Always exciting to launch a new website for a client. Here is the latest work from .
A few weeks ago Last Week Tonight with John Oliver addressed Native Ads (contains strong language) in the clip below.
Now Google software engineer, Ian Webster, created a plug-in that adds a bold red banner indicating any native ad and noting who paid for it. Get the plug-in for AdDetector here: http://www.ianww.com/ad-detector/
Outraged Brits are giving the shaft to a street food company’s new phallic-like logo.
“The owner of the Dirty Bird brand, which visits festivals and events around Wales, says it is just a clever way of making the “d” and “b” of the company name look like a rooster,” reports the local news site.
The food company also has giant posters telling customers to ‘Touch My Thigh’ and ‘Touch My Breast’.
What do you think?
Puppies, kittens and penguins add warmth and charisma to what might otherwise be inscrutable tech products.
Puppies, kittens and penguins: here are the animals tech firms are using to sell products.
A hotel in Hudson, New York really doesn’t appreciate it when wedding parties come through town and wind up trashing its hard-earned Yelp rating. So it’s implemented a policy whereby the hotel will…
This New York hipster hotel fines you $500 for bad Yelp reviews, and Yelpers are not happy.
What are you hoping for when you search for something on Google? Are you looking for a site that deployed every SEO tip and trick to game their way to the top of the list? Or a …
"When Google in 2013 stopped providing data about keyword popularity, this must have served as a shot across the bow of SEO."
A classic ad this Father’s Day.
Get your business on Google for free: http://www.google.com/mybusiness Google My Business connects you directly with customers, whether they’re looking for y…
Google wants to create a better business directory and, this time, they mean business.
On Thursday the tech giant launched Google My Business, a one-stop way for merchants to manage their presence on a variety of the company’s properties including search, maps and Google+.
Internet providers in the United States will finally be held to account for lackluster YouTube streaming speeds. Google is now ranking ISPs based on the fidelity of their YouTube streams. To learn more and see you your provider ranks follow this link.
HBO perfectly captures every teenager’s worst nightmare.
Police Officer: “Sir, what’s in that bottle next to you?
Man in park: “It’s water…”
Police Officer: “Sir, this is wine”
Man in park: “What? That damn Jesus! He did it again!”