Without question, Google places and Google + has been somewhat of a nightmare for local business owners. Local […]
Google has introduced two new ways to keep track of the presidential hopefuls: how they’re funded, and how they’re trending in search compared to one another.
It’s being reported that Google is close to reaching a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regarding its long running anti-trust investigation.
Recently, Google announced that it is going to stop the sale of Google Glass, so, what went wrong and what’s next?
Editor’s update: The Google “Zebra” update is both rumor and an SEO inside-joke. As of today, there is […]
In this article we’re going to focus on three specific Google Analytics tips that fit well for web publishers: Custom Dimensions, Segments, and Goals.
According to Google’s Gary Illyes, Google Authorship may make a comeback
Over 60% of people say they trust Google for news more than they trust the news outlets contained in Google’s index.
I recently interviewed Sagar Kamdar, Google’s Director of Product Management on Search, who is responsible for their Authorship […]
One of the things I have on my list to learn more about is Google Analytics. I love […]
Google has announced that it will phase out all of its compare products and tools by the end of March, 2016.
Imagine a world where the Internet loads four times as fast. Welcome to Google AMP. From Julia McCoy, here’s a guide on making your content AMP-friendly.
As it turns out, Google actually has the slowest loading home page on mobile devices compares to its major competitors.
Steve Guberman breaks down what Google’s Tag Manager is, what it can do for publishers and businesses, as well as providing some interesting use cases you may just want to try yourself.
SEJ news and updates about Google+, worry-free SEO tips, plus popular posts over the past week, and SEJ webinar, podcast and Atlanta Summit.
SEJ news and updates about the latest in Wikipedia traffic, comparison of Bing vs Google, plus popular posts over the past week.
John Brown, Head of Publisher Policy Communications at Google, will keynote SEJ Summit on April 13 at Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel in Los Angeles, CA.
Google wants more mobile optimized websites. What will the penalty be if yours is not?
Google is rolling out a new feature for Android users that will have Google Maps attempting to predict where you want to go next.
A highly publicized UN conference on the future of the internet kicked off in Dubai yesterday, amidst warnings from organizations led by Google and Microsoft that the talks could lead to the end of the World Wide Web as we know it.