Only public content that is presently available on Google+ is being included.Private posts and any previously deleted content will not be saved.Full post comments may not be archived. Google+ allows up to 500 comments per post, but only presents a subset of these as static HTML.Image and video content may not be preserved at full resolution. This will apply mostly to high-def image and video content.Content archival is subject to the rate at which the project can proceed and any limitations imposed outside its control.Internet Archive also lists a few things that people with technical skills can do to help if they wish to contribute on a volunteer basis. … [Read more...] about Google+ Public Posts to be Preserved by the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine
Tracking the rise of voice-specific queries such as “call mom”, “call dad” and “navigate home” are an unexpected but surprisingly accurate way to map the growth of voice search and voice commands. As an aside, anyone can track this data for themselves by entering the same terms into Google Trends. It’s interesting to think what the signature voice commands might be for tracking the use of smart home hubs like Amazon Echo in a few years’ time. … [Read more...] about What does Meeker’s Internet Trends report tell us about voice search?
Last week, Mary Meeker of Kleiner Perkins and a well-known industry analyst gave her annual internet trends report. Her presentation was almost 30 minutes long, during which she covered a whopping total of 213 slides. Which means there was a ton of really great information. For your viewing pleasure, I have boiled it down to what I believe are the top six takeaways marketers should pay attention to. … [Read more...] about Mary Meeker’s 2016 Internet Trends Report
In the last 15 years, internet users have gone from millions to billions. Once, we all used telephone books, word of mouth, and driving by a business as our main method for finding the products or services that we were looking for. Now, the majority of consumers are using the internet exclusively for search. This means businesses and brands not managing their online digital presence are losing out to their competitors. … [Read more...] about The Internet Trends 2015 Report by KPCB
The survey first asked 19,539 consumers when they last hired a lawyer, then narrowed it down a group of 1,578 consumers who had hired a lawyer in the last year. This group was asked an open-ended question, rather than one with a pre-selected list of answers: “How did you find the lawyer you hired?” … [Read more...] about Internet Searches Gaining Traction In Legal Referrals