Enhanced campaigns improvements for Google+ and mobile apps now include–social annotations, ads in apps. Dynamics of AdSense ad auction explained. Display remarketing from search ads in DoubleClick out of beta. Campus London 1st anniversary.
Google is inviting K-12 students around the United States for the 6th annual U.S. Doodle 4 Google competition. The winning artist will win a $30k college scholarship, and $50k technology grant for school. Also, Google pledges $2.65M to the Energy Foundation to support policy reforms for more intelligent energy use. And, the Ad Blitz Pre-Game, a YouTube channel curated playoff coverage and predictions for the Big Game launches.
Google’s has earlier recommendations for building “responsive web design,” in a blog entry today, the company has posted some tips for building mobile-optimized websites that serve smartphone and tablet users well.
To commemorate the 46th anniversary, the iconic sci-fi TV series “Star Trek”, Google created an interactive doodle live on Google’s home page. The “Star Trek” TV series was first aired September 8, 1966 (“The Man Trap”) .
A Google+ post explains “a team of outstanding designers and engineers, and …
Google marks the Fourth of July, with a special doodle made up using “red, white and blue” colors of Americas’ national falg with the words made up of using one of the United States’ most famous folk songs by Woody Guthrie – “This Land Was Made for Your And Me.”
First, Google is celebrating the 166th birthday of Peter Carl Fabergé.
“Peter Carl Fabergé also known as “Karl Gustavovich Fabergé” (Russian: Карл Густавович Фаберже, May 30 [O.S. May 18] 1846 – September 24, 1920) was a Russian jeweller, best known for the famous Fabergé eggs, made in the style …
Happy Mother’s Day! Google celebrating the special day dedicated to mother’s around the world with a special animated doodle. When you visit Google homepage today, you are greeted by the second “g” in Google as the mother, with the two smallcase o’s as her children.
The latest animated Google Doodle honors engineer Gideon Sundback’s 132nd birthday. Today, when you visit Google.com (or other Google.TLDs) on April 24th, you will see a huge zipper down the middle of the Google of the logo — giving an impression as if Google’s letter stitched.