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  2. Grammarly - Wikipedia

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    In 2018, Grammarly launched the beta version of its browser extension, which is optimized for Google Docs. [9] [16] In November 2021, the company raised $200 million, led by Baillie Gifford and funds managed by BlackRock , to continue its investment in its AI technology and to accelerate product innovation and team growth.

  3. Shopify - Wikipedia

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    Shopify was founded in 2006 by Tobias Lütke and Scott Lake after attempting to open Snowdevil, an online store for snowboarding equipment. Dissatisfied with the existing e-commerce products on the market, Lütke, a computer programmer by trade, instead built his own.

  4. Google Takeout - Wikipedia

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    Google Takeout was created by the Google Data Liberation Front on June 28, 2011 to allow users to export their data from most of Google's services. Since its creation, Google has added several more services to Takeout due to popular demand from users.

  5. Google Search - Wikipedia

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    Google Search consists of a series of localized websites.The largest of those, the google.com site, is the top most-visited website in the world. Some of its features include a definition link for most searches including dictionary words, the number of results you got on your search, links to other searches (e.g. for words that Google believes to be misspelled, it provides a link to the search ...

  6. Cost per impression - Wikipedia

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    Purpose. Cost per impression, along with pay-per-click (PPC) and cost per order, is used to assess the cost-effectiveness and profitability of online advertising. Cost per impression is the closest online advertising strategy to those offered in other media such as television, radio or print, which sell advertising based on estimated viewership, listenership, or readership.

  7. Google Chrome - Wikipedia

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    Features. Google Chrome features a minimalistic user interface, with its user-interface principles later being implemented into other browsers. For example, the merging of the address bar and search bar into the omnibox or omnibar Chrome also has a reputation for strong browser performance.

  8. Email spoofing - Wikipedia

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    Email spoofing has been responsible for public incidents with serious business and financial consequences. This was the case in an October 2013 email to a news agency which was spoofed to look like it was from the Swedish company Fingerprint Cards. The email stated that Samsung offered to purchase the company. The news spread and the stock ...

  9. Twitter - Wikipedia

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    Twitter (initially called Twttr) is an American microblogging and social networking service on which users post and interact with messages known as "tweets". Registered users can post, like, and retweet tweets, but unregistered users can only read those that are publicly available.