There have been plenty of issues with Google Analytics that have been discussed in various posts on the […]
Have you heard about Google’s Project Glass? If you haven’t, then you really need to get with the […]
Google wants more mobile optimized websites. What will the penalty be if yours is not?
According to Google’s Gary Illyes, Google Authorship may make a comeback
Google has updated its Local Inventory Ads with a feature that allows searchers to browse in-stock products when the name of a retail location is searched for.
In the beginning, people just didn’t know about Google+ Ripples, and so their popularity was naturally slow to […]
Three weeks ago I had the chance to present to a class of seventh graders at a local […]
Since its launch in 2005 Google Analytics has become almost unassailable in the world of website analytics, with […]
Since Chitika Insights’ last report in May 2010 about the value of Google result positioning, the Google search […]
As I was writing my previous article for SEJ, I conducted several experiments during which I stumbled across […]
The High Court of Paris decided this week that Google and Bing are under no obligation to try and prevent piracy by filtering out torrent-related searches.
Google’s Penguin update firmly solidified my love for penguins. I mean, penguins are super cool creatures, working as […]
Social media has grown exponentially in its relatively short existence, fashioning a culture of open dialogue that gives […]
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 […]
An update to Pokemon Go, available now in the App Store, downgrades the app from having full access to your Google account to having just the bare minimum access.
In an update to Google Now on Tap for Android Marshmallow users, you can now do more without having to leave the app you’re in.
All of the individual courses that make up this nanodegree are available online for no charge at udacity.com/google.
Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 9, will be capable of using Google to search for in-app content.
Google is currently beta testing a new travel app, called Google Trips, which is designed to be a smart assistant for planning your vacations.