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Google’s April 21 search results bombshell; are you ready? #ad

Google believes mobile users are being shortchanged by webmasters. Many websites treat mobile as an afterthought and do little to assure that mobile visitors can use the site easily. On April 21, Google will change its search algorithm to reward sites that are “mobile friendly”. If you don’t comply, your site ranking will decline. The […]

Mobile search: Americans searched for restaurants the most, followed by gas stations!

A report by local-mobile ad network xAd has shown some very promising numbers for the mobile search and ad market. The US based Q4-2011 data has been collected from mobile sites and apps that run the ads of xAd as well as the related user behavior taken into account. xAd reported high performance for the ads it served, including click-through rates of seven percent for search and .6 percent for display.

Google has now changed back to a similar look for the Google bar!

Google has now changed back to a similar look for the Google bar from back in November. Google said: “Based on your feedback, we realized there were some elements of the new bar that we could improve, and with that in mind, we're introducing an updated version that we believe will provide a better experience. The new design retains many of the feature changes we made in November that proved popular, including a unified search box and Google+ sharing and notifications across Google

Mobile search: Americans searched for restaurants the most, followed by gas stations!

A report by local-mobile ad network xAd has shown some very promising numbers for the mobile search and ad market. The US based Q4-2011 data has been collected from mobile sites and apps that run the ads of xAd as well as the related user behavior taken into account. xAd reported high performance for the ads it served, including click-through rates of seven percent for search and .6 percent for display

Google updated search results for queries involving punctuation marks and symbols!

Google usually ignores punctuation and mathematical symbols from a query because it doesn't index them. Recently, Google has updated its search results for queries involving punctuation marks and symbols