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2011 Prediction Recap and Big News from Google

At least one of our predictions has begun to take shape so far, as Google announced yesterday that co-founder Larry Page will become CEO of the search giant, with former CEO Eric Schmidt stepping into a different role in the company.

In a related story, tech news website Mashable has announced that Google plans to launch Groupon competitor, Google Offers. According to a fact sheet from confidential sources within the Googleplex, Mashable says Google Offers is “a new product to help potential customers and clientele find great deals in their area through a daily email.” Sound anything like Groupon?

As Rosemont Media CEO Keith Humes predicted, Google 2012 will look nothing like the search engine we know today. Up next? Google Book? MyGoogle? Read the recap of 2011 predictions below and let us know what you think. Or visit the Rosemont Media Facebook page and tell us what you would call Google’s social network.

Rosemont Review 2011 Predictions Recap

RIP Google and SEO

As seen above, 2011 will be the year of radical changes for Google, and subsequently SEO as we know it. Read more at the link above.

Flash Disappears in a Flash

Flash is a drag for loading pages, especially when you consider the mobile user will dominate tech news and products in 2011. Find more at the link above.

Mobile User Tough to Ignore in 2011

With the growing number of people accessing the internet through smartphones and mobile devices such as the iPad, laptops and televisions are in danger of following in the footsteps of Flash. Read more about the need to go mobile above.

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