Google has come up with a more functional and flexible version of Google+. The company also shared that more than 170 million people have upgraded to Google+. In a posting on the company’s official blog, Google senior vice president Vic Gundotra emphasised that the focus is on building a seamless social experience, all across Google.
Entries Tagged as 'Google'
April 19th, 2012
April 18th, 2012
Digital marketing is all about results. Unlike offline marketing, in the online and mobile space we can track and analyze ROIs from our online marketing campaign results quickly and accurately over the Internet. There is no medium that allows tracking like the Internet does, yet in hospitality, we didn’t adopt these tracking technologies at first introduction. Instead, we relied on cheap or free analytical tools to provide us with important information used to make major decisions. As a result, we are often basing integral marketing decisions on inferior information.
April 11th, 2012
TripAdvisor appears to be trying to cut its reliance on Google for search engine referrals. Perhaps ironically — but out of necessity — TripAdvisor is a heavy advertiser with Google’s leading search service.
April 5th, 2012
Many have already dismissed Google+ as a failed venture, but it would be premature to write off the network as a social experiment gone awry. Just as Gmail was key to Google’s enterprise play, Google+ is fast becoming the enterprise social networking tool of choice for savvy office workers.
March 23rd, 2012
Google Inc. is giving its tried-and-true Web-search formula a makeover as it tries to fix the shortcomings of today’s technology and maintain its dominant market share. Over the next few months, Google’s search engine will begin spitting out more than a list of blue Web links. It will also present more facts and direct answers to queries at the top of the search-results page.
March 22nd, 2012
Room Key, an innovative new hotel search engine owned by six of the world’s leading hotel companies, announced today that it has expanded its presence outside of the United States by launching its first international websites in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
March 14th, 2012
The rumour is not exactly new. Talk of such a monumentally huge deal has dripped into conversations on countless occasions over many years, but it is certainly doing the rounds again – and with some intensity. In the halls of ITB Berlin last week there were a number of occasions again where the likelihood of deal being brokered was discussed and, of course, what it could mean for the industry.
February 23rd, 2012
Google is the biggest source of traffic for most travel companies and considering the way Google’s offerings are evolving, marketers need to be flexible and creative.
February 2nd, 2012
What’s the Issue?
Google recently rolled out “Search Plus Your World,” a layout that includes social recommendations made by users in your Google+ circles. When logged into your Google account, not only do you see results with recommendations…:…if there is enough interest, there is a separate sidebar dedicated to relevant Google+ pages:
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