Google Mopocalypse Is At Your Door- Run Chicken Little!!!

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April 11, 2015
Google Mopocalypse Is At Your Door- Run Chicken Little!!!

Recently, Google has begun to telegraph its punches to reach to the webmasters. Recently, Google has published some announcement, starting 21st April, a chance in algorithm will be being rolled out by Google to favor mobile-friendly websites is one of those announcers. May be you are thinking it is not a major problem for your site, your website looking fine on your iPhone when you punch and whiz. But unfortunately your idea is wrong! Probably you have got late into a competition which may Read more […]

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To Make A Mobile Friendly Site For Google Reflect Interstitials

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April 5, 2015

Do not forget to Reflect Interstitials when you are going to update your site with the new mobile-friendly algorithm what Google is approaching to roll out on April 21. Many mobile optimized websites are presenting an interstitial page rather sending the projected contents to the visitors obtaining the goal to make them done the specific action. The following example shows that Indiegogo is asking for downloading its app when Zulily still wants to sign up for the users. These pages Read more […]

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Weekly Pics Search: Yahoo 10 Year Badge, Google Hidden Room, Google Partners Flyer and more in Social Media Pics

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April 3, 2015

We have collected pics from Social media and tried to show them in the Weekly Pics Search. You can have the search engines, other IT farms’ people here with their brand products, and their lifestyle has been mirrored here from social media pics.   The Google Binoculars Building Source: Google+   Airplane Flyer as Google Partners Allstar Invitation Source: Instagram   Android Plumbers in Google Bathroom Source: Google+   Yahoo’s Service Read more […]

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Mobile-Friendly Algorithm of Google Will Not Affect The Ranking In Google News

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March 29, 2015

Google Mobile-Friendly Algorithm is expected to be touched down in 21 April and everyone is preparing for the new algorithm. However, there is going to be happening no algorithm changes in the ranking of search results in Google News. Google’s Stacie Chan, the News community manager confirmed few days ago via Google+ hangout that they are not going to implement the new algorithm for the ranking of Google News search results now. Stacie Chan shared his 23 minute video on YouTube confirming Read more […]

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Google Removed Line Separator Between Organic Search Results And Search Ads For Testing

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March 28, 2015

Google has started testing again on the line separator. They removed it from the position between the organic search results and the search ads from the top of the results. Google is testing regularly new features and it has been watched by Frederik Hyldig and after that, it could not be reproduced. Google also tested some other separator and their colors recently. Two months ago, they used bolder separators between organic results and search ads. The following animated picture will show Read more […]

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Know More About The Partnership Between Google And Twitter

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March 22, 2015

Again, Twitter and Google are coming back together by an agreement to provide full access for Google to the streaming of Twitter. It is also a news from last February and it has not been known in details already, but we can assume some relationship that is going to be taken place between the social and search.   Google’s Benefit From The Partnership Google is going to get the access to the “firehose” or the stream of tweets that can sprays about 9,000 tweets per second. Read more […]

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Weekly Pics Search: Google Sand Castle, Analytics Cupcake, Solar Eclipse and more in Social Media Pics

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March 22, 2015

In the Weekly Pics Search, we have collected more pics this week from the social media about the tech people from the search engines and other software farms. We reflected the lifestyle and the movement of these people through a graphical pic presentation with Social Media Pics.   Google Analytics Cupcake Source: Google+   Google Sand Castle Logo Source: Flickr   Google Rock Climbing Wall Source: Google+   Android on Pie Day Source: Google+   Solar Read more […]

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Breakup of Wal-Mart, Google Suggests Difficulties In the future For Local Inventory Ads

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March 14, 2015

Research provides the data when the online shoppers are ready to buy and they desire to find their desired products in local markets. Offline spending, which is influenced by the internet is far times better than the e-commerce and annually gives about trillions of dollars in offline business. In most cases, consumers need to have to guess from where they can buy something and also go through the painful process of calling stores because the offline sell inventory data are mostly unavailable Read more […]

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Weekly Pics Search: Google Stone, Google Shop, Golden Android and more in Social Media Pics

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March 14, 2015

We have collected the following photos from the social media pages from the people and official pages about the recent tech and search engine related pics. They are around the lifestyle and the daily life of people from tech industries. Count for the weekly pics of this week from the following social media pics:   Google Stone Source: Google+   Gold Android Source: Google+   Google Shop Source: Google+   Google Holi Source: Google+   Google Read more […]

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Multicolored Line Separators Are Live Now For Google Mobile Search Results

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March 13, 2015

It had been reported that Google was testing the line separators in multi-color for Google mobile users in web search results. The color changes would depend on the changing of various Google logo colors. So, colored line separators have been lived in the mobile search results for Google mobile users and many people have already tweeted it on Twitter and I have seen it personally in my mobile. Get the following screenshot for the new changed interface of Google mobile search results: The Read more […]

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Google’s CFO Patrick Pichette Is Going To Leave

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March 12, 2015

The Google CFO Patrick Pichette decided to retire from the company within six months and decided to facilitate finding out the best alternative. Patrick Pichette, the Google’s Chief Financial Officer is going to be retired from his position and declared by means of SEC filing about his retirement. Since June 2008, Patrick has been with the company. He is only conforming the company about his retirement, but has not given the exact date of retirement. However, within several months he will Read more […]

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Google Local Pack Is Showing Logos in the Search Results

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March 12, 2015

Google is trying to show the “snack pack” which is the new local pack design. Depending on the local intent queries, the local maps results are found in their search results. The tested Google’s new local pack has shown the logos for some web researchers and Justin Aldridge has shared a screenshot in his Twitter- Normally, the “snack pack” includes the location, name of the business, a map and the reviews. You can have the image for a map in the above local pack image in the Read more […]

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After SEOs Complaints Google Is Changing Links for Car Insurance

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March 9, 2015

Google has launched the comparison ads for auto insurance and they announced that they would use the rich anchor text keyword links in their search results for the comparison portal for old credit card and new auto insurance. “Link scheme” are the white large-scale keywords for article marketing with rich anchor text links considered by Google. However, SEOs saw that they were using keyword rich anchor text to manipulate their organic search algorithms. Google did not noticed about the Read more […]

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Weekly Pics Search: Google Hamentashen, Yahoo Yodeling, Google Muppets and more in Social Media Pics

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March 8, 2015

We have gathered the following photos from the social media pages from the people and official pages about the recent tech and search engine related pics. They are around the lifestyle and the daily life of people from tech industries. Count for the weekly pics of this week from the following social media pics:   Yahoo’s Yodel Celebration at 20th Birthday Source: Flickr   Countdown Clock from Google Source: Google+   Hamantash of Google Chrome for Purim Source: Google+   Jonathan Read more […]

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SEO Tips: Using Fetch as Googlebot Like the Samurai of SEO

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March 5, 2015

Is “Fetch as Googlebot” seeming a newer term? Assessing an entered URL and send it to Google for indexing in a fresh edge, you can use this Webmaster Tools feature of Google. Here, I am presenting you the article “Fetch as Googlebot” and its complete usage as the SEO samurai.   What Is The “Fetch As Googlebot” Feature? You can find two different modes of this new feature- Fetch > Quick Check Googlebot will follow the path that you will specify and crawl a URL Read more […]

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Search Algorithm of Google is Adding App Indexing to Ranking and Mobile-Friendly Factors

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March 4, 2015

Google has announced significant changes to the search algorithm and it will be affected for the ranking of mobile search results. From April 21, 2015, Google will start using mobile-friendly factors for its algorithm for the mobile search results. It will help to rank the mobile apps, which will take part in App Indexing and it will provide a better experience to signed-in users for better mobile search results.   Better Rank In Mobile Search Results through Mobile-Friendly Websites Mobile Read more […]

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Weekly Pics Search: Google Ski Trip, Android Caveman, Rope Logo and more in Social Media Pics

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March 1, 2015

We have collected the following pics from the social media pages from the people and official pages about the recent tech and search engine related pics. These are about the daily life and the lifestyle of these people from tech industries. Look for the weekly pics of this week from the following social media pics:   Google Ski Trip (Lake Tahoe): Source: Google+     Android Caveman: Source: Google+   Google Maps in Pegman Birthday Cake: Source: Google+   Google Read more […]

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Google Has Tested Reviews with Green Star in the Search Results

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February 26, 2015

In Google search results, reviews stars with color variations were started for testing from about six months ago. Generally, Google showed stars with orange color for the sites with rich review and sometimes in other colors. Over the last week, Google again tested with colored stars in review sites, but they used the green color instead of other colors like yellow or orange one. Get a look for as usual color for the search result snippet: See the new testing color for search result Read more […]

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Google Mobile Shows Colorful Line Separators in Search Results Snippets

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February 23, 2015

Google Smartphone users from android and iOS are observing the new mobile search results interface on Google. Google is testing the new interface for search results in colorized lines rather than the previous gray line divider. Check the screenshot from Android Police before and after the search result interface changing: Check another image from @apiwarun in higher resolution: Many more Google searchers have seen the testing interface of Google and it may be a signal to an Read more […]

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Google News Lost the Trending Topics Due To Bug from the Left Side Bar Navigation

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February 20, 2015

Google News has recently lost a great feature from the home page about more than a week because of bugs. The trending topic has been removed from the left side bar navigation and Google replied the reports from the last week in a forum thread within past 48 hours. The trending topics was a very exciting feature showing the screenshot like below collected form the blog of Adam Shrek: This feature is no longer activated, but Stacie Chan from Google declared that they would fix the bug Read more […]

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Google Offers Publishers’ Content Available In Carousels for Mobile Users

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February 20, 2015

Google mobile has been updated to get content from a single source for the mobile users for easier browsing. In a blog post, they have confirmed the change. Videos, recent group articles and contents are available from websites in carousels. When searching for a specific topic like England, you can get country related contents from Reuters, the Guardian and the New York Times. In case of searching for sports related query like the Knicks, you will get contents related to basketball from Read more […]

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Google Is Testing New Loading Interface for Mobile Users

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February 19, 2015

Ruben Gomez from Search Engine Land has confirmed the testing of new loading user interface for the mobile version. The search results will show the new loading interface as you will navigate to get the search results. You can watch the video provided by Ruben to get the completely new interface for loading of search results. When you will type the query, the logo will hide automatically and reappear after getting the search results. In addition, you can see the image search loading interface Read more […]

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Udi Manber Has Left His Nine Years Career at Google

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February 15, 2015

Udi Manber has left the Googleplex, the home of Google Inc.! About nine years later, he is going to join the National Institutes of Health after getting the position of VP of Engineering in YouTube. In Google, he was in the sector of search products as the in charge person. He got his renowned career in his academic level and worked in most popular companies of Silicon Valley. In his carrier start, he was joined as professor at the University of Arizona at ‘90s and later, he turned into Read more […]

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Updates for Quality Score Reporting Of Bing Ads Is Rolling Out

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February 8, 2015

Bing Ads is planning to roll out the updates for quality score reporting over the next few days. In this update, only the process of quality score reporting, but the keyword and ad will not be updated. Check what changes you are going to expect in your account:   Getting Quality Scores Earlier: After launching an ad, you may not find enough data to be found, but from now Bing ads will show quality score for the ad rather showing it blank. But this is going to be rolled in US first Read more […]

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SEO Tips: Techniques for Optimizing Search Engines on DuckDuckGo

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February 8, 2015

What can do better for you as a new search engine than DuckDuckGo? The Verge said in their pages that DuckDuckGo is less creepy and it can replace Google. Also, this rising search engine is associated with iOS 8 as their default search engine! Therefore, this new rising star has faced so many odds, but got a rock star status to the search community. DuckDuckGo is following an upward line in users’ statistics and it is not slowing down. The privacy policy like “not saving/tracking the user Read more […]

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Google Is Not Announcing Any “Update” But Confirmed For Making “Tweaks”

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February 7, 2015

Some large changes found in Google search in the SEO community on February 5, 2015. The Google automated tracking tools are shown a Google algorithm update to be touched down even tools like Mozcast! By asking Google, they replied that the as usual tweaks were these changes and they confirmed that these tweaks are not related to Google Penguin update or Google Panda Update. Though some suspected them as mass mobile warnings, but the changes happening three days ago to Google was not related Read more […]

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Google’s Senior Vice President, Alan Eustace is leaving Google

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February 5, 2015

Google has confirmed that Alan Eustace, the Senior Vice President of Knowledge is leaving from Google! This news was first reported in TechCrunch and he is not joining to any other company now. In 2002, he joined as Senior Vice President of Engineering at Google and previously he worked on Compaq, Digital and HP at his career start up. Later, he moved when Google search effort for Knowledge Graph started and worked until his retirement as Senior VP of Knowledge. He made the record of Read more […]

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Get Quick Answer from Live Mortgage Calculator Now with Google

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February 4, 2015

Google has launched the live mortgage calculator to get a quick answer for the search results related to “mortgage calculator”. This calculator is also known as “interest”, “loan interest” calculator or some other names. Check the following screen for getting a snap of this live mortgage calculator’s quick result: After typing the variables in the gray fields, you can have your max loan cost with monthly cost calculation. You may find many other sites offering this calculator, Read more […]

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Yahoo Continues Boosting US Search Share in January with Firefox Deals

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February 3, 2015

StatCounter has reported that Yahoo has again gained the highest search market share in the US. In November, this search share was 8.6% in US for Yahoo and in this month of January, it has increased to 10.9%. The initial gain was taken place from November to December after the default search deal of Yahoo with Firefox. The first time Google has gone below 75% search share in the US, according to StatCounter and comScore reported two weeks ago that Yahoo has the share to 11.8% from 10.2%. Read more […]

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Use The Latest “Trash Can” Feature in Google Analytics To Recover Your Deleted Data

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January 30, 2015

Google Analytics has been rolling out new feature “Trash Can” from the last few days and it will help the users to recover their deleted data. It has been announced that data like properties, views or accounts can be reclaimed after 35 days if you delete your data or accidentally it will be deleted. You need to update this feature in your account to get the privileges and you can reclaim data deleted from last 27 February. However, Google said that it will be rolled out over the next month. This Read more […]

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PLA Product Target Data Will Be Live For Downloading Before March 23

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January 29, 2015

For PLA (Legacy Product Listing Ad), the product target data will no longer live with the old feature. Google has already confirmed that the auto target tab will not hold the product target data after 23 March. Therefore, the shopping campaigns will be changed and will be rooted newly. After the announced date, product target data will not available for older campaigns, but he PLAs performance data for general level will live for the campaigns. In addition, the ad group data tab is also removed Read more […]

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Google Blocking Works on Mobile Search Description For Search Results

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January 27, 2015

A female technician from Google, Zineb Ait Bahajji posted on Google+ that if the webmaster blocks the crawlers from their site, Google would show an unable message to searchers for snippets of mobile search results. In August 2012, Google included a desktop version of this feature that they would show unable message to searchers in search results snippet if a webmaster blocks GoogleBot. This feature is enabled in mobile version also and this time mobile version will block Google even when Read more […]

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Weekly Pics Search: Glass Mug, Pool Table & Paper Card From Google In Social Media Pics

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January 25, 2015

In pics search, we have collected some latest images from social media websites. This week’s pics are from Google Products addressing the search engine people’s lifestyle and their used products. Here we are showing in what they drink, where they play, what toys they acquire and much more. Check them out in social media pics:   Google Glass Mug: Source_ Google+   Google Kirkland Coffee Bar: Source_ Google+   Google Analytics Developer Glass: Source_ Read more […]

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Time For Addressing Mobile SEO Has Come!

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January 25, 2015

It is rumored that the year of mobile has begun and I have found revolution of mobile traffic for marketers. Walmart also reported that they got about 70% traffic by mobile users during thanksgiving and Target reported having about 60% mobile traffic. Not only the eCommerce sites, B2B, B2C, and other non-profit sites are very prospectus for mobile traffic. Do You Prioritize Mobile Compatible Design For Your Site? I have observed that I got more than 600 mobile organic traffic last year Read more […]

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Google Analytics Enables Automatic Currency Conversion in AdWords Now

January 24, 2015

Google has declared yesterday that AdWords and Google Analytics will go for same currency and thus automatic currency conversion will be enabled in AdWords. This will make a milestone for monitoring the cost data in different currencies in AdWords than Analytics. Cost data- cost, CPC and ROAS can be automatically converted and Google Analytics will help you out in comparative cost data from AdWords. The easy access to currency conversion and comparison will lead to an easier life. Google Read more […]

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Google’s Interface Has been Found in Bing’s Testing!!!

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January 23, 2015

After Yahoo, Bing has also been seen practicing the same search design interface as Google! The early days of this week, Yahoo has tested a similar search design style like Google. Ruben Gomez has found the interesting test on Bing using the same design for Google yesterday. The screenshot of Bing Design Test: The screenshot for common user of Bing Search Engine: Live Google Result are shown in the screenshot: The instructive video walk-through for Bing Test by Ruben Gomez. Read more […]

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Google Home Page And Search Engine Are Suggested To Set As Default For Firefox Users

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January 22, 2015

Google just loses their share from searching and Yahoo has gained the reputation by replacing the share of Google. Firefox deal of Yahoo is much responsible for grabbing the search share. Google is now getting on suggesting people to make the search engine and home page in default by hitting the suggestion tab showing for users. After the deal was announced, from November it had been checked regularly for the Google’s promotion. Last day it has been changed in Firefox and Google is promoting Read more […]

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Google Is Still Searching More Than 1 Trillion Searches Every Year

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January 18, 2015

Google shared an update about the searches per year data in 2012 for the last time and did not tell the exact information at all. It is also not being known the amount of searched that Google is doing per year. So always, there is a burning question is that “How many times Google searches for the users per year, month or day?” However, this notorious search engine are not interested to share any figure without our estimation. It can be assumed that more than 1 Trillion searches are done every Read more […]

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Google Knows Now When NFL Super Bowl XLIX Is Starting With Schedule Updates!

January 18, 2015

It was published very widely reporting in a recent news update of many sites that Google cannot provide data for the NFL Super Bowl XLIX!!! I have shared a screen from Search Engine Land below. In all the news it was reported that asking Google with following keywords, Google could not respond by giving the start time for the super bowl. It was held on 2nd February last year and it’s on 1st February this year. I have demonstrated the keywords one after one and successfully Google can give Read more […]

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Google Visitor Center Is Coming In BETA Version

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January 17, 2015

GooglePlex, the Google headquarter situated in Mountain View, California was not randomly accessible in past years.  You must have to get permissions from authorized administration by working there or knowing someone who works there. But in 2015, Google is now opening Google Visitor Center for allowing random people without the previous protocols. It has been reported that the new visitor center has been released! A Google technician, Danny Sullivan has snapped some photos and shared the Read more […]

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Google Delivers An Animated Turkey For Thanksgiving

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November 28, 2014

  It’s Thanksgiving! Yay! Another roasted turkey on the dinner table. A compilation of organic goods and other harvests fill our plate as we celebrate Thanksgiving. In unity with all the people celebrating, Google’s new doodle features an animated turkey. Ain’t that cute? It’s cool to see the word Google spelled-out using orange autumn leaves, and as the centerpiece, the second O in Google is being replaced by the turkey’s round body. Whoever made that really shared a piece of Read more […]

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