A secret item was uncovered by Pokemon Go fans. One that will probably change the world for all the Pokemon Go fans out there. Now I’m not a fan myself, but I have a strong respect for how this game with all it’s releases and apps is able to gather and grow a large crowd of real fans around them.
What are the most searched for keywords online? Using data from SEMRush, the guys of SiegeMedia uncovered the terms searched most often – which reveal some interesting insights into the mind of consumers.
We know branded terms like “Gmail” and “Craigslist” are frequently searched, and are a common point of reference for users. But what about non-brands? What about true keywords that, undoubtedly, are the aim of many traffic-thirsty SEOs across the world? Continue reading The 100 Most Popular Google Keywords
According to the Wall Street Journal anonymous sources report that Google will introduce an ad-blocker into It’s Chrome browser. That sounds a bit paradoxal at the least… Continue reading Google Plans Ad-Blocking Feature in Popular Chrome Browser. Huh, what?
We are big fans of Skift. Not only for the way they created their own business but mainly for the quality of their content. If you’re into travel, technology or marketing and want to know the latest trends then this is your source.
Today Skift released a report that dives into Facebook’s competitive positioning in travel, exploring the state and growth of digital advertising in the industry.
We continue to experience high error rates with S3 in US-East-1, which is impacting some other AWS services.
— Amazon Web Services (@awscloud) February 28, 2017
If you are a techie like we are, chances are you find yourself regularly at great sites like Mashable and you know which tools to use, so Trello is your best friend for organising processes. Well, good for you hipster-geek, but today is not your best day: It somehow didn’t break the internet, but these and other big sites and services are being hosted by Amazon Web Services and for the first time in a long while Amazon is down..
Search by image to find the perfect hotel room faster and easier
Imagine you can search for hotel rooms by how they look or if they have a great view, or a canopy bed, or…
That would totally disrupt the way we do it now: first figure out what you want to do where and when, and then see if you can find a hotel there. A tedious affair.. Why not turn this around and start with: I want a beach view and an outdoor bathroom, and take it from there? That would make it a pleasant experience. Now there finally is a way to do this: Yellowroom.ai