Mostly Google, But Some Archery

In this Marketing Over Coffee:
Learn about GBoard, Google Mobile, and Archery

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Google’s Mobile tool gets an update

GBoard for iOS

New Google Search Cards for Recipes and Videos

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Chrome ditching Flash

Chris’ Marketing Automation Project – The Videos!

On Influencers

Twitter to stop counting photos and links in 140

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The state of Google Fiber, Europe at war with Google

Runtastic

Guidelines for Social Resharing

Beyond 2 dimensional ecommerce

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2 thoughts on “Mostly Google, But Some Archery”

  1. I don’t see a link regarding “using Google Analytics to figure out what to reshare.” Would you mind providing that link?

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