Monday, April 09, 2012

Top 10 Marketing Trends of 2012 from Business 2 Community

Top 10 Marketing Trends of 2012 | Business 2 Community

Monday, April 02, 2012

Google Search by Location


Google will always provide the results that we believe are most relevant to your search. Location is one of a number of factors that we use to provide these relevant results. For example, if you search for a restaurant chain, you may want to find one near you. When searching for movie showtimes, you may want listings in your area. Such search results are made possible by location-based customization.
The location used to customize your results is clearly indicated on the left side of your results page. Our location detection technology will automatically set a location for you, or you can easily specify an alternate location.

Location - Web Search Help
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Sunday, April 01, 2012

Google Analytics Blog : Interplanetary Reporting Comes To Google Analytics

When the galaxy is our playground, marketers, analysts and webmasters will want to understand location use beyond Earth. For example, if you had a chain of taco stands and noticed many users visiting your website from the Mars outpost, well, that might help you make a business case to begin expanding your business to serve Mars colonists.

That’s why today we’re announcing a sneak preview of our new Interplanetary Reports. While currently you only get a partial picture of website visitor location, we want to expand beyond Earth to help you understand visitor activities from neighboring stars and planets. You’ll also be able to drill down on each planet to see greater detail. For example, which colony or outpost your visitors came from similar to the city drill down available for Earth today. 

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