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Boot up: Google's paid links, questions on Windows 8, Apple's unsocial network and more

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Plus another patent infographic, why a Facebook phone makes sense, Mark Meeker's 2012 observations, HTC gets past US Customs, and moreA quick burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamOnce deemed evil, Google now embraces "paid inclusion" >> Marketing LandHaving previously declared paid...
Boot up: Google's paid links, questions on Windows 8, Apple's unsocial network and more

Google Experimenting With “Promoted Hotels” Ads on Hotel Finder

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Google is testing a new ad format on its Hotel Finder product that lets marketers bid to appear at the top of search results. Promoted Hotels ads are ranked based on a combination of bid and quality score, and are sold on a CPC basis. News of the experiment was...
Google Experimenting With “Promoted Hotels” Ads on Hotel Finder

If Google cozies up to paid search listings, will semantic search suffer?

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Google once led us to believe that paying for search inclusion was a bad thing. Times have changed though, and that could have far reaching implications.As reported by Marketing Land’s Danny Sullivan, Google has begun to accept payments for inclusion in some of its newest search products. The search giant...
If Google cozies up to paid search listings, will semantic search suffer?

Google Is Blurring The Lines Between Ads And Search Results

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Google has steadily been moving away from the "don't be evil" principles it laid out in its 2004 IPO filing, and now another one is about to bite the dust: paid inclusion. Paid inclusion was how a lot of search engines worked before Google came on the scene. Companies would...
Google Is Blurring The Lines Between Ads And Search Results

A little help from Google on your New Year's resolutions

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The new year has arrived, and with it all the resolutions that we hope to tackle in 2013. But resolutions can be hard to keep. And since eating better, taking control of personal finances, travelling more and learning something new regularly top the list of New Year’s resolutions, we've pulled...
A little help from Google on your New Year's resolutions

A Google guide to summer vacation

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In the northern hemisphere, summer is just around the corner and U.S. National Travel & Tourism Week, recognized every year in May, officially marks the start of the biggest travel season of the year in the United States. Here are a few quick tips from us to make planning, traveling...
A Google guide to summer vacation
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