Essential Google+ Marketing Resource: A Complete Guide

Essential Google+ Marketing Resource: A Complete Guide | eklectic.in
Do you want to learn how to market yourself and your business on Google+?

Are you looking for a resource to guide your Google+ marketing efforts?

Whether you’re marketing on Google+ as an individual or as a brand, these expert articles will help you manage your presence, promote contests and use Google +Post Ads, and more.

Each of these articles will help you understand and master a specific part of marketing on Google+.

Source: Essential Google+ Marketing Resource: A Complete Guide | Social Media Examiner




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31 countries Google Maps won’t draw borders around

31 countries Google Maps won’t draw borders around | eklectica.in
Google may be standing up to government surveillance, but on Google Maps it shies away from conflict.

Google Maps is customized in many ways to better serve people based on their location, and adhere to local laws, regulations, and preferences according to Google.

India is especially sensitive about the representation of its borders. In December 2005 and later in November 2013, the country admonished Google for showing Pakistan-occupied Kashmir as part of Pakistan in various Google products. Google’s software responds to a search for “India” only by centering the map on the sub-continent and adjusting the zoom level to fit the nation on screen.

Source: Here are the 31 countries Google Maps won’t draw borders around – Quartz




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Apple vs. Google – BusinessWeek

On Jan. 5, Google did a very Apple-like thing. In a presentation at the Googleplex in Mountain View, Calif., the 11-year-old search behemoth unveiled Nexus One, a stylish touchscreen smartphone that runs on the company’s Android operating system, is sold through a Google-operated retail Web site, and greets the market with an advertising tagline (“Web meets phone”) as simple and optimistic as the one Apple used in 2007 to introduce its iPhone (“The Internet in your pocket”).

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The Rapid Evolution of Search | Brian Solis

Over the past several weeks, leaders in the search industry launched an aggressive, very public series of campaigns designed to capture the elusive future of search mind and market share.
The accelerated evolution of “real-time” search, introduced to us mostly through the adoption of Summize, which was eventually acquired to now serve as Twitter search, inspired both Google and Bing to release new iterations of its search engine to now include live Twitter results. Bing also announced a deal with Facebook to include status updates and shared content that were intentionally earmarked for public consumption – although this is expected to go into effect at a later date. Each announcement was strategically timed to release during the prestigious Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco while the technology world focused on tomorrow’s trends discussed during the show. With the great deal of attention thrust upon these two industry giants, Yahoo is now rumored to also have a real-time strategy in the works. Unlike Bing and Google however, Yahoo is potentially seeking to either partner with or acquire a current real-time search player.
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