Newsletter: Facebook Tops Google and Local Results Changed!

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Marketing Fail of the Week Courtesy of Facebook Friend A good reason not to litter?? Facebook now TOPS Google by Laura CNN is now reporting that Facebook traffic had passed Google and in a hurry! My friend Ryan Deiss predicted this in January and man was he ever right. Now, Ryan has massed the largest panel of Facebook experts alive …

More Bloggers Becoming Self-Employed [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Is blogging still hot? Sure is. In today’s age of user-generated content, we no longer need to rely on media for information. Anyone with internet access has the opportunity to create their own blog, publish their thoughts to communicate to the rest of the world, establish themselves as a thought leader in their field, and possibly […] Related posts: 3 …

Top 10 Rising Google Searches in Singapore 2010

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Google has released this year’s Singapore search trend results. It became obvious that most Singaporeans are Apple fans when both the iPad and iPhone are on the top ten rising search list. But Microsoft still managed to clinch top spot on the rising search list with xinmsn. Xinmsn is an online entertainment portal through joint effort […] Related posts: Search …

The Internet Search Engine War Goes On

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Today, Bloomberg reported that Ask.com has conceded its search business to its competitors. That means 130 engineers could go out of job (and we’re going to miss their work). It’s expensive to crawl and index the web and currently no one does it better than Google and Bing. Both companies apparently have the financial muscles and […] Related posts: China …

Multi-Touch Musical “LinnStrument” Demoed on YouTube [VIDEO]

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Inventor Roger Linn is famous for creating the drum machine as we know it today, so there’s good reason to be excited about his latest creation; it has just been revealed. It’s a multi-touch surface not all that dissimilar to an iPad. Take a look at the video here to see for yourself. The instrument — which Linn calls the …