Many people know that having lots of fans is great, but getting them to actually see what you post is the real goal.
A recent blog on Business 2 Community piqued my interest.
Google rep John Mueller confirmed in a Google+ hangout session that Google may treat content that is tabbed differently than content that is immediately visible to users.
Google has announced launching
You'll be waiting a bit if you've got a large disavow...During Google Webmaster hours t'was said
It seems that Google is backing out of the consumer market with glass and externalizing the hardware problems to other partners and focusing in more on specialized business applications for the dev
When 2014 kicked off, YouTube was on top of the game for online video.
Josh Haynam just posted a new blog on Marketing Profs about using quizzes for
Google launched a new tool for mobile testing, offering a pass/fail grade. If your site fails, it lists a handful of tips, but doesn't get too granular.
TRUSTe, a company that certifies websites' compliance with various security and privacy standards, was recently penalized by the FTC for not reviewing all of the sites with the TRUSTe logo annually
Yet another new ranking algorithm for your non mobile website has been officially released from Google. This one might start to sway your resistance to creating a mobile version.
Target recently worked with company PointInside to update their mobile app to help in-store customers with their shopping.
digiday yesterday posted about Say Media looking to sell it's news sites.
As reported in SERoundtable, Google Trends will now display the Top 200 videos that are currently trending on YouTube.
A new video social network named Ocho is being launched which promotes the ability for users to easily create and share short (8 second) high quality videos.
It's only Wednesday but there seem to be a surprising number of articles about Google algorithms. I found three on three different sites by three different authors that all kinds of tie together.
As a DuckDuckGo.com user I am often overly excited when they make headlines.
It's November, which means the 2015 SEO prediction blogs are starting to crop up.
Apparenty, there is some drama and advertising policy intrigue between the SF Appeal and Google Adsense ...
Google has been using Moffett Field, a NASA airfield, as the home for it's private jets.
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