SEO Vs Google Panda Update : Google Panda Update SEO Survival Tips

By Garry Przyklenk at Search Engine Watch Google Panda 2.2 is looming to drop sometime soon, and with it, increasing levels of apprehension in the small business community on fears of further collateral damage to organic search traffic. As a speaker at SES Toronto this year, I had the distinct honor of accompanying Dave Davies,Thom Craver and Terry […]

Perfect Search Engine : How Would You Create The Perfect Search Engine?

By George Michie at Search Engine Land At the most recent Search Insider Summit, Aaron Goldman moderated a terrific panel titled “The Perfect Search Engine” (video here). Panelists evaluated how the perfect search engine (“PSE”) might take information (voice, text, other signals), how it should display that information, and what factors should carry the […]

Hosting Related Issues : Tips for hosting providers and webmasters by Google

At Google Webmaster Central Blog By Pierre Far, Webmaster Trends Analyst Some webmasters on our forums ask about hosting-related issues affecting their sites. To help both hosting providers and webmasters recognize, diagnose, and fix such problems, we’d like to share with you some of the common problems we’ve seen and suggest how […]

Interesting Infographics of 2011: Twitter, Websites, Mobile Video, Gamification & Data Centers

By  MELISSA FACH at Search Engine Journal. Here are 5 interesting infographics we found this week on Twitter, perfect websites, taming mobile video, gamification and data centers in 2011. This is a long page to scroll through, but it has a lot of interesting data. Some of the infographics can be enlarged […]

Happy Birthday Google : Google Turns 13 – Google history & key milestones

Happy B’day Google – 13th Birthday In 1996, Larry and Sergey became Stanford computer science grad students, begin collaborating on a search engine called BackRub. BackRub operates on Stanford servers for more than a year—eventually taking up too much bandwidth to suit the university. In 1997, Larry and Sergey decide […]

Google Guidelines For Creating Multi-Regional And Multilingual Sites – SEO for Multilingual & Multi-Regional Websites

Multi-regional and multilingual sites & SEO – Google Guidelines A multilingual website is any website that offers content in more than one language. Examples of multilingual websites might include a Canadian business with an English and a French version of its site, or a blog on Latin American soccer available in […]