Posts Tagged ‘google’

Google Instant Ads Preview Goes Live

Last few months have definitely shown us that Google is not kidding around and that are still far from stopping with improvements and changes. We have seen more search engine updates in the last year than in the 10 years before that.…

 

Hotspot Meets Google Places Meets SERP Personalisation

We all know that Google is going way personal on few things; well that is how SERP is looking nowadays, up close and personal. Google is trying to enhance user experience by bringing personalization more and more into their search results, and that is set for everything including Google places and their last years product, Hotspot.…

 

Attack of the Panda – Ecommerce Websites Drop in SERP

After the first Panda wave that swept across article directories and other content farms we knew that it’s not going to end there. Any website with massive amount of pages and content, especially the ones with duplicate content, like ecommerce websites, would be hurt eventually.…

 

Twitter Taking Over Realtime Search in SERP

With the emphasis on social media over the past few years we all started searching for news using mostly social media like Twitter or Facebook. Yes, Google is still number one search engine with no signs that it is going to change, but lately there have been a few changes that may have gone under the radar but should not go any further unnoticed.…

 

Google Farmer Update – Is There a Cause for Alarm?

Recently, Google made some changes to its search algorithm, and these changes are now collectively known as the “farmer update” by those in the industry. This update gained its nickname since it seems to have been a case of Google targeting a lot of the popular content farms that have sprung up over the past few years.…

 

We all Knew, but Now It’s Official, Google Toolbar Influences Rankings

When speaking of Google in the SEO world we are quite used to figuring things out on our own. We have our suspicions, and some of them eventually turn out to be right, that was the case with Google Toolbar. For the past two years we were certain that Google Toolbar gathers data that has some influence on the SERP, some may know it for a fact, but it is only now after Google’s accusation of Bing stealing their result that Amit Singhal said that they use Google Toolbar to gather data which in certain ways has an influence on the SERP.…

 

Bug in Google Date Range Search

While researching the history of the word “twitter” on the internet we tried using Google date range option to find out why there was a peak of mentions of “twitter” in 2004, two years before Twitter.com launch. The search query looked like this:

http://www.google.com.au/search?q=twitter&hl=en&tbs=cdr:1,cd_min:2004,cd_max:2004&prmd=ivnsu&ei=sL87Tab-BYiXcbm89IQH&start=0&sa=N

And results:

Twitter Search by Date Range

We’re pretty sure most or all of the above are in fact wrong but unsure why it happened.…

 

The End of Google PageRank

Despite many claims by SEO companies around the world that PageRank does not “work” anymore, we see Google employees mentioning it over and over again in articles, blogs and videos. Webmasters have been wondering about Google’s intentions around PageRank due to the fact that the last public update was back in April 2010.…

 

Ever Wondered How Google Works?

Dan Petrovic sheds some light on what happens behind the scenes of this Internet giant.

 

PageRank and Google’s 200 Ranking Signals

Google’s PageRank rating is a huge obsession for many SEO professionals, and yet, it is not nearly the most important factor in determining a page or site’s ranking in the Google index. There is a lot of great information about the how pages are ranked in this video on the Google Webmaster Help YouTube channel.…

 

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