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Google donates $800 million in ad credits and cash to fight coronavirus - ZME Science

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Google donates $800 million in ad credits and cash to fight coronavirus - ZME ScienceGoogle donates $800 million in ad credits and cash to fight coronavirus - ZME SciencePosted: 27 Mar 2020 12:00 AM PDTCredit: Google.From Alibaba to Amazon, the biggest names in tech and business are pitching in to fight COVID-19. On Friday, Google joined their ranks after the company's CEO Sundar Pichai announced an $800 million funding scheme in cash and advertising credits meant to help small businesses and raise awareness among the public.This is the largest donation yet announced by a tech corporation. However, it should be noted that must of the funding is in the form of credits that grantees can spend on advertising on Google's platforms (AdWords, Adsense, YouTube).For Google's parent company Alphabet, digital ads make up more than 80% of Alphabet's revenue, which amounted to $170 billion for the fiscal year of 2019 alone.ADVERTISEMENT In the midst of the pandemic and unprecedente…

“Marianne Williamson debate: her rise is scary, not funny - Vox.com” plus 1 more

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“Marianne Williamson debate: her rise is scary, not funny - Vox.com” plus 1 moreMarianne Williamson debate: her rise is scary, not funny - Vox.comPosted: 31 Jul 2019 02:40 PM PDTSelf-help guru Marianne Williamson was the breakout star of CNN's first Democratic debate — at least if internet chatter and pundits are to be believed.Williamson was the most-searched person on Google after the debate in 49 out of 50 states. CNN analyst and former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm praised her "really compelling and authentic" answer on reparations, saying, "Honestly, I think she brought it." GOP pollster Frank Luntz tweeted that "she's cutting through the clutter tonight." A Washington Post article claimed she had "a big night," writing that she "used her limited time on the microphone to maximum effect, attracting attention for meaningful answers on race and Democratic ideology." Even current Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) singled out her "

Who’s winning the Democratic debates? Here’s what Google search trends can’t tell you. - Washington Post

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Who’s winning the Democratic debates? Here’s what Google search trends can’t tell you. - Washington PostWho’s winning the Democratic debates? Here’s what Google search trends can’t tell you. - Washington PostGoogle searches for candidates heights surge at start of debate | TheHill - The HillMarianne Williamson Most Googled Candidate After Second Democratic Debate - Hollywood ReporterWho’s winning the Democratic debates? Here’s what Google search trends can’t tell you. - Washington PostPosted: 31 Jul 2019 04:01 AM PDT
Workers prepare the debate stage at Fox Theatre in Detroit on July 30 ahead of the second Democratic presidential debate. (Jeff Kowalsky/AFP/Getty Images) ByFilippo Trevisan July 31 at 7:00 AM With the second round of Democratic debates for the 2020 nomination upon us, in the coming days, we can expect ample analysis trying to determine who "won." Increasingly, Google Trends data has become part of this coverage. Google Trends data's comparisons, combined with i…

Global Hot Rolled Steel Market Regional Landscape, Production, Sales & Consumption Status and Prospects 2018-2024 - CW57.TV

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