“In the Plex” provides an insider’s view of Google’s first dozen years. More about this insightful and interesting read on SEJ Book Club.
Social media has grown exponentially in its relatively short existence, fashioning a culture of open dialogue that gives […]
Google’s Penguin update firmly solidified my love for penguins. I mean, penguins are super cool creatures, working as […]
Google is restricting unauthorized access to its autocomplete API as of August 10th, 2015.
Google Alerts is one of the most powerful free tools available, but it is often overlooked. It monitors […]
Hidden within Google’s search quality rating guidelines are five important insights into the kinds of sites Google aspires to rank.
Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 9, will be capable of using Google to search for in-app content.
Google has released a third-party keyboard for iOS with integrated search functionality.
In response to recent questions and controversy surrounding Google’s autocomplete feature, the company published an article on its […]
Google highlighted on its Webmaster Central blog today some achievements the company has made in fighting web spam in 2015.
How do you know if your CTR is doing well or poorly? In this post, Larry Kim breaks down the average CTRs in Google AdWords by industry.
Three weeks ago I had the chance to present to a class of seventh graders at a local […]
Responding to a question asked in a Google+ Hangout, Google’s John Mueller officially stated AMP is not a ranking factor at this point.
Announced this morning on their Webmaster Central blog, Google has released an official Google Publisher Plugin for WordPress. […]
Over 60% of people say they trust Google for news more than they trust the news outlets contained in Google’s index.
Google Translate is now 10 years old. When it first launched it supported only two languages and has […]
A new Google search card allows searchers to track packages directly within the search results pages.
This past March it was announced that Google would be strengthening the effect of its mobile friendly ranking signal. It’s now live.
Back in 2010, Glenn Gabe wrote a great post talking about how helpful the Google AdWords Help Center was. […]
Google has made a significant change to its search results pages by extending the length of titles and descriptions.