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A Look at How Google Grows in Real Time [Infographic] by @jonharules

Real time statistics of Google searches and its growth.

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Heroku Grows Up As It Courts Bigger Players

Heroku gives your app a place to live on the Internet, regardless of its size or scale. In the past, that’s meant an easy way for a small developer to look big. On Thursday, the Salesforce-owned company is flipped that around: Heroku Enterprise, a new version of its service, will target large corporations that want the nimbleness of startups.

The way Heroku grew to prominence was with a freemium model: Developers could launch apps for free on a small scale, and then upgrade to paid support if and when those apps become popular. However, the eight-year-old company has acquired an increasing number of corporate clients like Macy’s, Asics, and Lyft. Popularity is not a problem for these well-known brands.

See also: Heroku 101: A Beginner’s Guide To Hosting Apps In The Cloud

“We’ve seen a growing number of larger enterprises who want to build apps the way startups do,” said Paul Kopacki, CMO of Heroku. “They come to Heroku because of the developer experience, but have begun asking for additional features large organizations require.”

What’s different, Kopacki said, is that enterprise customers need support for large app development teams with varying levels of access and permissions. They may need a hierarchical system for managing the development of multiple apps. And they want a different type of payment system than Heroku’s usual monthly bill.

See also: Salesforce Finally Connects Heroku To Its Cloud

“As an enterprise client, you want to buy hosting on an annual basis to budget and plan for it,” said Kopacki. “You need your resources in a package that allow you to scale as high as you need to on your highest traffic day. Macy’s needs Heroku hosting to scale up wildly in the period around the holidays, and shift resources around in other periods. Enterprises will buy an annual package and allocate the resources.”

There isn’t a set fee for Heroku Enterprise. Kopacki said that these annual packages will be negotiated individually with each enterprise client.

Even before Heroku Enterprise existed, Heroku has always advertised many of its features as “enterprise grade,” including two-factor authentication for security and responsive, transparent status updates about downtime.  Now that it has filled in the missing piece of the puzzle for corporate app makers, this could be Salesforce Heroku’s coming of age. 

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SearchCap: Yahoo Search Share Grows, Local Mistakes & SEO Spam

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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Firefox Deal Continues To Boost Yahoo As US Search Share Grows Again In January

Switchbacks to Google aren’t happening says metrics firm, which recorded new gains for Yahoo.

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Mobile Ad Spend Skyrockets as Mobile Search Volume Grows

Smartphone media spend has, for the first time, surpassed that of tablet spend. The two combined accounted for one-third of the money spent on search in the third quarter of 2014.

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Google Love Grows, Bing Satisfaction Drops Among U.S. Customers [Survey]

Love it or hate it, Google is loved by customers. Bing? No so much? And Yahoo, the love is pretty much gone. That’s according to 70,000 users who were surveyed as part of the 2014 American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI)E-Business Report.

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SearchCap: Google Parking, Bing Ads Grows, Foursquare Swarm App & Yelp Results

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. From Search Engine Land: Not Just Parking: Google Now With Offline Cards, Indoor Maps, Shopping Reminders Earlier today Barry Schwartz wrote that the updated Google Search App for Android…



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Mobile Search Advertising Grows in Q1: 8% in U.S., 135% Globally

Two reports released with Q1 data from Covario and IgnitionOne look at global and U.S. search data year-over-year and quarter-over-quarter to paint a picture of mobile ad spend, click-through rate, cost per click, and more.

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AdWords Scripts Grows Up With MCC Level Scripts

So far, many have dismissed AdWords scripts as a toy that you can only use for small AdWords account setups. There are some ways to build out larger script frameworks that span multiple accounts, but it is clunky and still requires you to install a snippet of code into each account. Worse yet, if…



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20(14) Publisher Stories: The Maestro de la Computacion family grows with Google AdSense

As part of our ‘20(14) publisher stories’ blog series, every Monday we’ll introduce you to a publisher and share their success story. Read on to meet this week’s featured publisher, and feel free to share your own success story with us.
Four years ago, Roberto Andre Diaz co-founded maestrodelacomputacion.net for the Columbian tech community. Today, the site receives over 150,000 visitors every month and the family business has grown to cover seven other sites. 
The team chose to partner with Google AdSense from the very beginning. In Roberto’s opinion, there was “no other ad network that could compare to AdSense in terms of performance, ad quality, monetization opportunity and dynamic ad formats.”
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Right now, AdSense represents 95% of their advertising earnings. According to Roberto, the impact from AdSense goes beyond revenue alone: “AdSense has paid our college fees and moreover has allowed us to travel to lots of fascinating places and meet people from around the world.”

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