Several updates have been announced for Google Trends, making the data it provides more useful. It will now work to determine user intent where there is more than one meaning for a word and will take misspellings into account, among other updates.
Android users can now see apps in search results when searching on their mobile device. When the best answer to a query is an app, Google Search will now display the app and make it easy to access or download from Google Play.
Breaking – Google Changes the SERP – Images are King and PPC Holds the Key to the Kingdom by @bryantgarvinPosted: December 5th, 2013 | Author: admin | Filed under: Search Engine Optimisation Company | Tags: @bryantgarvin, Breaking, Changes, google, holds, Images, King, Kingdom, SERP | No Comments »
Oops they did it again We know Google is constantly testing things on their SERP (Search Engine Results Page) with new products, new layouts, new colors etc. But lately it seems that Google has really been focused on not just simple changes, but dramatically changing the basic core of what as SERP looks like. Today […]
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In an announcement made this morning on the official Google Webmaster Central Blog, starting today Google Webmaster Tools will now help you identify pages on your site that contain crawl errors specific to smartphones. Some smartphone-optimized websites show error pages or redirect users to irrelevant pages while navigating on mobile, while desktop users wouldn’t run into […]
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An announcement was made on the official Google Search blog today about a new addition to Google Trends being rolled out that promises to deliver more accurate results. Google Trends’ new topic reports are designed to measure interest in people, places and things that users care about. An example Google gives in their blog post is […]
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Wired found that the block list on Android contains 1,400 odd words. Some are obvious, others less so, and Wired said that even “butt” and “geek” are no no words.
In the beginning,it people just didn’t know about Google+ Ripples, and so their popularity was naturally slow to grow. However, Ripples have now been an option for Google+ users for over 2 years (launched October 26, 2011) and it’s still being kept quiet. The idea seems great and small businesses owners have a lot to gain […]
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In the aftermath of Black Friday, IBM and Google share research on what transpired, highlighting data that showed online shopping behavior, website traffic and sales, and the role of mobile, search and social in it all.
A Seattle diner has banned its customers from wearing Google Glass, as one visitor found out the hard way when he was asked to remove them or leave.
In Google Analytics Multi-Channel Funnels reports, you can find several data nuggets which you can then leverage in your media buys and optimizations to yield fantastic results. Here are some insights you can find from these five reports.