Yet another new ranking algorithm for your non mobile website has been officially released from Google. This one might start to sway your resistance to creating a mobile version.
Target recently worked with company PointInside to update their mobile app to help in-store customers with their shopping.
Being on a mobile performance kick lately, I found an article that sheds some light on mobile and desktop CTR and how there is still a massive difference between the two.
Google Webmaster Central blog just posted this new update today: http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2014/10/tracking-mobile-usability-in-webmaster.html
Google testing always keeps us on our toes. What is served up in a sidebar or in the rich snippets varies at an alarming rate and ultimately it is Google that decides what you are going to see.
Here is another reason why websites should start looking into developing mobile friendly websites.
The Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) recently released some information regarding World Cup view
With the help of some linux hackers, you can now have an Android phone, that is completely free of Google's software!
Google announced yesterday that they are now able to index pages with in a mobile app and then display them with a coresponding site with in mobile search results.
Article looking at CTRs on mobile devices. Essentially, the point here is if you're on page one, enjoy it, but if you're not, things get dicey for ya...
If you haven't heard of Google Now yet, you really should take a look at it....a serious look at it....This mobile app/platform tracks your movement
I've been having a play with the Google Databoard http://think.withgoogle.com/databoard/ and it seems to have a lot of potential.
Infographic is a bit shallow, but gives something of an overview.
.. but for reasons like this, this is why (on balance) I still love the company.
Google’s official blog has just post about changes to the search result for mobiles.
Google has intorduced quickview. Here is a quick round up by barry on the subject.
Google recently announced (via) the buy of Behavio, wh
Back in 2010 Google admitted to using WIFI receivers installed on their Google "Street View" cars to download d
In conjunction with prior layoffs last year, Google is expected to lay off 1,200 employees with in t
Google recently applied for an experimental license from the FCC to "test up to 50 base stations and 200 user devices [...] Base stations will be indoors and outdoors, with the range of each 100-20
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