Tag Archives: Google

Search Engine Crawling

Search Engines are the organizing kings of the Internet. In the chaos of information, the search engine (whichever you choose) helps you find web sites according to the terms you suggest. Of course, your end is quite simple. The job of the search engine is, in comparison, rather complex. In fact, here are some Google

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How to use social media to increase your profits

You probably already have a Facebook account right? You may have even checked it today to see if your friend had her baby or to drool over your buddy’s vacation. You know the definition of a tweet and +1, but do you really know how to use social media to help your business? This article

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Search market plateau continues; Yahoo! in decline

The latest results from the comScore’s February search market share numbers reveal changes in the search engine market. Bing and Google showed gains while Yahoo! lost market share. While this isn’t the official comScore release, the following data shows the changes for February: Google: 66.4 percent (vs. 65.4 percent a year ago) Bing: 15.3 percent

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How can Google’s +1 benefit your website?

How to add +1 to your pages, and how that may help your site? Should you add this feature to your website? We have answers. If you are familiar with the Facebook like button, you’ll get this concept rather quickly. Once the +1 is clicked, Google’s feature not only shares content within a user’s network,

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Drop in Chrome’s market share: due to Google’s penalty?

Google Chrome dropped 0.17% in January after 17 consecutive months of gains in market share. Why? The company that tracks browser market share suggests that it’s due to Google’s penalizing Chrome after its messed up, sponsored blog post campaign. Net Applications, the company that released these figures, says it tracks about 160 million unique visits

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Google Wallet launched on Sprint

Google Wallet, originally announced in May 2011, is an application that transforms your phone into a virtual wallet. Citi, MasterCard, Sprint and First Data are working together to provide users with the ability to tap, pay, and save using their mobile device. The first version of the app, which uses near field communication (NFC), was

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Google Chrome soon to overtake Firefox’s No.2 position?

According to StatCounter, an Irish Analytics company, Google Chrome is gaining momentum and may overtake Mozilla Firefox’s No. 2 market share spot as early as December. StatCounter’s data notes that Microsoft’s No.1 Internet Explorer and Firefox have been losing market shares since January, and Google Chrome is picking up most of those customers. Chrome has

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AdWords Consultant – Do you need one?

Google AdWords is a pay per click advertising service that lets you create and run ads for your business on the Google network. Your ads are displayed along with search results when your keywords are used in someone’s Google search. They will also appear under ‘Sponsored Links’ in the side column of a search page

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Google purchases Zagat

Zagat, the popular restaurant reviews service was purchased by Google this past week. Though terms of the acquisition were not disclosed, Google users will begin to see Zagat’s content integrated in Google searches and Google Maps. A New York- based company, Zagat offers a variety of reviews, ratings and insights on restaurant, bar, and hotel

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Google is shutting down a handful of properties and projects

Google is now focusing on meaningful projects only, and the company is shutting down a handful of properties and projects. Among them Aardvark, a start-up they acquired in 2010 for $50M. In a blog post on the official Google Blog we can read – “This will make things much simpler for our users, improving the

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