Rob D Young

Rob D Young

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Rob has been insatiably obsessed with Google, search engine technology, and the trends of the web-based world since he began life as a webmaster in 2002. His work as an SEO consultant since 2006, and subsequently to content writing for technology and internet-focused publications, has done nothing but fuel this passion.

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Google has already made massive investments in the clean energy sector, but the majority of investments have been in major projects like innovative solar technology, large-scale wind...

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There are several features for Google that are available only on the mobile platform. These features tend to be based on the unique functionalities of...

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Google goes crazy – good crazy – over a number of topics, including those related directly to Google’s products but also extending to issues as...

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Google seemed to be mid geekgasm when they announced their Google Wallet program, a system by which users could make payments via smartphone. This wasn’t some payment...

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AdSense abuse is, like it or not, a part of the game. Google does do quite a bit to counteract that abuse, including monitoring of the AdSense network, giving...

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Google Docs is one of the more crucial platforms for Google, largely thanks to its role in pushing the limits of the cloud while simultaneously...

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Maybe it’s true that “the enemy of my enemy is my friend,” even in the world of modern business. Certainly, Apple and Google managed to...

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Some have popularity by nature, some have popularity because they earn it, and some have popularity because they piggyback on exploding trends. For the search...

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Of the various services offered on Bing that directly compete with Google, one where I believe Bing has a “feature lead” is in Maps. Google...

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It’s a day late for World Oceans Day, but it’s certainly not too late to celebrate. For one thing, Google only just released their lineup of...

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