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Google gives another slap in the face to SEO – NOT PROVIDED

Around the same time that Google applied “Not Provided” to analytics they facilitated the addition of regular analytics into the paid search adwords reporting console. No matter what your viewpoint; the coincidences just keep mounting.

Hummingbird — So Quick It Arrived a Month Ago!

Google waited for its 15th birthday before announcing a move it made a month ago. The Hummingbird algorithm change effects 90% of websites.

Google Search Introduces Social Results & the Knowledge Graph

It’s how you find the telephone number of your favorite pizza joint, it’s how you reconnect with long-lost relatives, it’s how you learn about things never taught in school textbooks — it’s Google Search. Google Search has revolutionized the way we access information, and they’ve just launched two tools that will make the information-seeking experience […]

Social Media and the Job Hunt

Does anyone even look in the newspaper for jobs anymore? Searching through social media for jobs is one of the most common ways the unemployed look for work. Employers are posting openings on LinkedIn, tweeting about positions and recruiting on Facebook. If you find a job opening online, chances are your future employer will also […]

Ranking Outside of your Physical Location on Google Places

For businesses without a storefront, local search can get tricky. Google wants to avoid a business appearing in search results if that business does not have a physical location in the city searched. They address this in the Google Places Quality Guidelines, where they disallow PO boxes and fake addresses. The only known exception to […]

Google Maps Reveals New Visibility Features

Google Maps has just undergone a makeover, and Google claims it’s now better than ever. Changes in format, ads, colors, images, and routes are among the additions; but what does this mean for your local business? More than likely, they will make you more visible and convenient for a potential customer to find you. What’s […]

News From Google I/O – Google+ Changes

In our world at Turn The Page, the annual Google I/O conference is headlining news. We’re following the announcements and preparing for big changes. Google I/O began on Wednesday in San Francisco. The three day conference for software developers features the newest software for Android phones, updated apps, user experience improvements, and much, much more. […]

Google Now- Now Available for iOS

Google Now- Google’s predictive search service- is now available to iPhone and iPad users. Google Now has been available for Android devices since last summer and has gone from its early stages to possibly shear genius since then. The way it has evolved in just the last year leads us to believe desktop users may […]

Taking Advantage of Google Authorship

If you’re not using Google Authorship to help your website get more traffic from Google, maybe it’s time you took a closer look. Google Authorship made its debut at the end of 2011 and since then we’ve seen an increasing number of established bloggers and companies embracing its benefits. Let’s take a look at Authorship […]

Despite loyal following, Google discontinuing Reader

Google announced earlier this week that they are retiring Google Reader on July 1st this year. In Google’s blog, they stated that “we know Reader has a devoted following who will be very sad to see it go. We’re sad too.” Google Reader is an aggregator of content from web feeds (aka RSS feeds). Many […]