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The Great Apple Watch Marketing Mystery


The day Apple initially picked to launch the Apple Watch was in some respects a dud. The device was not available for sale in Apple Stores on Friday as previously scheduled, although it was available at some high-end fashion boutiques. Confusion reigned over shipments, with Apple earlier having said deliveries would be pushed back to June, but later saying some preorders would be shipped early after all.
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Google Unleashes Mobilegeddon on Unprepared Websites


Webmasters who have not conformed to Google's mobile-friendly mandate have been cast out of their previous ranks on the mobile version of search, now that Mobilegeddon has befallen the world. Google last fall announced that it would give higher rankings to websites it deemed "mobile friendly," and any site hard to read or navigate on a mobile device would lose prominence in search results.
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Re: SpamCop Stops Spam, While Lawmakers Fall Short 3  Kate Wilson   2001-12-24 03:33:37 
Re: Yahoo! Wires NYC Taxis 2  GANI   2001-12-23 16:12:08 
Re: Priceline and AOL: Ready for Takeoff 2  Nat   2001-12-23 03:15:36 
Re: Online Gambling Is Here To Stay 8  Hason Neumun   2001-12-22 01:56:27 
Re: The Half-Life of High-Tech PR 2  Jeff Geibel   2001-12-21 09:29:09 
Re: European Airlines Join Forces in Mega-Travel Web Site 2  Tim Etheridge   2001-12-21 05:01:49 
Re: One Year Ago: E-Book Industry Set To Explode 2  Anton   2001-12-21 02:56:33 
Re: Fourth-and-Goal for E-Commerce 2  Keith Goldsmith   2001-12-20 19:28:42 
Re: Study: Interactive TV Won't Find Success on the Web 2  blankster   2001-12-20 15:21:07 
Re: E-Signatures: Unsigned, Unsealed, Undelivered 8  Rene Salazar   2001-12-19 10:00:52 
Re: The New Theory of E-Commerce Relativity 3  Mark A F Hayes   2001-12-18 16:20:13 
Re: Sprint Introduces Prepaid Internet Cards 3  Spam Man   2001-12-18 15:05:05 
e-commerce 2  JohnB   2001-12-17 19:13:26 
Re: Market Research: A Gold Mine for the Web? 5  Luca   2001-12-17 12:19:35 
Re: Study: Poor Customer Service Costing E-tailers Dearly 3  steve berde   2001-12-16 02:46:39 
Re: Whatever Happened to M-Commerce? 5  Jack Chen   2001-12-15 08:56:19 
Re: The Dark Side of E-Commerce 2  rron   2001-12-14 17:40:09 
Re: BidBay Fires Shot Back at eBay 7  Ken   2001-12-13 08:30:36 
Re: Report: E-tail Slips After Thanksgiving Week 2  John Doe   2001-12-13 08:21:14 
Re: Software Companies Take Aim at Pirates 3  Fred Lindstron   2001-12-12 14:37:20 

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