Google talks about its latest search quality improvements

Google has decided to talk about some of the search quality improvements it has made to improve search quality.

Google Raters get a cut in hours and start to speak out

We all know about Google Raters, but there's an interesting article where some raters have spoken out over a cut in their hours. There's some interesting detail in the full article.

Google Raters get a cut in hours and start to speak out

We all know about Google Raters, but there's an interesting article where some raters have spoken out over a cut in their hours. There's some interesting detail in the full article.

Does Ecommerce tracking matters on URL in Google analytics?

Hi Everyone,

I'm working for a ecommerce store, currently it is on domain 'store.example.com', client wants to switch it on 'example.com/store'.

Have you moved back from HTTPS to HTTP

Over at WebmasterWorld there's a thread about a member considering moving back from HTTPS to HTTP because of the site and pages dropping in the SERPs.

Google showing Events in App and Mobile Web in the U.S., and how to get your event listed

Google is now showing events in its app and mobile web in the U.S., so if you have an event you can add your code and, hopefully, it'll list the event.

Google Chrome Ad Blocking Explained

In April a story broke that Google was to introduce an ad blocker to Chrome, however, it was slightly misunderstood, but expalined in a detailed thread at WebmasterWorld.

Attempting to Define Duplicate Content

Google's Gary Illyes was asked for the definition of duplicate content, and although he's answered, as below, it's obvious that it's still not a 100 definition.

Can Firefox 54 revive the browser's market share?

Mozilla has released Firefox 54 and makes great claims of it being considerably faster and less resource intensive.