Posts Tagged ‘google’

The Recent Penguin Update and the Impact on Search Engine Optimization

Friday, June 15th, 2012

The Internet has become one of the most useful marketing tools ever created and companies and individuals have taken advantage of the opportunity for true worldwide exposure can give. In the last few years, search engine optimization, or SEO, has burst on the scene with excellent results. SEO aims at improving the visibility of websites… Read more

Why Google’s New Privacy Policy Isn’t The End of The World

Friday, March 2nd, 2012

On Thursday, March 1st, 2012 the world didn’t end. However, many people across the internet were up in arms, worrying because this was the day that Google’s new privacy policy change took effect.
Google, which owns over 60 websites, announced earlier this year that it was going to condense each of its sites privacy policies into… Read more

Keyword Stuffing and The Perils of Bad SEO

Monday, February 27th, 2012

A conversation recently came up among the web designers of a photography and images site I founded. One of the designers was convinced I needed to mention a certain keyword phrase several times on our front page to get it to rank higher with Google.
Recently I was struggling to get a different phrase to rank… Read more

Is Google+ A Total Failure?

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

When Google+ first launched, it took only one month for 25 million people to sign up. Twenty-five million people in one month. By comparison, it took Facebook almost three years to get 25 million members. Three years. When you look at the numbers alone, it seems as though Google+ is on track to overtake Facebook… Read more

Android Smartphone Comparison: Samsung Galaxy S Advance vs Samsung Galaxy S III

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

The Galaxy S series is referred to as the standard bearer for the Korean technology company’s line of smartphones. The following article seeks to compare the newest phone in this series, the Samsung Galaxy S Advance, with the as of yet unreleased Galaxy S III.
Dimensions and Form
The Galaxy S Advance shares an almost identical… Read more

Google Dance – Rollercoaster Ride for Webmasters?

Tuesday, February 7th, 2012

Google for ever has had the webmasters on their toes – forever trying to meet up to the standards and to have their site listed on the top pages of search results. In this bid to serve the user better, Google has constantly been strengthening its norms; making the strife competition even harder than it… Read more

Google Public Data Might be the Best Application Ever

Tuesday, February 7th, 2012

Do you ever crave for something more from the internet than the latest tweets from celebrities, misinformed journalism, vacuous statements from social heavyweights and other forms of literary schmalz being spoon fed to you by the world?
The next time you read about a diabolical economic trend or other predicted crisis, maybe you should check out… Read more

Google’s “Search Plus Your World” – Is It As Good As Google Want Us to Believe?

Monday, February 6th, 2012

Back in the beginning of January, Google’s latest “Search Plus Your World” was rolled out to users across the US. Google’s most radical transformation integrates both matches from the public sphere, as well as information that has been shared with you privately.
If you are searching in English and are signed-in to you may very… Read more

How Google’s New Privacy Policy Impacts Users

Friday, January 27th, 2012

Google, the world’s largest search provider and makers of the popular Android mobile operating system, recently announced that their privacy policies would be condensed. From Gmail to Google Maps, the company offers dozens of unique products and services. The majority of these products have always had their own individual privacy policies, functioning more as individual… Read more

The Next Step in the Google Update Process

Wednesday, January 11th, 2012

The Google Update and What is Next
It seems that the Google update called the Panda update is not enough for Google. It comes as no shock, but they are going to be adding another feature to their very popular search engine and it has been making its’ waves in the internet marketing community. … Read more

No More Google Wallet, Says Verizon

Thursday, December 8th, 2011

Did Verizon Block Google Wallet?
Google recently said that Verizon Wireless is blocking Google Wallet and keeping them from building the new mobile payments applications they are working on for smartphones powered by Android. This could cause some issues, but why would Verizon do such a thing? Why would any company block something Google is doing?
Verizon… Read more

Social Networking Competition is Rising

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

What to Expect With Social Networking Competition between FaceBook and Google+
By now we all know about Google+, but is this the social networking competition that will finally take over FaceBook? Google decided to jump in the game because Google thinks they belong in every corner of the internet. With the complaints about the privacy practices… Read more