Google’s Future Focus on Renewable Energy

These days, we see more and more big companies making an effort to use less energy or turn to renewable energy for their operations. Tech giant Google is no different, and in this article by David Nield, he shares Google’s plans to rely completely on renewable energy by 2017.

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20 Questions Asked During a Google Interview

Google has become known as one of the best places to work in the country, and for some, the dream of being a Googler will become a reality. However, they’ll have to answer some difficult questions during the interview process. Here are 20 questions from various job positions.

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A Search Engine Better Than Google?

These days, when it comes to researching, you probably only turn to one search engine for answers: Google. You won’t find too many people who prefer Bing or Yahoo, and it’s mainly because Google has everything to offer its users… or does it?

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4 Trends on the Rise in the World of Search

The world of search is perhaps one of the most important worlds to marketers. It filters their audiences down to help them determine exactly what they want. And when you know what your customer wants, you can give it to them. Search is constantly evolving, and at our digital marketing firm, we believe there are a few trends that are on the rise.

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Google Wants to Change the Way You Shop

Have you ever searched for a product and wondered “Why can’t I just buy this right here on Google?” Well, that’s all about to change. In the next few weeks, Google will be rolling out a “Buy” button that allows users to order items directly through the ads on their Google search results.

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We’re Ahead of the Mobile Curve

We have good news for mobile-friendly websites – especially websites that have been designed by the responsive web design experts at Prager: Beginning April 21st of this year, Google will be improving the indexing and ranking of websites that are mobile-friendly.

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A Battle Between Google and Uber?

Ever since 2010, the word “uber” has been transformed from a simple term meaning “supreme” or “extraordinary” to one of the fastest growing international car transportation services in the world. To get to the top, the company has been boldly setting fares lower than competitors’ and has been offering decent wages to its drivers.

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Google Has a European Rival…

Since the dawn of the Internet, there have been dozens of search engines (Bing, Yahoo, Ask Jeeves, etc.) that have tried to win over the loyalty of web surfers. Google was launched in the late 1990s and rose to the top of the search engine pile. Today, it performs around 3.5 billion search queries every day – and has a European rival that wants to beat it.

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