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    Goggle Mobile Playbook

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    Have you checked out Google's Mobile Playbook yet? It is a resource guide to help businesses win with mobile.

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    the most insightful Google mobile playbook.

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    The Mobile Playbook #mobile #web

  • Ian Cole

    Great Mobile info from Google, PS Anyone notice; waiting for Pinterest to load is a lot like the early growing pains at Twitter!

  • Joop Rijk

    The Local Mobile Customer. 95% of smartphone users have searched for local information and 61% called a business after searching.

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