The Complete Social Media Sizing Cheat Sheet

Great guide to visualize the sizes as they appear on popular social networks.

20 Reasons to Switch to Google+

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From the comments — one reason not to use it — None of your friends are using it. If you just want to network with random strangers or create new connections then go, switch to Google+. I like the features and it’s not hard to make new friends in Google+ anyway.

The Power And Growth of Mobile Marketing

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Look at the projected mobile advertising market size. On 2015, it is projected to be $5.04 billion market.

Apple Is Now Worth More Than Google And Microsoft Combined

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This is insanely good for Apple. However, no one knows what’s up next.

How Does Google AdWords Work?

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The actual CPC paid for a click differs from the max. CPC. Basically it’s calculated by the AdRank from the advertiser in the lower position divided by the quality score.

Google versus Facebook on Privacy and Security

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Will you choose Google or Facebook and hand them all your data?

Android Orphans: Visualizing a Sad History of Support

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This is the sad reality about Android fragmentation. Because of different versions and customization of different mobile phone vendors, the support an updates aren’t that good. Of course you can always root your phone and upgrade but that is a hassle for non-power users.

What does it take to get a job at Google

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Google is more focused on hiring for talent rather than focusing on specific skill sets.

Angry Birds Supports Google Chrome

Chrome has amazing frame rate capabilities.

Are you angry Peter?

You look angry.

Google-Motorola: Winners and Losers

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Here is the summary…

Winner:
Apple
Motorola and CEO Sanjay Jha
Carl Icahn
Analyst Ben Bajarin
Nokia (people think MS will buy it)
RIM (short term only; stock popped)

Mixed:
Google
Microsoft

Losers:
FTC employees
HTC, Samsung, other Android partners