Archive for the ‘Google’ Category
In Google’s never-ending quest for developing a foolproof organic search algorithm, one of the search engine’s biggest kryptonites has always been linkspammers loading ranked pages up with unnatural links to sites that either don’t serve any purpose or are in bad web neighborhoods. Obviously Google has worked hard to prevent it, but the web’s a big place, and there’s only so much you can do.
Think you’re the cat’s meow when it comes to Google’s webmaster tools?
We’re always impressed with the wealth of tools you can pick up through Google Labs. Recently we’ve started to play around with Browser Size, a cool and simple gadget that allows you to visualize just how much of your site is being seen on first glance.
With smart phones now able to do nearly everything a computer can do, search engines that rely heavily on pay-per-click ads for revenue – like Google – are having to adjust to the changing tides.
On Tuesday Google announced that they’d begin the rollout of Region Tags, an amendment to the green address line at the bottom of search results that will help users better find your site.
As they’ve done for the past few years, Google’s Zeitgeist has released the year’s most popular search queries in six categories: In the News, Celebrities, That’s Entertaining, Around the Home, Sports, and City by City reports.
As seen on Matt Cutts’ blog, Google Caffiene is set to be deployed full-scale right after the holidays.