Happy Mother's Day to everyone out there, since my Mom does not read my blog because she has no clue about domaining I will have to show her this at dinner today. A special Happy Mother's Day to my sister who just had a baby on Tuesday.
I hope everyone out there has a relaxing day and gets to share a meal or gets to share memories with the one person that really defines us all.
100Webhosting.com put together this infographic that takes a look at the history of domain names. Nice little piece for helping to educate those new to the business or for students that are writing about the domain space in high school or college.
FranchiseGator.com put together this cool infographic on Google and what is really neat is the design elements of the infographic. Make sure to click on the graphic, where they actually allow you to mouse over for things such as the source of each data point. Designers will find this graphic cool imo.
WordStream put together this infographic on Google and their mobile strategy. The whole article is worth reading so check it out here
The mobile search market is experiencing out-of-control growth.
Mobile searches have increased 200% year over year in 2012, and it’s
predicted that within the next year, mobile will become the primary way
people access Google’s services. But despite early reports, Google isn’t
doomed from a sudden shift to mobile.
Far from it – the opposite in fact! Google has managed to transform itself into a “mobile first” company. Currently, the majority of Google’s $8B run-rate mobile revenue
derives from advertising (excluding Motorola). That’s why the company
is totally restructuring the way its pay-per-click advertising platform,
AdWords, works – Google wants more businesses advertising on mobile, so
it’s making mobile PPC radically simpler with the introduction of enhanced campaigns, as well as new mobile conversion types, offer extensions and a mobile app ad type, all specifically created to address mobile-centric use cases.