When Eric Schmidt stepped down as CEO of Google, and Larry Page took over that role, Co-Founder Sergey Brin’s position of the company was redefined as well, and we were told that he would be in charge of “special projects” at Google. A New York Times article published in November of last year told us about Google’s Lab of Wildest Dreams or a “top-secret lab in an undisclosed Bay Area location where robots run free,” referred to as Google X. This is the home of Google’s Driverless cars. It’s a place where “shoot for the stars” type technology is being explored. … [Read more...] about Is Google Aiming at Building Faster Networks and Data Transmissions?
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The world is changing so fast, with technology, consumer behaviors, and the trends – all of them are changing so fast. It’s easier to get caught up in distractions and shiny objects, and trying to find the signal from the noise. I think that there’s a lot of businesses that are trying to make sense of that today and this book can help. What I’m saying in there is not mutually exclusive of technical knowledge — not at all. It’s in concert with technical knowledge. These things work together. That’s why even tactically bringing search, social, and content together as common disciplines all around being customer-centric ends up being a multiplier, versus being when you try to do these things on their own (in silos) and without asking the “why” and the “who.” … [Read more...] about Optimize This! 10 Q&As on Customer-Centric Marketing with Lee Odden
Seven Mobile SEO Myths Exposed Not too long ago, the article Mobile SEO is a Myth got a lot of people fired up about the foolish notion that mobile SEO is a construct developed by salesmen to sell more SEO services. I responded in the comments to the author’s points, and have addressed this point in multiple articles over the years, so […] … [Read more...] about The Day In Search, December 12, 2011