Posted By: Valerie Jennings
Google and Bing, along with other search engines’ newest “real-time Web search” abilities are incredible. Due to the trending available via Twitter, search engines are able to find new Web and social media marketing content in “real time.”
5 Big Real-Time Web Trends of 2009
By Samuel Axon
Web technology and social media change radically from month to month, so it’s difficult to make predictions about what The Next Big Thing is, but you can be confident that the real-time web will get bigger and more essential in 2010. It came to a head in 2009, though, and this year’s applications can give you some idea of what to expect after the New Year.
Twitter’s influence and prominence in the growth of the real-time web goes without saying, but even if it’s the flagship, there’s a fleet of other new services and ventures that are bringing real-time to millions of netizens. Here’s a roundup of the five most exciting general applications of the concept, and examples of each. But if you know of a great one that should be here, fill us in. (Read more)
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Posted By: Valerie Jennings
We’ve seen professional athletes, high-profile celebrities, and the average Joe all open up to the world of Twitter and social media. According to the following blog from Mashable, the CEO of Google has joined the Twitter fold as well.
Google’s CEO Joins Twitter and Follows … Heidi Montag?
At this point, not many new high- profile sign-ups to Twitter are worth reporting, sans perhaps the guy that invented the Internet and Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Twitter nemesis Facebook. But according to reports, another Twitter rival’s CEO — Eric Schmidt of Google — has joined the service. (Read More)
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By Valerie Jennings
The following article from Mashable focuses on Google’s newest feature: real-time searching. This will undoubtedly be a solid feature for social media across the board.
Google Launches Real-Time Search
We knew it was inevitable, and now it’s here: Google has just launched real-time search integrated into search results pages.
Google real-time search updates as stuff is happening around the Web — for example, live tweets, Yahoo Answers, news articles and Web pages now stream in on the actual result pages for your query. It works on mobile too (at least iPhone and Android for now).(Read more…)
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By Valerie Jennings
I was recently pitched by Hamptons Luxury Homes to review their latest news announcement about their carbon neutral headquarters for the Jennings Social Media Marketing blog. Please take a look at their exciting initiatives.
Hamptons Luxury Homes: One of Country’s First Builders to Become Carbon Neutral Continues Commitment in Green Building with Purchase of Offsets That Support Family Farm Agricultural Methane Project
Bridgehampton, NY (October 26, 2009) – Hamptons Luxury Homes (PINK:HLXH) today announced that it has offset 100% of the greenhouse gas emissions generated by the company and all of its subsidiaries, including Telemark, Inc. The announcement was made by Frank Dalene, Vice President and CFO of Hamptons Luxury Homes.