Google’s Person Finder and Crisis Response pages currently receiving over 10,000 reports on website to help families and friends find their loved ones after New Zealand Earthquake.
Google announced last week that they’re—wait for it—yes, rolling out another new change to their search results pages. Recognizing the power and popularity of this whole social media phenomenon, they’ve decided to further integrate the social experience. Their desired result is more personalized and trusted search results and happier online searchers. (And world domination, I […]
Viper Alley, a live concert venue opening in March 2011 gets a website refresh with a rock and roll look and feel. Stay tuned for more updates on Viper Alley and a new website launching in March!
Oreo came up with a brilliant social media campaign on Feb 15th 2011 to rally up their 16 million plus fans to set the Guinness record for the most Facebook ‘likes’ in a 24-hour period. They succeeded at accomplishing the record, but only to be dethroned by Lil Wayne 4 hours later.
Hitwise today announced the January search engine market share stats. Interestingly enough, Bing’s share went up 21% and Google’s went down 2%. However, even more interesting were these stats: “Bing and Yahoo! Search achieved the highest success rates in January 2011. This means that for both search engines, more than 81%of searches executed resulted in […]
It’s no surprise that this week’s blizzard was perhaps one of the most finely documented accounts of real-time, crowd-sourced local weather reporting to date.
The local, mobile, check in, and collective bargaining movements are starting to merge over at Google. Even though they aren’t always the ones with the first idea, if Google embraces it, you pretty much know it’s going to be big or is at least a hint at where the future is going. So let’s take a look at exactly what’s happening out west in good old Mountain View, California.
The Sun-Times reported a drop in Chicago museum attendance from 2009 to 2010. If local art museum attendance drops even more in 2011, perhaps we can blame Google.