Archive for July, 2013
According the U.S. Census Bureau, between the years 2003 and 2012, the percentage of American households that reported owning a home computer increased from 61.8 percent to 75.6 percent in 2010. This means that three quarter of Americans has immediate access to expensive and sophisticated machines about which, technically speaking, they have no clue. Fortunately, web users can at least count on Google Tech Talks to answer many of the most common, and not so common, questions that will inevitably arise.
While computer and internet technology can be fascinating, especially to those who did not grow up with it, it can also be incredibly frustrating. Unfortunately, regardless of how advanced a piece of technology is, Murphys Law still applies. On those occasions when things go wrong it is always nice to know
No matter what kind of business one may be involved in, there is a good chance that the internet could affect them, especially with something like a search engine. Like others that enjoy keep up on certain advances in technology, people interested in the way search engines are advancing could learn a lot from one of the many Google tech talks online. The number of things that a simple Google tech talk could show people is absolutely astounding.
One of the first groups of people that may be interested in watching a Google tech talk are search engine and internet marketers. As of May 2013, an astounding 67 percent of search engine users preferred Google over Yahoo and Bing. Because of this, anyone interested in search marketing will want to know what is going on with Google. A new tech talk could tell someone all th