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Your Weekly Recommendations Monday, February 19, 2018
 
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New and expanding locations across America
The Official Google Blog • Sundar Pichai
Go behind the scenes of “Isle of Dogs” with Pixel
The Official Google Blog • Karen Dufilho
What people get wrong about keyword cannibalization
Search Engine Land • Patrick Stox
Shping Incentivizes Consumer Engagement With Brands For Digital Coins
PYMNTS.com • Pymnts
3 Ways the Net Neutrality Repeal Can Damage Your Business
Entrepreneur Magazine • Peter Banerjea
Elton John Gets Struck in the Face by Mardi Gras Beads During Vegas Performance (Video)
The Wrap • Beatrice Verhoeven
Winter Olympics Google doodle for day 8 of the games marks the Lunar New Year
Search Engine Land • Amy Gesenhues
This former 'Sims' intern raised over $33 million for her 3D furniture platform
CNBC • Courtney Connley
Buying a Bay Area home is now a stretch even for Apple and Google engineers
Los Angeles Times • Marisa Kendall
People Will Always Get Lost
The Atlantic • Lauren Elkin
 
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New and expanding locations across America
The Official Google BlogSundar Pichai
Our goal is to ensure that information serves everyone, not just a few. To do this, we want to hire people to develop our products in the widest possible range of locations, around the world and throughout the United States. We opened...
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Go behind the scenes of “Isle of Dogs” with Pixel
The Official Google BlogKaren Dufilho
"Isle of Dogs" tells the story of Atari Kobayashi, 12-year-old ward to corrupt Mayor Kobayashi. When, by Executive Decree, all the canine pets of Megasaki City are exiled to a vast garbage-dump, Atari sets off alone in a miniature Junior-Turbo Prop and...
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What people get wrong about keyword cannibalization
Search Engine LandPatrick Stox
News flash — Pages rank for multiple keywords. According to a study by Ahrefs last year, the average page ranking number one also ranked for about 1,000 other relevant keywords. If your content is relevant enough, you can even have multiple pages...
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Brand Management, eRetail
Shping Incentivizes Consumer Engagement With Brands For Digital Coins
PYMNTS.comPymnts
To research a product, potential customers may turn to Google. But finding product information can be a bit of a cumbersome process. Consumers may have to scroll through many social media channels or product reviews to make an informed decision, after all....
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Google Inc, Net Neutrality
3 Ways the Net Neutrality Repeal Can Damage Your Business
Entrepreneur MagazinePeter Banerjea
Image credit: Andrew Harrer | Getty Images Running a startup or a small business is hard, and with the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) net neutrality repeal, it’s about to get a lot tougher. The repeal affects internet-based startups, companies running ecommerce stores...
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Elton John Gets Struck in the Face by Mardi Gras Beads During Vegas Performance (Video)
The WrapBeatrice Verhoeven
Elton John was struck in the face by Mardi Gras beads during a performance at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas this week, and the shocked artist took a while to compose himself. In a video obtained by TMZ, John was performing “Saturday...
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Digital Media, Google Inc
Winter Olympics Google doodle for day 8 of the games marks the Lunar New Year
Search Engine LandAmy Gesenhues
In its ongoing Winter Olympics doodle series, Google has designed a Lunar New Year-inspired animated image to mark day eight of the competitions. Leading to a search for “Winter Olympics,” the doodle includes the usual cast of competing animals — this time...
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Economic Policy, Entrepreneurship
This former 'Sims' intern raised over $33 million for her 3D furniture platform
CNBCCourtney Connley
Finding the right piece of furniture for any space can be difficult. Being able to virtually see how that sofa you've been eyeing will look in your home before you purchase it, or whether that lamp will fit perfectly in the corner...
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Apple Inc, Digital Advertising
Buying a Bay Area home is now a stretch even for Apple and Google engineers
Los Angeles TimesMarisa Kendall
Bay Area home prices are out of reach for many middle-income families, but surely if you're a highly prized engineer at Apple or Google you can afford a house there, right? These days even high-paid tech workers — the very people often...
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Google Inc, Technology Industry
People Will Always Get Lost
The AtlanticLauren Elkin
On the sense-of-direction scale, mine is immeasurably bad. I simply cannot find my way. The minute I try to make sense of a map, an unfathomable emotional process takes over. I can get within two missteps of where I need to be,...
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