Google just bought the company that makes this… … and this: Priorities, people. Priorities.
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I love that one of Google’s related searches for the word “Facebook” is …. MySpace. That almost seems like it has to be an easter egg, doesn’t it? Too funny. Google thinks Facebook is the next MySpace.
I’ll believe that Google+ is catching on when I can look at the “Nearby” circle and see content that’s newer than a day old. I took the screenshot below a couple nights ago. It’s not like the Tri-Cities is the middle of nowhere. We have 253,000 people in the metropolitan area (2010 census). We have […]
Remember when I showed how Google was pushing Shopping ads/results when I did a site:marketingland.com search? Now there’s this, on a search when I was trying to find out the name of the drummer from Men At Work: Absolute madness. I clicked through to see the jacket, and the color is called “drummer blue.” And […]
In what world is it relevant to show a bunch of ads when someone does a site: search looking for an article from a specific publisher? In Google’s world!!! I was searching for a specific article about Pinwheel that we previoiusly published on Marketing Land, but Google ignored the site:marketingland.com part and crammed a bunch […]
Yesterday afternoon I came upon an invite to Schemer.com, a recommendation engine owned by Google that got a little press within the last few weeks. The idea is that, with help from friends, you can discover things to do — big or small stuff — track what you want to do, what you’ve done, etc. […]