Google has combined the Keyword Tool and the Traffic Estimator into one tool called the Keyword Planner. ?Behind every successful AdWords campaign are well planned out keywords and ad groups,? says AdWords product manager Deepti Bhatnagar. ?In the past, you ?
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Search Engine Optimization has changed a lot over the years, and with mobile ecosystems rising in prominence, there are things that need to be taken into consideration that simply didn?t exist when the industry first came into being. One of ?
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Remember the Nexus Q? It was the media player that Google showed at I/O last year, and then disappeared from the market after shipping out the Q for free to those who pre-ordered it. Now it seems that Google is ?
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The Nexus Q was a bit of an embarrassment for Google, and quickly disappeared into the ether. But a new FCC application, which has been leaked online, could mean the media streaming device is about to make a return.
The mystery project has been named the “H840” with a product name “H2G2 ? 24”, which seems to be a Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy reference.
Little other information appears on the FCC application image other than the matter-of-fact description – “the device functions as a media player”. It also offers Wi-Fi connectivity and hosts a USB port.
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The Nexus Q, which was unveiled at Google’s I/O last year, sold out quickly on the Play store but it was soon removed by Google, which felt it could offer a better device.
Those who received the device were never actually charged and it appears that the new version of Google Play Music does not support it.
It’s worth noting that the device is mains powered, which means it’s not mobile and therefore more than likely a revamped Nexus Q…or something we haven’t even thought of yet.