterday at Internet Retailer 2012, Channel Intelligence (CI) and Google will partner on the new Google Shopping. CI has developed a technology to help merchants maximize sales and optimize ad spend with Google Product Listing Ads (PLAs), which...
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  • Google’s New Privacy Policy Impacts Ads and Search ResultsGoogle’s new privacy policy (starting March 1) is generating a lot of negative response from both users and legislators for targeting ads to users based on their interests and relationships online. That’s because the information harvested from user data across...
  • Understanding Google Search Plus Your Worldby Claudia Bruemmer Last week, Google introduced some new features in search results that make search more social and tie in with its Google+ social network. This latest change is called Search Plus Your World. The new features will display...
  • Baidu: China’s Answer to GoogleThings looked good for Baidu when Google moved off the mainland because of its disagreement with the Chinese government over censorship. While Baidu owns the market in Chinese-language searches (83 percent), it has been trying for years to improve its English-language search capability without much luck. Chinese searchers prefer Google despite the hassles of government censorship. Baidu’s new partnership with Bing brings the promise of improving its English-language search results. The partnership also brings opportunities for marketers.
  • Do You Use Google Instead of Memory?It was interesting to read about the study, "Google Effects on Memory: Cognitive Consequences of Having Information at Our Fingertips," by Betsy Sparrow, Jenny Liu, and Daniel M. Wegner in Sciencexpress, suggesting Google is affecting human memory, and in fact, has become an “external memory for humans.”
  • What Wholesalers Need to Know About Microdata MarkupMany wholesalers and general merchandise vendors have heard of Microdata, a markup language provided by Schema.org and supported by Google, Bing and Yahoo. Microdata are markup attributes (tags, code) that give semantic meaning to product pages or any X/HTMLweb page. These tags allow all product details such as price, image, reviews, manufacturer, etc., to be accurately understood by search engines. As a result, they can display complete, accurate information about your products in the SERPs.
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  • News about Computers Manufacturers that Everyone Should KnowComputers Manufacturers have been working hard to establish their markets and capture emerging markets in categories such as tablet computing and new operating systems. However, there's a lot of news that those in the industry should be following just as closely. Here are some of the biggest points to consider as we enter a new age of computing.
  • 5 Digital Trends That Rocked the Web In 20102010 came to a close with a bang, and 2011 promises to be even better. It’s time for wholesalers, manufacturers and retailers to learn from the digital trends of last year for use in increasing sales and profits this year. 2010 was the year of social media with Google playing catch-up. We also saw the rise of Facebook, the ubiquity of Twitter, the propagation of mobile marketing and the promise of video advertising.
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