Microsoft “Research” Discovers The Obvious In Renewed Anti-Trust Attack On Google
Did you know that the higher a site is listed in search results, the more traffic that site is likely to receive? If you’re a search marketer, or anyone with a dose of common sense, you do. But Microsoft had research conducted to yet again prove this point, in an attempt to influence the ongoing EU antitrust review against Google.
Read more about how this research is more of a not-so-hidden attack against Google here.
Whoever leaked that memo did Yahoo a huge favor. The media was covering the insensitive “let them eat cake Mommy-ing” and the role of telecommuting in the workplace instead of just how bad things are at Yahoo. Like I said, pure genius.
Andy Rubin, who has lead Google’s Android operating system efforts, will now be replaced by Sundar Pichai. Google says the move today will leave Rubin time to work on a “new chapter” at Google. More…
The folks at WordStream have put together an excellent infographic covering 20 different ways that Google has a mobile presence. Even if you might not agree with WordStream’s assessment of how effective particular areas are, it’s a great guide for navigating the mobile world of Google. See the full infographic here.