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Most of these logos, created by gamer Steve Napierski, are remixed in a way that you would immediately recognize the real brand behind it, others might take a second look. I didn’t get Belmont = Dupont and Tonberry = Burberry at first, but might vary according to your exposure to those brands each and every… Continue reading Logo Remix: Subzero, Moogle, Shell…Ring A Bell?
Yesterday Google announced a major(!) upgrade to its search ranking algorithm which will drastically change the way designers and more importantly online marketeers will think about their website layouts. In Google’s ongoing effort to help users find more high-quality websites in search results, the company will introduce an improved algorithm. From then on Google will… Continue reading Google Now Analyzes Ad Placements – Improves Search Ranking Algorithm
Hootsuite, the social media management dashboard, released an infographic showing the top 15 trending brands on twitter from 2011. To round out the trendiest topics they also included Topics, Tags and in Memorium Trends. Interesting to note MySpace is still at #7 even though the network is pretty much dead (Nielsen ranks them at #5… Continue reading Top 15 Brands On Twitter 2011
Google’s got a creative and tricky search result once again. After “tilt” or “do a barrel roll” it’s now “let it snow”. People who aren’t celebrating christmas can type in “hannukah”. Google started with those tricks some time ago but since new web technologies emerged and still continue to do so they not only pimp… Continue reading Let It Snow, Google
Matt Cutts from Google has been asked if Google would favor sites that are built following SEO Best Practice techniques, and, that there must be many technically poor sites that actually have fantastic content which shouldn’t be penalised. His answer:
There is an interesting discussion and outcome at Quora: users were asked what they find the best pivots in business. Did you know that Berkshire Hathaway produced Textiles before getting into the private equity business? Or Sony producing Rice cookers before conquering and (at least partially) losing the electronics world? Check out the answers and… Continue reading Best Pivots in Business: Did you know Berkshire Hathaway was into Textiles?
Great Google Analytics commercial: Shopping online is meant to be easy. Find out where your customers are “checking out” with Google Analytics.
For the first time ever Google showed an advertisement during the Super Bowl. As guessed correctly by John Battelle it was “Parisian Love”, a cute story around a guy searching for topics around Paris. I like it. What do you think?