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Re: New Databoard Lures Marketers Into Google's Web
Posted by megankrow on 2013-07-15 12:12:22
In reply to Enid Burns
Last week, Google launched its new Databoard for Research Insights tool, which lets you tap into various data points from Google’s research efforts. One of the coolest parts about it is the infographic creation feature, which lets you grab data points of your choosing to create custom infographics based on your needs. As Google adds more data to the tool, this should only become more valuable.

Google hosted a forty-minute webinar discussing some of its research and how to use the Databoard for Research Insights tool to create custom infographics. In fact, the webinar was hosted ahead of the tool’s launch, and was actually where it was first unveiled.

The company has now made the webinar available for anyone to check out, so if you’re interested in using the tool, you might want to give it a listen.




 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: New Databoard Lures Marketers Into Google's Web  Enid Burns  2013-07-14 22:48:41
Re: New Databoard Lures Marketers Into Google's Web  megankrow  2013-07-15 12:12:22
Re: New Databoard Lures Marketers Into Google's Web  alistercuk  2013-07-14 22:51:10
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