Bruce Clay Blog : Data MiningJanuary 20, 2014
Google calls Trends an “always-on Google zeitgeist.” Usually when a brand uses a grandiose word like zeitgeist to describe itself I can’t resist an eye roll. In this case I did something more like an eyebrow roll as it struck me like an epiphany how spot-on the word “zeitgeist” is to describe the Trends tool.
Learn more about why you should consider Google Trends much more than just a state-by-state LeBron James peak interest analyzer in 5 Ways to Leverage the “Always-On Google Zeitgeist” – Google Trends.
January 17, 2014
Internet marketers gathered yesterday on Twitter to trade stories about their 2013 content performance and audience behavior during this week’s #SEOchat, hosted by Bruce Clay, Inc. On the agenda? Content and traffic behavior based on Google Analytics reports. As a group, we mined our data and determined what was working, when it was working and why it was working. Read on for a recap of the #SEOchat, plus discover takeaways based on participants’ answers. I
May 14, 2009
The Future of the Web – The Semantic Web, Sebastian Chan, Head of Digital, Social & Emerging Technologies, Powerhouse Museum. Sebastian starts by giving us the caution that what he is going to talk about is “A POSSIBLE” future with regard to the semantic web. The semantic web is about linking information across the web. […]