BarCamp – Buenos Aires

Next Saturday 29th of September from 11 am to 7 pm hours you cannot miss BarCamp Buenos Aires. BarCamp is an informal and very interactive meeting where people from diverse areas like Technology, Usability, Design, Analytics among others will exchange knowledge about product, services, and theories about Internet 2.0. There is no reason to miss this event. There will be an Argentinian lunch along with the latest information about internet 2.0 and a very cool t-shirt, all for free (Thanks to the sponsors). Take into account that there are just 130 places so hurry up…

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Google Analytics launched more updates

Its nice to hear that analytics tools providers are improving their solutions (much more when we are talking about a free one). Google has launched three new updates (or improvements depending on your point of view). Update I: After an failed improvement attempt they are changing back the way of calculating the

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BarCamp in Buenos Aires

Next Saturday 29th of September from 11 am to 7 pm hours you cannot miss BarCamp Buenos Aires. BarCamp is an informal and very interactive meeting where people from diverse areas like Technology, Usability, Design, Analytics among others will exchange knowledge about product, services, and theories about Internet 2.0. There is no reason to miss this event. There will be an Argentinian lunch along with the latest information about internet 2.0 and a very cool t-shirt, all for free (Thanks to the sponsors). Take into account that there are just 130 places so hurry up…

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Google Launched its first Website Optimizer Update

After a long period in the market the past 5th of September Google has launched the first major update to Website Optimizer. The updates are: 1- The first improvement was a Wizard for creating A/B split experiments. This is something that in my opinion was very necessary since Google is focused on the market’s long tail of non professional users (SMB

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Groovle a simple idea with a solid business model

If you join Google Custom search and picture hosting you get Groovle, a service that allow you having your own customized Google search pages with two main options based on selecting a preexisting page or upload your own picture. Groovle makes its money from the search results generated by Google Custom Search, and given that those results are delivered by Google the business runs on a low cost, low barrier to succeed model.

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