$150k for Google Analytics?

By: Adam Heitzman

Sep 30 - Earlier today, Google launched a premium version of Google Analytics that is supposed to be able to handle higher volumes of traffic and provides 24/7 support. The cost for this service depends on the region you are in: $150,000 USD (US), $150,000...

  • By: K. Sloan

    Mark Zuckerberg’s Brilliance

    Sep 29 - A billboard in Dalton, Ga. is painted in “Facebook” blue and displays the Facebook logo. But if you look closely, the billboard is not advertising the popular social networking site. It’s a billboard purchased by company asking people to “fin...

  • By: K. Sloan

    What is a Great User Experience?

    Sep 28 - If you are having problems getting users to stay on your site and if your Google ranking is not what you want it to be, there a simple reason—your users are not having a “great experience” on your site. Not only is a great user experience impor...

  • By: K. Sloan

    Google Turns 13

    Sep 27 - If you have used Google’s search engine today, (and the majority of searches are) you may have noticed the birthday cake. It’s not for someone else, but for the search engine itself, which celebrates today as its official birthday. Google has out...

  • By: K. Sloan

    Fact or Fiction to Facebook Rumors

    Sep 26 - Since Facebook announced its changes last week, the site has been ablaze with rumors. This is not the first time that Facebook has been the target of hoaxes and scams. Here’s a way to separate fact from fiction with Facebook and some of the other p...

  • By: K. Sloan

    Top Technology News You Might Have Missed

    Sep 24 - With all of the attention given to Facebook and its changes this week, many technology stories were just blips on the radar. Here’s a weekend look at some of the stories you may have missed while you were trying to figure out how to navigate the ch...

  • By: K. Sloan

    Facebook changes are here—what do you think?

    Sep 23 - The much anticipated changes to Facebook where introduced on Thursday amid a lot of complaining from users about a few of the changes. The changes unveiled at the f8 Developers Conference included: Timeline. This seems to be the least controversi...

  • By: K. Sloan

    Google Stealing Facebook’s Thunder?

    Sep 21 - With Facebook announcing some major changes for its 750 million users at the f8 Developers Conference in San Francisco, Google is not sitting idly by this week. On Tuesday, Vic Gundotra, Senior Vice President of Engineering for Google, announced new ...

  • By: K. Sloan

    Upcoming Changes Coming to Facebook

    Sep 20 - Facebook developers are expected to announce some more changes to the site at the f8 conference later this week. Company officials have not made any formal announcements about the changes, but speculation from technology media indicates that users ma...

  • By: Andy Garner

    Google Expands its Blocking Feature

    Sep 19 - Internet searches can be frustrating. You type in “Home Furnishings” and you get a lot of spam and maybe even some illicit sites in your results. It can be frustrating if you research the same or similar terms often and those results keep appeari...