When we gave Marketing Pilgrim a botox shot, we mentioned that we knew some other blogs where preparing for major facelifts.
Lee Odden’s excellent Online marketing Blog, has a fantastic new look.
There’s been talk recently that Google’s stock has been off it’s all time high and down this year.
TheStreet.com counters that investment funds are still big fans for Google.
During the second quarter, institutional shareholders bought 12 million more shares of Google than they sold, according to data from InsiderScore compiled from SEC filings.
Considering they’re betting millions of dollars on Google – whereas as most retail investors spend just a few thousand – I would imagine they’ve done their research.
Where does Google go to find it’s talent? It boldy goes, where no man has gone before! [groan]
Actually, Google did set-up a booth at a Las Vegas Star Trek convention, figuring that it could find the next Scottie.
Google deemed the convention a prime place to search for talent because the fans tend to be tech-savvy, passionate, and in tune with the show’s theme of expanding the boundaries of human accomplishment, according to Google Earth chief technologist Michael Jones.
Google’s booth even looked like the bridge of the Enterprise and staff dressed like Trekkies!
Writely offers an easy way to share word documents and make changes in an online environment. I’ve had mixed experiences with it – sometimes it doesn’t save changes made by others – but overall it’s a neat tool.
It seems like “Top XX Lists” are hot content right now, so I thought I’d join in. In true David Letterman style, I’ve put together my list of The Top 10 Ways to Bring Traffic to Your Blog…Not.
Just how valuable is Google’s clean homepage design? It’s so valuable that the company rarely tweaks it, but when they recently added a link to Google Video, the service saw a huge increase in its video streaming market share.
Here’s the Hitwise chart, with more details at the Hitwise blog.
Hat-tip to Nathan.
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