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Google Launches Gmail Postmaster Tools To Help Improve Deliverability, Improves Spam Filter

Google Launches Gmail Postmaster Tools To Help Improve Deliverability, Improves Spam Filter

Google just announced the launch of Gmail Postmaster Tools to help senders of emails that people actually want do better at avoiding spam filters and actually get their messages seen by the recipient. The company says it is to help qualified high-volume senders analyze their email, as it includes data on delivery errors, spam reports, and reputation so they can …

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Google Glass Picture Taking Could Get Even Dweebier

Google Glass Picture Taking Could Get Even Dweebier

If you thought you looked cool wearing Google Glass before, wait till you see this. Google has been awarded a patent that allows “a computing device, such as a head-mountable device (HMD), to capture and process images in response to a user placing their hands in, and then withdrawing their hands from, a frame formation” In other words, Google wants …

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Here’s How Much Google’s Indexing Of Tweets Has Grown

Here’s How Much Google’s Indexing Of Tweets Has Grown

Earlier this year, after we learned that Google and Twitter had partnered on tweet indexing again, but before any integration was actually announced, Stone Temple Consulting studied how many tweets Google was indexing. Now that the partnership has been in effect for a while, the study has been updated. Have you noticed any direct effects of Google’s new partnership with …

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Google Launches ‘Paid Search Best Practices’ Email Newsletter

Google Launches ‘Paid Search Best Practices’ Email Newsletter

Google announced the launch of a new email newsletter, which it will send out once a month to subscribing advertisers. It’s called Google Best Practices, and aims to give advertisers advice on improving their campaigns. “We get it. You’re busy. Staying on top of your AdWords game is important, but there are only so many hours in the day (or …

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Can Simply Asking For A Link Now Get You Penalized In Google? [Updated]

Can Simply Asking For A Link Now Get You Penalized In Google? [Updated]

It’s nothing new for Google to try to get webmasters to stop focusing on getting links to help their search rankings. Buying links has long been a major no-no, and has hurt plenty of sites over the years as Google catches on and penalizes them in search results. Now, the company is saying not to even ask for a link. …

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Google Is Testing Self-Driving Cars in Austin

Google Is Testing Self-Driving Cars in Austin

Last month, a fleet of Google’s self-driving cars hit public roads in California. Before that, testing on private roads had always happened around Mountain View. Now, for the first time, Google has taken its self-driving cars outside of California. The company is now testing the technology in Austin, Texas. Well, car, that is. “It’s summertime, so millions of Americans are …

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Google Adds Engagement Columns In Reporting For Lightbox Ads

Google Adds Engagement Columns In Reporting For Lightbox Ads

Google announced that it is adding three new columns to AdWords Display reporting later this month. It says these will give advertisers who use Lightbox ads an easier way to view engagements, engagement rate, and average CPE metrics. Google said in a note on the AdWords Google+ page: These new columns will help advertisers easily differentiate engagement metrics (when someone …

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Google Tests Waze-Powered Ride Service

Google Tests Waze-Powered Ride Service

Google is testing a Waze-powered carpooling program in Israel, according to multiple reports. The service, called RideWith, will let people pay drivers a “small fee for a ride to and from work,” reports Reuters. The service launched today in Tel Aviv. So, is Google jumping into the on-demand ridesharing space – and does Uber now have some big competition? Not …

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Google Launches Hugely Helpful Cloud Console App

Google Launches Hugely Helpful Cloud Console App

Google just launched a new Google Cloud Console mobile app for Android with its iOS counterpart on the way. The app lets you manage your Google Cloud Platform resource from your phone. You can look at your system’s health, view projects, set alerts, and monitor billing and resources. To put this in perspective, Google shares this little scenario: You knew …

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Yahoo Said To Show Google Results Instead Of Bing In Firefox

Yahoo Said To Show Google Results Instead Of Bing In Firefox

Well, this is odd. Yahoo is reportedly displaying search results – both organic and paid – that are powered by Google when some users search using Mozilla’s Firefox web browser. That is according to Aaron Wall at SEOBook, who has screenshots comparing the usual Bing-powered version of results and the Google-powered ones. It’s completely unclear just how widespread this is …

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Google Asks Webmasters About Combining Sites In Search Console (Webmaster Tools)

Google Asks Webmasters About Combining Sites In Search Console (Webmaster Tools)

Google wants to know if webmasters would find it useful to combine different sites in Search Console (formerly Webmaster Tools). The company has a survey out inquiring about the subject. “For example, to view a combined Search Analytics report that includes different URL versions of your site (http and https) and different subdomains (mobile and international subdomains),” Google explains in …

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Interstitials May Start Hurting Your Search Rankings

Interstitials May Start Hurting Your Search Rankings

Ahead of Google’s mobile-friendly update in in April, there was talk around the SEO industry that interstitials (content that appears over top of a page, which impedes the process of getting to the desired page) could be looked upon as hurting the mobile user experience, and therefore hurt webmasters in in rankings as Google started to take into account the …

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