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Google: Small Sites Can Outrank Big Sites Google: Small Sites Can Outrank Big Sites

The latest Webmaster Help video from Google takes on a timeless subject: small sites being able to outrank big sites. It happens from time to time, but how can it be done? Do you have the resources to do it? …

Are You Buying The Answers Google Is Selling You? Are You Buying The Answers Google Is Selling You?

Google is once again displaying some questionable content in its Knowledge Graph-style results, and displaying it as the answer to your question. Have you personally come across questionable content in the Knowledge Graph? Let us know in the comments. “We …

Google Maps Lets You Browse Old Street View Imagery Google Maps Lets You Browse Old Street View Imagery

Google has updated Google Maps to enable users to look at historical imagery using Street View. Users can browse imagery dating bak to 2007. This shows you how: “Now with Street View, you can see a landmark’s growth from the …

Google Glass Champion Has Realization at Skrillex Show Google Glass Champion Has Realization at Skrillex Show

Sudden clarity Robert Scoble had a realization at a Skrillex show recently. Robert Scoble was at a Skrillex show? Yes, it was Coachella. Oh, ok. Proceed. Google has a serious problem when it comes to Google Glass. Check out his …

Contact Lenses Are Getting Smarter Thanks To Google Contact Lenses Are Getting Smarter Thanks To Google

Contact lenses have been helping people see without the aid of glasses since 1888. In that time, the contact lens hasn’t changed all that much. The century old tech is in for a big overhaul in the coming years, however, …

Google Answers AdWords Questions In New Video Google Answers AdWords Questions In New Video

Google has released a new “Ask AdWords” video discussing Webmaster Tools, “Site Not Working,” remarketing and conversion tracking. A couple guys from Google’s AdWords team respond to real questions from people asked via social media. Of course you can always …

AT&T Pulls a Google, Announces Multi-Metro Fiber Expansion AT&T Pulls a Google, Announces Multi-Metro Fiber Expansion

AT&T has pulled a Google and announced a “major initiative to expand its ultra-fast fiber network.” Like Google, who made a similar announcement back in February, AT&T is looking at some major metropolitan areas, scoping out the logistics, and saying …

Google Unveils New Ad Features And Tools Google Unveils New Ad Features And Tools

Google held an AdWords announcement event today to reveal a number of new things for Google search ads, the Display Network, YouTube and AdMob. Here’s the full keynote: A new AdMob feature will enable advertisers to target people based on …

Here’s Nas Giving A Talk At Google Here’s Nas Giving A Talk At Google

Rap star Nas, who has been getting a lot of media attention for the 20th anniversary of his landmark album Illmatic, recently stopped by Google’s New York office to have a conversation with Sacha Jenkins as part of the “Talks …

Rufous Hummingbird Gets Top Billing In Google’s Earth Day Doodle Rufous Hummingbird Gets Top Billing In Google’s Earth Day Doodle

Google has an interesting doodle up for Earth Day. It’s animated, and it shows several different animals as you click. You can click the search icon to learn more about each one. The Rufous Hummingbird appears first. Here’s a closer …

Google’s ‘Rules Of Thumb’ For When You Buy A Domain Google’s ‘Rules Of Thumb’ For When You Buy A Domain

Google has a new Webmaster Help video out, in which Matt Cutts talks about buying domains that have had trouble with Google in the past, and what to do. Here’s the specific question he addresses: How can we check to …

Yahoo Appears To Be Testing Its Own Version Of Knowledge Graph Yahoo Appears To Be Testing Its Own Version Of Knowledge Graph

Yahoo appears to be testing a new type of search results that resemble Google’s Knowledge Graph and Bing’s version of that. The test was spotted by All Google Testing (via Search Engine Land), which shared this look: Here’s what it …

Google Shopping Campaigns Get New Upgrade Option Google Shopping Campaigns Get New Upgrade Option

Google launched a new upgrade option for Shopping Campaigns, its new type of Product Listing Ads. This one lets you base a Shopping campaign on a regular PLA campaign. Regular PLA campaigns will go away in August, so advertisers are …

Google Starts Weekly Trends Roundup Google Starts Weekly Trends Roundup

Google announced that it will be sharing “a regular look back” at some of the top trending searches each Friday. We’ll see if this lasts longer than the monthly lists of algorithms they used to post, or if people will …

Google Penalizes PostJoint, Another Guest Blog Network Google Penalizes PostJoint, Another Guest Blog Network

Google has taken out another guest blog network. This time it’s PostJoint. Techtada tweeted about it to Matt Cutts (via Search Engine Land), who responded: @techtada any link or guest blog network that claims to have "zero footprints" is waving …

Schema.org Enters Its ‘Next Chapter’ Schema.org Enters Its ‘Next Chapter’

In 2011, Google, Microsoft (Bing) and Yahoo, the big three search engines (Yandex later joined), teamed up to launch Schema.org, an initiative to support a common set of schemas for structured data markup on webpages. This week, the companies announced …

Google Trends Adds Email Notifications Google Trends Adds Email Notifications

Google just announced that it’s adding email notifications to Google Trends. You can subscribe to any topic, hot searches for any country, or any U.S. monthly top chart. You can also get notifications about search interest in any topic. “I’m …

Google Analytics Lets You Look At Web And App Data Together, Simplifies Language Google Analytics Lets You Look At Web And App Data Together, Simplifies Language

Google announced that it is adding the ability to see both web and app data in a single reporting view in Google Analytics. This should be quite helpful as consumers continue to access sites and apps through an increasing number …

Cutts Talks SEO ‘Myths,’ Says To Avoid ‘Group Think’ Cutts Talks SEO ‘Myths,’ Says To Avoid ‘Group Think’

In the latest “Webmaster Help” video, Matt Cutts talks about SEO “myths”. He responds to this question: What are some of the biggest SEO Myths you see still being repeated (either at conferences, or in blogs, etc.)? There are a …

Driverless Cars More Popular Than Lab Meat and Brain Implants, At Least Driverless Cars More Popular Than Lab Meat and Brain Implants, At Least

The Pew Research Internet Project just published the results of a big survey on “science in the next 50 years,” and the general finding is that the majority of Americans think technological advancements with make life better. One area of …

The 20th Most Popular Person On Google+ Tells You How To Use It Better The 20th Most Popular Person On Google+ Tells You How To Use It Better

As businesses face drastic drops in the organic reach of their Facebook posts, there are no doubt some shifting focus over to Google+. With recent reports, who could blame them? Forrester says marketers need to be using it. Shareaholic says …