Entries Tagged as 'Google'

Google Acquires Nest Labs for $3.2B

January 15th, 2014 · No Comments · Google

Google has done it again, they’ve acquired yet another company, Nest Labs, which takes unloved products in the home and make simple, beautiful, thoughtful things.  Specifically, they’ve reinvented the home thermostats and smoke alarms. This will push Google into the homes of millions and give them the opportunity to expand on smart home developments.  Internet connected […]

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Google Instant is Instantly Cool With Me

September 18th, 2010 · No Comments · Google

The instant pros of Google Instant is that you’ll likely gain more visitors to your website, that is if your website is already ranked high in the search results for popular keyword phrases. Google Instant provides the web user with suggestions according to volume data. Last week, Google introduced Google Instant to the general public. […]

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Google Search Launches Twitter Real-Time Search Results

December 10th, 2009 · No Comments · Google, Twitter

Google embeds twitter real-time search results into their search result pages (5th rank down). This new search tier has got to be a welcomed source of income for Twitter. I am sure there is a deal between the two which will fatten Twitter pockets. This new type of search will make it even more important […]

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Google Maps Introduces Real Estate Search

November 21st, 2009 · No Comments · Google

Google Maps has a new real estate feature, it can now perform full real estate searches. If you are currently in the market for a new home, then Google’s real estate search may be able to help. To get real estate queries, simply enter the address of the home for sale or enter the local […]

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Google Celebrates 40th Anniversary of Sesame Street November 2009

November 9th, 2009 · No Comments · Google

Google celebrates anniversary of Sesame Street November 2009 with homepage logos starting from November 4th 2009. Check ’em out, Nov 09, 2009 Sesame Street: Count von Count – (Selected Countries) Nov 08, 2009 Sesame Street: Elmo – (Selected Countries) Nov 07, 2009 Sesame Street: Oscar – (Selected Countries) Nov 06, 2009 Sesame Street: Bert and […]

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Is Google Penalizing for Non-Paid Links?

October 16th, 2009 · No Comments · Google, Link Building

First time I’ve heard of a website being penalized for using non-paid links. I think we all can agree that affiliate links are basically “PAID LINKS” and its understood that Google does not agree with paid links that pass link juice. Therefore, website who neglect to properly use the nofollow attribute may feel the wrath. […]

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Confused About Google Search-Based Keyword Tool? Here’s Some Help!

October 14th, 2009 · No Comments · Google

Google’s search-based keyword tool hasn’t lived up to its hype and seems others may be confused about it’s use. Google has added a HELP section on the sidebar of the tools homepage, including a help video. This is an indication to me that most users are confused about its use and the concept of the […]

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Gmail Notifier – “Cannot connect to your mailbox. Service temporarily unavailable”

May 7th, 2009 · No Comments · Google

If you have installed the latest version of Gmail Notifier on Windows you may experience issues when trying to get it to work properly. You may continue to receive a message “Cannot connect to your mailbox. Service temporarily unavailable.” The most likely cause for this is that you are using https:// in your Gmail settings, […]

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GrandCentral is Officially Becoming Google Voice

March 12th, 2009 · No Comments · Google

GrandCentral is Google’s Voice Over IP (VoIP) call forwarding and management platform. It allows you to have a single phone number for the rest of life that can be used for varying purposes. The single phone number can forward to any phone or device of your choice. The concept is to make managing multiple phone […]

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Adsense Cleanup is Google’s Bail Out

March 5th, 2009 · No Comments · Google

Lately, people have been asking me of alternatives to Google Adwords. Most people complain about the quality scoring and high bid rates. It seems Google is losing customers due to frustrated users, especially newbies who are seeking an easy solution of getting targeted traffic without feeling ripped off. Another complaint I’ve been hearing is the […]

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