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Google have launched a ‘Search by Image’ service which allows you to find images by uploading, dragging over, or pasting the URL of an existing image.
The service should be particularly useful to journalists seeking to verify or debunk images they’re not sure about.
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Yahoo says it is combining its powerful geo-informatics tools and content platforms so consumers can "save cash while [they] support local businesses." For marketers, this is just another of many indications that it's increasingly important to create locally targeted content and ad campaigns that can catch clicks and local commerce - for Yahoo and other major sites.
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About 300 to 500 jobs are posted on Twitter per minute, according to Carmen Hudson, CEO and co-founder of Tweetajob. With that many shared opportunities, the task of filtering information becomes daunting — that’s why we have hashtags. They can help you focus on the tweets you want to see along with the ones you didn’t even know existed.
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This Google Gadget enables you to look for stories not only there, but across the network of Press Gazette-authored blogs. It should be particularly handy for searching back through The Wire, our news aggregation blog which so far consists of more than 6,700 posts linking to interesting journalism related stuff across the web.
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Who is this useful for? Imagine you run an event that uses a hashtag – you could keep a permanent record of the what people were saying on Twitter about the event by saving all mentions of your hashtag with Tweetdoc. Businesses could run a daily Twitter search for their brand name using Tweetdoc and use it in marketing reports.
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