Look out, GoDaddy. Google is building a domain registration service aimed at helping small businesses develop or imprve their web presence.
Google Domains is still in a beta invite-only phase, but once it officially launches, businesses will be able to find and buy the domain they desire including ones with popular suffixes like ".com," ".org" and new ones that will become available in the near future.
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Close your eyes and picture McDonald's famous golden arches. Now, imagine if they had been gray. Would the burger chain be the international success it is today?
The color of some logos is more powerful than the logos themselves -- think the red of Coca-Cola or the pink of Barbie or the rainbow colors of Google. read more : http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/232401
Time is money, especially if you are launching a business. As you kick off the new year, let go of old habits and focus on becoming more efficient.
From figuring out the perfect sleep temperature to dumping the clutter from your desk and learning how to let go of "perfect," streamlining everyday tasks can lead to a more productive lifestyle, according to San Francisco-based startup organization Funders and Founders.
Read more: http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/230606#ixzz2pkbLfiwz
f you’re one of the 614,000 Facebook members who appeared in a site ad without permission, you may have some cash coming your way.
Facebook was granted final approval on Monday for a $20 million settlement stemming from a 2011 lawsuit involving “Sponsored Stories” ads
In a world where Google promotes its browser on YouTube, in cinema pre-rolls and on billboards, the clear audience is not developers. It’s the mass market — the users, the overwhelming majority. They don’t know it works like this. They don’t expect it to be this easy to see their passwords. Every day, millions of normal, everyday users save their passwords in Chrome.
Luckily for those who work in marketing, companies are now considering remote employees more than ever, giving marketers an opportunity to work from a coffee shop, at home or anywhere that's going to allow them to be more productive.
In fact, there are a number of opportunities out there for work-from-homers — specifically in the digital marketing world and with tech companies that are increasingly advocating for virtual work environments. So, if you’ve ever thought about taking your marketing career out of the office, take a look at these types of positions.
1. Product Marketing ManagerIf you love both tech and marketing, check out Product Marketing Manager roles, where you’ll manage new product releases and the internal communications, messaging and positioning that surround them.
... estimated only 13% of the screen actually showed organic search results. The focus was on the initial top of the screen that displays without scrolling, which is sometimes called "above the fold" in design. Harris wrote that the rest of his 13-inch MacBook Air screen was taken up by Google products: 29% was Adwords, 14% was the navigation bar and 7% was a Google Map with local results ...
You either love it or you hate it. Or you hate it. Or you really hate it.
Really, Facebook’s not all that bad, but you have to learn to take it (or your “friends” who are on it) with a grain of salt.
Yeah, you might think it’s one big time-waster—and it can definitely be that—but you can actually learn a lot of life lessons from Facebook.
It’s true. For example, did you know that Facebook can teach a lot of great lessons about handling money?
Don’t believe us? See if this makes you change your mind.
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