Google is about to show us its future. Every year at its Google I/O conference, the company's top names get on stage to discuss what's coming next for their biggest projects: Android and Chrome, watches and TVs, VR and AR, cars and balloons, and so on. The same will certainly be true this year. But...
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A long, long time ago I was talking to Mike Grehan about search engine rankings. He used the term “the rich get richer”, to explain why sites that live at the top of Google are likely to stay there. One of the reasons is the ease of findability. A writer who is researching a subject on Google ...
The News Feed is the first thing you see when you open the Facebook app and the social networking company wants it to get a lot more personal. Earlier this month, tweets surfaced showing Facebook testing a feature to allow users to scroll through categories such as "sports" or "world news" in the N...
Mary Meeker published her Internet Trends of 2016 last week and among others, there were very interesting stats regarding the increase of visual content and most importantly, how this affects communication, marketing, broadcasting and ecommerce. There is a new generation coming up after millennials...
It’s Friday, so welcome to our weekly round up of search marketing and related news. This week we have the 16 companies dominating Google, stats on retailers’ search budgets, and a look at accusations around Google and searches for Hillary Clinton. Is Google manipulating searches for Hillary C...
On Wednesday Google kicked off its I/O developer conference by unveiling a series of new artificial intelligence-powered products, including a messaging app with a virtual assistant and and a home speaker with a voice interface. Given what we’ve seen in the explosion of AI assistants and software ...
Commissioning market research implies a formality and time-frame that is no longer applicable to the current insights market argues ZappiStore's Christophe Ovaere. Language matters. When you speak a certain way or use certain words, it means something. It creates an impression. Then why is it we ar...
The Google Contacts web app, first introduced over a year ago, is rolling out new a feature despite still being in preview mode. The new feature will list verified business information from Google Maps directly in a contact. If you have previously added information about a business to the Google Co...
Technology has become so deeply rooted in business, non-IT managers can't afford not to learn about IT basics. These 10 fundamental IT topics and practices need to be on every business manager's list for developing their tech skills and knowledge. 1: How to define a business case for a new applicat...
The application backlogs in nearly every organization are expanding exponentially as companies try to keep pace with competitors and their own internal needs. How can you improve the time-to-market of your applications so they can be inserted into production quicker? Here are some suggestions. 1: C...

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