As of today, searching for a hashtag on Google produces a stream of highlighted results to the right of traditional search listings. For now, those hashtag search results are derived from Google+ content; another string tying Google’s search and social efforts closer together.
Hashtag Search Results
The highlighted post results are those that are either shared with the searcher personally, or set as “public” by the person who posted the content. Clicking on a link takes you to a full set of […]
Online marketers and website owners know how important cookies are to successful online advertising campaigns. So what if they went away?
Google is developing what might be a cookie killer – an anonymous identifier, called AdID, for advertisers to track people’s Internet browsing activity. This is big news, since Google accounts for a third of the $120 billion of worldwide online […]
Perhaps you know someone who is a rock star at their job. Maybe you work with a person who goes the extra mile for a local non-profit or makes our community a better place to live. If you do, and this person happens to be under the age of 40, it’s time to nominate them for a 20under40 award!
Winners will […]
Remember not long ago when you had a cool idea for a contest on your company’s Facebook page? You planned it out and jumped online to post it, only to find that unless you used a third-party application you were in violation of Facebook’s contest rules.
Well, those days are gone! Facebook recently lifted the app requirement on contests and now, any page owner may now conduct them on their Page Timeline.
Last Thursday, we celebrated our inclusion in Oregon Business Magazine’s 100 Best Green Companies to Work For in Oregon (we came in at #72 by the way!).
Teaming up with fellow hosts (and Oregon Business Magazine winners) GreenLane Sustainable Business Network, King Estate Winery, Ninkasi Brewing, Isler CPA and Mountain Rose Herbs, party-goers enjoyed the waterfront views at Lewis and Clark Catering Company.
On Aug. 3, we helped coordinate an opening celebration for Oregon Department of Transportation’s nearly complete northbound Whilamut Passage Bridge, which carries Interstate 5 over the Willamette River. Hundreds of community members attended, creating a long line for the walking tour and a standing-room-only crowd listening to speeches by state officials and project volunteers.
Kidical Mass Eugene organized […]
Google’s head of search spam, Matt Cutts, recently declared that Google’s +1 data has no direct impact on its search ranking algorithm. Does this mean that all the social media work you’ve done isn’t helping your SEO after all? In short, no.
Recess doesn’t have to be just for kids. Adding some playtime to your lunch break could enhance workplace collaboration and creativity.
In “Five Ways that Games are More than Just Fun,” a game designer makes five points about playing games: