Next time you are getting ready to head out to eat, search Google to make sure the restaurant you are considering has what you want on their menu. Google officially announced the new search feature is now available Next time you’re planning a brunch or a date night, check to make sure the menu has […]
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In celebration of the International Polar Bear Day, which happens to be today, people around the world will be able to view these bear in their national habitat. Google took its street view team to Churchill last October 2013 to capture the a 360 degree view of the polar bears in their natural habitat before it disappear. […]
Matt Cutts, Google’s head of search spam yesterday posted a blog post titled “The decay and fall of guest blogging for SEO“. In the post, he goes on to explain how guest blogging became very spammy and used by many SEO “experts” to build link and increase a website’s page rank. According to Matt Cutts, […]
According to a recent patent that was awarded to Apple last week for a concept that could allow Apple to crowd-source street-level, three-dimensional mapping data by simply using photos taken by users on their iPhones according to Inside Apple. The U.S. Patent No. 8,624,974 B2 was awarded to Apple last Tuesday, entitled “Generating a Three-Dimensional Model Using a […]
If anyone claims that SEO is easy they are either lying or are doing it completely wrong. It takes a lot of time and effort to go through the proper SEO process including keyword research, making on site changes to content and meta information, and building relevant inbound links from trusted sources. While these are […]
Motorola Mobilty has launched a new smartphone with a powerful Intel chipset, faster camera that appears tro be distinctly diffferent from Apple at first glance.
It’s been more than 5 months since my open letter to Google lamenting the state of their search results and how web spam was getting the best of them. And it’s been a mere 3 months since I wrote about how much Google (and Bing) loved anchor text spam. Since that time, a number of […]
It’s hard to believe, but for the last few years Google Maps users in the United States have been missing out on a pretty important feature (though there’s a decent chance you’ve never heard of it). It’s not particularly sexy, and many of the people reading this post will probably never take advantage of it, but we’ll all reap the benefits over the coming months
Google, in a social-networking move aimed at Facebook, plans to allow people to reorder the way websites are ranked through its searches based on what they and their friends like or find useful.
Lately, Webmaster Tools has been improving its analytical capabilities significantly. This trend comes as a great benefit to webmasters and search marketers, both of whom are gaining access to important data in order to understand how their Search Engine Optimization is performing, as well as… Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article
ZTE’s finance chief said Washington should promote a fair business environment with less government interference, expressing frustration at the Chinese telecom-gear maker’s efforts to expand in the U.S.
As Internet valuations climb and bankers and would-be buyers circle Silicon Valley in an increasingly frothy tech market, many eyes are on one desirable, if still enigmatic, target: Twitter.
Andrew Mason’s Group coupon company Groupon termed as “the fastest growing company ever” by Forbes, created waves when it spurned the $6 billion buy-out offer of big daddy of internet Google. The Chicago based local advertising dealmaker had been a tiny door to door re-seller with 200 employees only on its payrolls in January this […]
News agency Reuters reports that the father of the World Wide Web has charged that, the social networking websites that create isolated silos of user information not available to users outside the community are harming the cause of free and uninterrupted networking for global users. The big internet giants are the real “enemies of the […]