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It’s tough to find good apps that aren’t “mainstream” in the Android Market these days. If this situation describes how you often feel when looking for apps, then you need to checkout AppBrain, a Website for “discovering Android apps.” Below is a snippet directly from their Website.
AppBrain is a website for discovering Android apps. In addition to providing search and browse functionality, users of Android phones can download the apps they chose by simply clicking an install button […]
The US Small Business Administration (SBA) and Google have teamed up to provide resources and tools that “help small businesses learn how to succeed online.” Below is a sample video description of the features directly from Google. Be sure to checkout this new resource today at http://www.google.com/help/places/partners/sba/index.html! (via Google)
Establish an online presence: As more and more people get online to find information and local searches grow, an online presence is increasingly important for a small business. For […]
Google launched a new feature in AdWords dubbed “Enhanced CPC”, which uses an advertiser’s historical campaign conversion tracking data to automatically adjust the max CPC based on the probability that the ad / campaign will convert. According to Google, this should result in “more conversions while maintaining or reducing your overall CPA and hopefully spend less time managing your max CPC bids.”
Enhanced CPC has the unique ability to consider a number of factors when predicting the likelihood of a conversion. […]
Google launched a new search history feature (in the US) yesterday, enabling users to “quickly get back to sites you’ve been to and see items you have starred from your Android, iPhone, or desktop searches.” To use this new feature, you first have to sign in and enable search history in your account (settings -> save searches (under search history) -> save).
The history is a list of all searches you’ve performed while you were signed-in, regardless of the […]