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Category Archives: Google
YouTube was a $1B bargain for Google
Each year Mary Meeker of Kleiner-Perkins has given her viewpoints under the umbrella of ‘Internet Trends’. This year’s report in my estimation would take most people 15 minutes or less to scroll through the deck. I believe it’s worth your … Continue reading
Posted in Google, Internet news Tagged Brandwatch, Kleiner-Perkins, Mary Meeker, Pew Internet, Rani Molla, Recode, YouTube 1 Comment
Use Google Alerts to be in the know first
I am actually surprised that most people I know, don’t use Google Alerts to keep up with their employers, clients, prospects, and competitors. Google Alerts are emails sent to you when Google finds new results — such as web pages, newspaper … Continue reading
Posted in Google, Listening Tagged Google Alerts, research, using Google Alerts Leave a comment
Amazon and Google are fast becoming like public utilities
I’ve noted on several occasions that I am an admirer of both Google (now Alphabet) and Amazon.com. As marketers we are involved with both every single day on behalf of our clients AND ourselves. We have a number of clients … Continue reading