• How Google Helps Decide What Type Of Food To Eat
    A new Google Maps feature now tells users the most popular food dishes in the area based on photos people uploaded and restaurant reviews of what they like to eat. The feature uses machine learning, the company announced Friday.
  • Google Not Top Consideration In AI-Driven B2B Media-Buying Plans
    Marketing plans that include AI to optimize media buying and bidding continue to grow in importance, with a greater number of business-to-business marketers using AI technology to improve the results of campaigns across most channels.
  • Delete Remains Consistent Search Word On Google Trends
    Amazon released the Echo Show 5 Wednesday with several new privacy-focused features and said people will soon have the ability to tell Alexa to "delete everything I said today" to clear the search queries or requests for the day.
  • Facebook, Google Lose Share Of Time Spent On-Site As Bing Sees Increase
    More time spent and more searches mean that users are likely to see more ads -- but may also indicate inferior search algorithms.
  • Patent Reveals Amazon's Efforts To Understand The Language Consumers Use With Alexa
    A patent application made public Thursday offers insight into Amazon's efforts to better understand the language consumers use with Alexa, its voice assistant technology.
  • Elite SEM's Next Act As Tinuiti
    Performance and data-driven digital marketing agency Elite SEM recently rebranded to Tinuiti. CEO Zach Morrison says the move is the result of 40% organic growth and several key acquisitions last year, including social marketing agency OrionCKB, CRM, email marketing and creative agency Email Aptitude, and Amazon-focused ecommerce agency CPC Strategy.
  • Google Introduces A New Look For Mobile Search
    The changes will help guide users through the information in mobile search results and give publishers a way for their content to stand out.
  • Rethinking Marketing: The AgeLab Dichotomy
    The AgeLab is an innovation center designed to explore and alleviate challenges associated with aging and to encourage and incubate new technologies and products for aging people.
  • Are Brands Exiting An Era Of Search?
    Search might be becoming an "old-school" marketing and advertising media, according to data from Borrell Associates.
  • Google Has A List Of Everything Purchased When Merchants Email You The Receipt
    Google has a list of everything I purchased online and offline dating back to who knows when, along with the estimated fulfillment date. The list also includes canceled orders and is based on the digital receipts that arrive in my Gmail account to help me keep track of purchases.
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