Posts Tagged ‘Google’
(April 26, 2009 TechCrunch)
Earlier today, the U.S. declared a public health emergency over the Swine Flu, after confirming 20 cases of the flu spreading to humans in New York, Ohio, Kansas, Texas and California. More than 80 people have died in Mexico from the disease, which has potentially spread to other countries, including Canada and France. Although Federal officials are urging Americans not to panic about the disease, fear of contracting the potentially deadly flu is quickly spreading over Twitter, Google, and blogs across the web.
The panic concerning the swine flu is occurring on the Web.
I hear that the swine flu is the maximum topic in Twitter.
I hear that the appearance rate of the key word named Swine Flu in the blog article will have increased rapidly moreover.
I hear that the retrieval of the key word named Swine Flu will have increased according to Google Trends and.
I hear that Tamiflu and Relenza are effective for the swine flu according to the news of the television in Japan.
I hope the panic doesn’t extend.
(TechCrunch, April 2, 2009)
Here’s a heck of a rumor that we’ve sourced from two separate people close to the negotiations: Google is in late stage negotiations to acquire Twitter. We don’t know the price but can assume its well, well north of the $250 million valuation that they saw in their recent funding.
Will it be true that Google acquires Twitter?
“Twitter” by the Twitter user might become a marvelous number by this news.
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Google Knol Opens In French, German and Italian(October 30, 2008 TechCrunch)
Google Knol , which we’ve likened to a monetizable Wikipedia upon launch, has quietly released three international versions today, enabling French , German and Italian speaking experts (or people who like to think they are experts) to contribute so-called ‘units of knowledge’ to the site.
The news of Google Knol was heard after a long time.
I hear that Google Knol will open in France, Germany, and Italy.
It is necessary to gather a lot of specialists all over the world, and to make a lot of articles now so that Google Knol may raise earnings.
It seems to take time still.
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On Call: Welcoming the G1 (October 21, 2008 TechCrunch)
The G1’s real appeal lies in its promise of an open-source device that puts control in the hands of users.
Because G1 appeared, the leadership of the mobile phone might shift from the career to user.
More Open, More Hope.
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Google Turns On Text Ads In Google Maps(October 9, 2008 TechCrunch)
With Google’s stock down $100 in the past two weeks, the company all of a sudden isn’t so shy about pulling every advertising lever it can reach. So far this week, we’ve seen new click-to-buy buttons on YouTube (YouTubevertorials), AdSense for Flash games, and now text ads are appearing at the bottom of Google Maps.
I hear that this advertisement can make it jump to the Web site as well as the search advertisement according to the article.
It seems to be interesting if becoming new advertising that uses the map.
In addition, it introduces how much person uses Google Maps and how much page view arose in this article.
According to comScore, 131 million unique visitors worldwide checked out Google Maps in August. They generated 1.3 billion pageviews.
The advertisement might not have been applied to it though a lot of people were using Google Maps.
Two are thought as timing that Google applied the advertisement to Google Maps.
- Because stock prices fell.
- Because Google Map was used by people, and infiltrated well.
What advertising development will Google show in the future?
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Report: Google losing aversion to advertising itself(October 3, 2008 CNET)
It looks like the word-of-mouth promotional ethos that has prevailed at Google for its first 10 years will be getting some new company: Google advertisements.
Why should Google do the branding strategy?
I don’t understand well.
Up to now, Google is corporate that grows up on the assumption that paid search and online ads is more effective than the traditional form of advertisement.
Why Does the Google rely on the advertisement of the branding strategy and the traditional form of advertisement?
It is an act of depreciating the search synchronization advertisement of Google.
Google should turn back to where the roads forked.
Does Google Need To Spend More On Traditional Brand Advertising? (October 3, 2008 TechCrunch)