Google’s Matt Cutts answers a question about how SafeSearch works. The link Matt mentions is below the video. If you’re a website owner and you think that your content is mistakenly being filtered by SafeSearch, you can let us know here: http://support.google.com/webmasters/bin/request.py?contact_type=safe_search.
How many of us have known for how many years that Google cares about user experience (no matter what others might argue the contrary)? Earlier this year, in one of my conference presentations, I put it this way: “SEO is about understanding user experience as seen through search algorithms”. Well today, Google took yet one […]
Challenging the ranks of Google, as far as its contribution in evolution of search engines in particular and evolution of the internet in general is concerned, is simply not a wise man’s choice. There are so many things that boost Google’s credibility to where it is today. Google is engaged in an ongoing quest to […]
Censorship is not a new topic; it has been around in many forms for a long, long time and it looks like it is not going anywhere any time soon. Now it seems more than ever before in the (relatively) short history of the internet has there been so much concern for censorship. With Google […]
David Angotti wrote a great post on this on Jan 4th detailing that Google paid bloggers to post reviews; it’s a great post that describes the situation in detail. This news shocked my world a little bit and we had some clients raise some concerns. As an agency we execute sponsored post reviews for many […]
Google announced via Twitter that Panda Updates have ceased for 2011 and will resume after the New Year. Perhaps this is an early Holiday gift to webmasters that need to cultivate content and links on their existing webpages. The last update came in November and all have been considered “minor” updates, each time affecting less […]
It is the weekend and that means you might have 45 minutes to be entertained and get great tips from the fabulous Matt Cutts. This video is a recording of a live Q&A on September 21, 2011. If you haven’t seen it you may want to sit back, relax and maybe take some notes.
With the rise of Google and the power of Search, online reputation management (ORM) has become an extremely hot topic. Let’s face it, after hearing about a person, brand, company, or product, most people Google it. As a result, and as many of you know already, the number people (and companies) needing help with online […]
Google Offers, the new offering being molded to compete with the likes of Groupon, is expanding and in the process, hoping to make an impact in the increasingly crowded deal space. Google recently started presenting deals from 14 new partners, including localized businesses such as Juice in the City, Plum District, and PopSugar Shop. It […]