A new keyword matching tool was introduced for the use of AdWords customers, the Broad Match Modifier for Advertisers.
Another Google product. Wish I could grab a screen shot of the site. There are no identifying marks indicating a Google product other that the copyright 2010 at the bottom of the page:
reCAPTCHA is a free anti-bot that helps digitize books
Google Web Elements seems to be a collection of fifteen applications that enable Google products for display and use on personal websites. It is unclear if these applications are for Google Sites only, or Blogger too, as it is a Google property, or non-Google sites too.
via Google Web Elements.
Why is Google Sidewiki only available for Internet Explorer and Firefox? This Google page states that Sidewiki is a feature of Google Toolbar, which is only available on IE and Firefox. However, there is a Google Chrome browser extension to enable Sidewiki usage.
The obvious question is: Why would Google Sidewiki not be available for users of Google Chrome browser?
A second question: Why does the page heading list the product as
yet the text refers to the product as
with a capital ‘S’ ?
This is not a minor typographical error, as there are copyright and trademarks associated with all Google’s products.
One last observation: I just noticed that the URL is non-US domestic:
I’m uncertain if that is of any relevance. I arrived at this page merely by going from my own Google profile to one of my Sidewiki entries on the subject of Sidewiki.
To be continued….
via Google Sidewiki.
Your local business, discovered on Google: Be found. Communicate with customers. Get insight to make decisions.
New! Local Business Centre is now Google Places. Learn more.
Claim your business on Google
and get these features:
Google introduced an a new YouTube account named Google Beat. The profile header is shown above, and includes a new product logo and description:
A glimpse at the latest search trends on Google.
The YouTube channel for Google Beat offers a single 2 – 3 minute summary of high frequency searches from the previous week. These are very topical, more like a television news program sound bite. So far there has not been any other activity at the site. There are a total of nine of these weekly “search in review” videos as of today, 24 October 2010.
Will better data quality improve patient quality of care? The answer should certainly be a strong affirmative.
Tony Fisher of CIO.com fills in all the details about how better Healthcare Data Quality will have a direct positive impact on patient care. He gives solid reasons to support this.
Funding for data management and data integrity is often stymied because it is difficult to quantify the benefits. Data initiatives are perceived as useful general measures, to be born as marginal costs. In fact, better data quality yields quality of service improvements and contributes to ROI.
This is a reminder to more completely assess the Google Health product, which is available but not widely promoted, particularly not to consumers. Note that Google Health is not subject to HIPAA regulations.