Google announced a new feature to its search engine at a press conference in San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art.
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Google Analytics: 7 New Features
The web is changing and webmasters have to change with it. That’s why Google Analytics has recently unveiled several features that promise to give webmasters a new generation of tools and information. These will allow for more involved customization both for conventional and mobile traffic.…
Click and Share with New Google Toolbar Feature
Google Incorporated is always developing additions to their online platform in order to enhance the Web experience for its users. With the update of Google Toolbar to version 6.4, Web surfers will be able to share their favorite websites instantly without cutting and pasting links into an e-mail.…
Google Webmasters Tools: Favicon Feature
Dejan SEO, 14 January 2010 As of today, we’re starting to notice little favicon.ico next to both verified and unverified domains in Google Webmasters Tools. This not only looks pretty but also makes it easy to visually jump to the right website.…
Google Webmaster Tools Update: April 2010
Google Webmaster Tools has introduced a lovely new set of features that shows webmasters a bit more about how users interact with their site:
- Select by type of search
- Filter countries
- Select date range
- Lovely visual graph showing traffic values and clickthrough comparison
- Sortable table showing impressions, clickthroughs and percentages
This feature can be excellent indiscovery of new target phrases.…
Google has updated the look and feel of Google’s webmasters tools with what seems more of a cosmetic and structural change than addition of much new functionality.
Webmasters Tools New Functional Features:
- Extra search terms displaying for each site.
- Message forwarding to email.
Ambiguous Role of the NoFollow Tag
5 December 2011 Update: In a recent Live Q&A session Matt Cutts states that they generally don’t follow the nofollow links. This is confusing as we all know that they do, at least for document discovery if not for passing PageRank.…
Google has just updated PageRank – one of over two hundred factors taken into account when deciding how a website should be ranked. Typically Google rolls out about four updates per year but this information is more of a historic snapshot of a site’s PageRank than a real-time value.…
According to Matt Cutts, Google now has a more detailed referrer string than what it used to. A few months ago it would simply link to website’s URL directly. Now if you click on a link in any of Google’s result pages you will notice the link leads to something that looks like: http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&ct=res&cd=1&url=http% 3A%2F%2Fwww.dejan.com.au %2F&ei=xxx&usg=xxx
Note: cd=1 means that the user has clicked on www.dejan.com.au while this website was on the position 1 in the search results.…