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Google Chrome & The Johnny Cash Project

On Monday, Google Chrome revived its crowdsourced Johnny Cash art project/ad to commemorate the eighth anniversary of the legendary singer’s death. The final, fan-made music video is for Cash’s posthumously released song, “Ain’t No Grave.” Aside from the promotional aspects of the tribute, “The Johnny Cash Project” is …


Google Offers Expands to Five More Cities

From Living Social to (the failed) Facebook Deals to every local group-buy coupon service that has sprung up in the past few years, Groupon has seen many copy-cat competitors come and go since its November 2008 inception, so it didn’t come as much of a shock when Google …


Google+ Urges Businesses to Hold Off

Ever since Google launched its latest foray into the world of social networking in late June, it has become increasingly apparent that Facebook finally has a formidable competitor on its hands. While past attempts to penetrate the social networking market have crashed and burned (yes, we’re talking about …


Growing Marketing Opportunities with Mobile Geolocation

In an ever accelerated transition to a fully tech-nified world, more smartphone apps and other location-based services (LBS) are being introduced by the day. Not only do business owners of generations past have to get up to speed with social networking, but mobile geolocation opportunities as well. “Location-based …


What is the Google Panda Update?

In late February 2011 Google announced a major update of its search engine ranking algorithm that would affect 12% of its search results and decrease some website visits by 50%. As of Monday, April 11, Google rolled out the update globally to all English-language users. Called the Panda …




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