Biggs is the East Coast Editor of TechCrunch. Biggs has written for the New York Times, InSync, USA Weekend, Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, Money and a number of other outlets on technology and wristwatches. He is the former editor-in-chief of Gizmodo.com and lives in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. You can Tweet him here and G+ him here. Email him directly at… → Learn More
Mike Senna, a California-based roboticist, has built a real, working Wall-E that can move around, wave, and call out his own cute name in a rattly, digitized voice. Mike is the guy who built a real, working R2-D2 and his latest project is a real masterpiece of animatronics and robotic motion.
Why Consider Using Baidu?
Baidu is by far the most-used search engine in China and is ranked #5 in the world for traffic according to Alexa. Baidu states that over 90% of China’s Internet users use Baidu search and that there are hundreds of millions of searches performed each day. Research firm iResearch reports that Baidu has 78% of the search market in China, while Google has just 18%.
10:30 – 11:30am: Understanding the Mobile Customer Journey
1. Tell us about your first SES conference experience. When was it and what did you take away from it?
My first time speaking at an SES conference was at SES New York earlier this year, just before we launched LogMyCalls. And honestly, my first impression was that this is a very, very sharp, intelligent and cutting edge crowd. It was invigorating to be with a group of people that are simply trying to optimize their SEM, SEO, and mobile marketing.
GetTaxi Launches New Websites With Account-Free Cab Booking In U.K., Russia, Israel; Adds Business Accounts For SMBs
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Microsoft plans to offer devices based on Perceptive Pixel technology that uses both pen and touch to create what is equivalent to the human as the user interface.
Microsoft General Manager Jeff Han, who sold Perceptive Pixel to Microsoft earlier this year, hinted at the news with a slide in a presentation at this week’s Build conference in Redmond. It said “Devices *are* coming” along with an email contact to get access to the hardware. He did not say when the devices would be available in the market.
The modern website is becoming more about what have you done lately (content marketing, social content, and social signals), than what you did yesterday (backlinks from sites alone).
More to the point, the key consideration is who is doing it (author authority) rather than from where are they doing it (site authority).
Account expansion can be a messy business. No matter your methods, whether it’s adding keywords via Google’s Keyword Tool, utilizing templates, or good old-fashioned Keyword Research, you’ll occasionally run in to scenarios where your new additions to the keyword family act like divas and decide to steal the limelight from your more-established terms.
Drew Olanoff has over 10 years of marketing, PR, customer service and support, relationship building and management, product management, and technical support experience in multiple verticals. Online, including mobile. He prides himself on being a connector. Connecting people, stories, information. He has worked under some amazingly talented and gifted PR pros while working for startups as a “Director of Community”,… → Learn More
Google humor is something we all understand. I know we have posted on Google humor before, but Google humor will never end. I thought I might share some more funny items we have found recently on this little thing called “Google”.
This video is exactly one year old today, but pretty funny.
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