We have six of these bad boys to give away. First come, first served, Calgary residents only.
Starting up a new Google AdWords pay-per-click campaign? Here, have $100 of free money to seed it:
- UMKK-9XM6-KJTN-YRC3-ZY (taken!)
- 4M74-SN9N-LNTJ-TDWD-33P2 (taken!)
Looks like both codes have been used up. Sorry, folks, but congrats to those of you who snagged 'em!
Google today unveiled a new look for both its search results and its logo. Search tools now appear on the left of search results pages, and the overall visual look and feel throughout the search engine has been updated.
What exactly is new?
Google has added contextually relevant, left-hand navigation. It highlights some relevant search tools and allows for refinements of your search. Google has launched several services over the past few years that are powering this new navigation: Universal Search, Search Options panel and Google Squared.
Imagine if your website disappeared. Gone; completely and utterly. All your web pages, images, and files disappeared, and your database vanished. Would you be able to recover it? Where's your most recent backup? If you have one, how current is it?
Picture this scenario for a moment. Take a deep breath. Now read on.
We're all familiar with (well, maybe not all of us) URL shortening services like bit.ly and tinyurl.com. These tools are typically used within micro-blogging services like Twitter where keystrokes are at a premium. It's a bit of a single-task service that is destined to die a quick death in the very near future, but that's another post...
Leave it to the cynical anarchists on the Internet to reinvent this service.
Content-Aware: A new feature that will be part of the upcoming Adobe Photoshop CS5.
A new article from Wired.com highlights the potential repurcussions of Apple's latest move to remove certain apps from its highly popular App Store. Specifically, apps related to sex or "cookie-cutter" duplication were removed. It begs the question; are we on the path to higher quality or censorship?
What do you do when you purchase a new foosball table? Why, discard the old one, of course.
Another great client session took place on Tuesday, December 15, 2009. This time the focus was on Website Reporting. More specifically, we discussed ways in which website analytics can be used to make better day-to-day business decisions. Here's the deck from the event: