Search engine optimization (SEO) is possibly one of the most talked about subjects in the online marketing world. A huge aspect of this is […]
Looking for a new job? Amit Singhal, Alphabet/Google’s senior vice president of search is retiring. This interesting news came to us from Seeking Alpha in their article, […]
Google is planning to build another data center in Clarksville, Tennessee. This will make the eighth data center for the technological giant. This interesting information came […]
Every year at the Gartner Symposium, a list of top technology trends are predicted for the year to come. These aren’t meant to be […]
A couple weeks ago, Google changed its algorithm to give preference to 'mobile-friendly' sites when users perform a search on a mobile device. The change was coined as 'Mobilegeddon' because of the potential to bury websites that haven't been optimized to display correctly on various sizes of mobile devices, while also boosting the ranking of mobile-friendly sites.
Google has started on an adventure that could change health care and medicine as well as add a whole new avenue of work. Google’s Head of Life Sciences, Andrew Conrad, recently announced that the company is building a nanoparticle platform that could one day be used to continuously measure a person’s health through ingestible nanoparticles.
It is like half of an encyclopedia. If more people, businesses, writers, users, etc. are posting content to social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc., why isn’t Google indexing this information?