Category Archives: Google


It looks like Google is in the middle of a layout change. The left side navigation menu is now above results and I’m seeing fewer knowledge graph results. The first thing I notice is that it’s easier for me to focus on the organic results without the clutter on the left side. I’ll continue looking read more…


Matt Cutts, Google’s head of webspam, announced at Pubcon that a new tool: Disavow Links within Webmaster Tools. Google Webmaster Blog: If you’ve ever been caught up in linkspam, you may have seen a message in Webmaster Tools about “unnatural links” pointing to your site. We send you this message when we see evidence of read more…


On September 4th, 1998, two Stanford University students named Larry and Sergey formed a privately-held company called Google, named after the Internet search engine they had begun developing more than two years earlier.  Today, that company celebrates fourteen years of innovation and success. As Google continues into its second decade, ongoing efforts have been made read more…


How much is a search engine like a human being when it comes to gathering data in the world around it and making judgments about that data? You can break the human sensory system down into five parts: vision, taste, smell, feel, and audio. Our visual system has at least two major parts, with rods read more…


It’s impossible to read the latest news in our industry without noticing the tone of immediate concern that so many others have. Ever since the more recent Panda updates started taking a significant toll on SERPs linked with popular trending keywords, everyone has been pointing at Google and blaming the company for the increasingly poor read more…


Google continues to roll out new offerings with their primary product: search. Moving into the mobile market, the social space, and other areas, Google has constantly been trying their hand at new functions, growing their reach and relevance, and for their sake, an ever-increasing user-base that enjoys what they offer. Even in the midst of read more…