Archive for March, 2018

Google Play to Compete With iTunes


Google, who has long since been getting criticism for having its digital media services splintered, announced today the launch of Google Play. Google Play is cloud-based and consists of Android Market, Google Music, Google Movies, and the Google eBookstore. They will all merge together as a unified media…

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How Google+ Can Help Restaurants With SEO

Since the creation of the first Google+ pages in 2011, businesses have been attempting to figure out how it works. At its start, most people did not know its use and simply made a page in order to save their brand name. However, businesses are now seeing the benefits and…

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Google Does RSS

Has Google finally embraced RSS with their new XML
powered Sitemaps program? Well, sort of, but it seems
more like a hug than a strong impassioned embrace!

It does use XML technology which allows for the
crawling and updating of your site’s web pages.
You can even include your…

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An Introduction to Google Sitemaps

… and why I ‘m dying to get finally in the Google SERP

Have you also experienced that getting indexed on Google, despite the Google crawler visits each day your site, is getting tougher and tougher, not to say it’s apparently almost impossible in short term?! Between us, in the…

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Does Google Hire “Mad Scientists?”

Online search giant, Google, often tests the waters for new
services by rolling out a “beta” (first) version of an idea
to gauge public reaction.

By employing this strategy, it’s easy to imagine a building
full of creative, “mad scientist” types cooking up the
latest and greatest online gizmos…

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Google News – Just Another Article Announcer?

In Google’s recent battle towards becoming an international news center, I’ve come to notice that the results delivered from Google News seems like nothing more than the articles we publish everyday. So I ask, doesn’t it seem like Google News resembles an article directory of some sorts…

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