Monthly Archives: September 2013

Google buys bump app for sharing photos and files

Google has acquired Bump, a smartphone app company whose service allows users to transfer files between handsets by tapping them together.

Terms of acquisition weren’t disclosed, so it’s hard to tell exactly how strong of an exit this was for Bump and its investors. The acquisition occurred just after Apple announced a wireless file-sharing tool, Air-Drop, as part of the new iPhone software, and Bump’s technology could interest the Android team.

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Google webmaster tools-Link report now with more diverse data

Google announced they have improved the linkage data from Google webmaster tools “Links to your site” export option for “Download sample links”.

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Earlier, the download sample links report downloaded a sampling of links in alphabetical order and stopped after a maximum of 100,001 links, it wasn’t that useful to users when they could get so many results from a single domain and there was no way to sort them.

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What’s new in Bing Ads?

If you’re running an Online marketing Campaign or about to embark a marketing campaign, one concept you cannot afford to skimp on is Search Engine Optimization. Advertising is a very important part of running any type of business. You need to advertise to reach new customers and market your products or services.

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Advertiser using the Yahoo! Bing Ad network received a number of updates in April, including new search and filter options, search queries reports that include stop words and special characters and updated ad appeal rules with new appeal status designations to avoid confusion on whether or not an appealed ad is active.

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