Monthly Archives: January 2015

10 things LinkedIn won’t tell you

Is LinkedIn a social network or a jobs site or both? And what’s the deal with the endorsements, and that stranger who keeps asking to connect? Continue reading

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Can't Afford a $4 Million Super Bowl Ad? Try These 3 Things Instead.

Every business owner may have dreams of buying a 30-second spot during the mega event. Meanwhile, try these less flashy maneuvers. Continue reading

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Google's 4Q earnings disappoint, but CFO eases the letdown

SAN FRANCISCO Google has gotten into the habit of missing analysts' earnings targets, frustrating investors who believe the online search leader would be more profitable it wasn't pouring so much money into far-flung projects such as Internet… Continue reading

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How Growth Hacking Is Redefining Marketing

More than just the latest buzz term, growth hacking is a way of thinking about marketing that focuses on quickly finding and leveraging the most effective techniques. Continue reading

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How a Marketing Firm Hit the Gamification Bull's-Eye

When sales are a game and customers are players, this Boston-based company wins big. Continue reading

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Google expanding fiber service to 4 Southeastern metro areas

NASHVILLE, Tenn. Google said Tuesday it has selected four metro areas in the Southeast to receive its fiber optic service that can deliver Internet speeds at more than 50 times the national broadband average. Continue reading

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Google Roasts Apple, Discloses 3 Os X Bugs

Project Zero has done it again: Google's private security research team has discovered and disclosed three zero-day flaws in Apple's OS X platform before Apple patched them. The three flaws are documented on Project Zero's website. Project… Continue reading

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Google Maps Takes Landlubbers on a Visit to Old Ironsides

Now, users can tour the USS Constitution using Google Maps' Street View. Google published the 360-degree virtual tour Tuesday , using pictures taken in the fall of 2014. The ship, nicknamed Old Ironsides, launched in 1797 and was named by President… Continue reading

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Breaking down Google's strategy for the Internet of Things

Google made waves in 2014 with major acquisitions and investments in the IoT space. Here's what the road ahead looks like for Google and the Internet of Things. Continue reading

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Want a new domain with Google Apps? Choose Google Domains

Google Domains' synthetic records automate the creation of multiple DNS records. Andy Wolber explains. Continue reading

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