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Google To Help You Register To Vote

Google announced today a new search feature aimed to help users in the US find information on where to register to vote in their state. Users need to type “register to vote” in the search box and Google will display detailed information on how to register in each US state including requirements and deadlines. Also, Google […]

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Apple Updates Its App Store Search Engine

App store developers have noticed changes in the results when conducting searches using the App store search engine. According to reports last Friday, many developers reported results for direct app searches are more relevant and going more deeper than title or meta keywords. According to a report on TechCrunch, Apple started making behind the scene […]

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Google Tests Hotel Booking

Google has been quietly testing hotel booking feature on their Google.com/hotels site according to the travel news site Tnooz. The company is seeking to have hotel seekers find their hotel and complete their reservation without leaving Google. Today, Google direct users to the hotel website or a 3rd party travel agency. It’s unknown if Google […]

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Using Twitter Cards to Promote Your Brand

Twitter Cards have been around for a while, but with every new update they become more and more powerful for helping us promote our brands. In the beginning, they were merely more eye-catching then your average Tweet. This alone increased clicks, retweets, and favorites. But the new and improved Twitter Cards allow followers to become […]

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Google Expands Local Inventory Ads To More Countries

Google’s product listing ads or local inventory ads are now going to be available in the UK, France, Germany, Japan and Australia. Google Inventory Ads were launched in the U.S last Fall. Local inventory ads help retailers drive foot traffic and sales by showing local product availability, price and store information to shoppers in the area. According […]

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