Earlier this year we wrote about how search engine Bing has released a link disavow tool for those websites trying to optimise around their algorithm. It was a bold step in the fight against web-spammers, although seemingly redundant from Bing.
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Google provides a wide variety of useful online tools, free of charge. Google’s tools allow you to do everything from access word processing functions online, to getting directions to a specific destination.
The new image search interface was launched last year along with Google Voice Search for Android, and was very well received. It gave people the option to search for a topic based on a picture they had, whether to find a better quality version of the image, finding source of the picture or just looking up some information related to it.
There are always a few different Google products kicking around, of varying levels of use and popularity. Every now and then, Google cleans house, and they’re announcing it again right now.
We mentioned in an earlier article that we’ve been doing some research into the way that Google Localisation is affecting search engine results, and we’ve started to wonder if Google has forgotten that it’s a search engine.
In its never ending quest for the most intuitive search technology possible, Google has just released the latest tweak to its user interface: Google Instant. According to Google, it’s a new search enhancement, that lets you see results (for what Google thinks you’re searching for) as you type.
Google, in conjunction with the US Small Business Administration, has launched a new site aimed at providing small business owners with the tools and advice they need to help them succeed online.
Google SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) is becoming a vital part of online marketing and success. It is aimed at making Google see your website as very relevant in response to certain keywords and key phrases.
If you’re a regular Google user, you might have been served up a different version of the Google search page recently. Google has been tweaking its user interface, to make it easier for people to find the information they’re looking for, and testing it with random appearances.
For some time now, Google has offered a set of document related applications built into their user accounts. Google Docs allows you to create, store and share your documents online, which means they’re accessible any time, from anywhere.
Google has just released a new version of its popular (and useful) keyword tool. The new tool for keyword research is still in it’s beta version, and provides an updated interface, as well as additional keyword data.
Google Trends is a public web tool released by Google, that provides a graphic representation of how frequently any given term is searched for, according to date, region and language.
Following on from our last article, in which we discussed the new Google Caffeine algorithm that’s in development, here’s a handy little tool that lets you compare the results of the existing Google search infrastructure with results using the proposed new Google “caffeine” algorithm.