Through these new partnerships we are integrating Buy Now with platforms that power e-commerce sites for merchants of all sizes, including Bigcommerce, Demandware, and Shopify, and enabling new retailers and brands such as Best Buy, Adidas, and PacSun. These commerce partnerships on Twitter are powered by Stripe Relay.
What really would make sense is to combine this with cart abandonment.
Customer Match is a new product designed to help you reach your highest-value customers on Google Search, YouTube, and Gmail -- when it matters most. Customer Match allows you to upload a list of email addresses, which can be matched to signed-in users on Google in a secure and privacy-safe way. From there, you can build campaigns and ads specifically designed to reach your audience.
I'm surprised it took this long for Google to launch this type of features since it's been available via Facebook for ... two years or more.
Why is there a new boost? Mariya explained that with the new API, Google is able to know start and end times of use of the app and pages within the app, amongst other important data points.
If Google can measure the satisfaction of your App, then you'll wind up (hopefully) benefiting from that experience algorithmically.
You get to decide how much to contribute (I do $10/month, but for example you can do $2/month if you prefer). The more you contribute, the fewer ads you see. The handwave-y explanation that when you go to a website, your monthly subscription actually bids on your behalf in ad auctions. So you end up buying the ad yourself rather than someone else.
I really like the idea of enabling micro-payments via normal Internet browsing. While this isn't exactly what this is doing it's close enough that I'm giving it a try. Thanks for the nudge .
#technology #micropayments #googlecontributor
You can also unblock ads on your favorite sites. I do on Forbes or Wired for example.
For those who are curious... the bridge which is in main focus of the picture is called the "Gladesville Bridge".
Additional trivia, you can see the Blue Wiggles house in this photo ;)
Though the D-Wave machine is less powerful than many scientists hope quantum computers will one day be, the leap to 1000 qubits represents an exponential improvement in what the machine is capable of. What is it capable of? Google and its partners are still trying to figure that out. But Google has said it’s confident there are situations where the D-Wave can outperform today’s non-quantum machines, and scientists at the University of Southern California have published research suggesting that the D-Wave exhibits behavior beyond classical physics.
Super cool stuff here and with quantum algorithms currently being used in some areas, the ability to have a quantum computer could unlock and speed up a tremendous number of machine learning applications.
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