Let’s take a trip down memory lane to November 4th 2016 when this article got published on the ‘Google Webmaster Central Blog’. On that day, Google announced it would change the indexing and ranking of websites to better help mobile users find what they are looking for when conducting a Google search. Google took this
Bing will follow in Google footsteps and unveil its own mobile-friendly ranking algorithm in the upcoming months. Unlike Google, it will not set a date for when the algorithm will set in and is taking a slower approach to it in order to better communicate the changes and reduce potential whiplash from webmasters. Despite the
Happy April Fools to all our readers and search engine marketing fans.
Google is testing a new approach that will help improve its search results and provide a better web experience for mobile users.
According to the report, Facebook revenue in 2014 increased by 58 percent compared to 2013 results and reached over 1.39 billion monthly active users – an increase of 34 percent years-over-year.
Apple Unveils Its New CarPlay System to Make Your Driving Into a Smarter, Safer and More Fun Experience
A new software from Apple called CarPlay will allow drivers to access their iPhone features including calls, messages, music and maps, through Siri voice control, built-in display touchscreen, and controls embedded in their steering wheel.
The #1 social media network, Facebook, will be rolling out a new news-reading mobile app called Paper as a portal for news as well as social media updates. The slick-looking app will be available for smartphones and tablets.
Searchengineland.com recently reported that a Forrester Research study states US mobile paid search will account for $ 3.8 billion in revenue by the end of 2013. IAB reported that that the US mobile ad revenue was slightly below $3 billion for the first half of the year, and they expect higher spending on mobile paid ads in the second half. So it is safe to predict that the mobile ad revenue in the US is expected to be approximately $7 billion in 2013. Nowadays mobile search accounts for around 40 to 60 % of Google searches, so it is very reasonable to estimate that mobile paid search will arrive at that figure of earnings. The report also shows that today 64% of the mobile phones in the US are Smartphone mobile devices and predicts that by the end of 2013 this number will increase to 72%. It is obvious that mobile paid search will continue to grow.
China's Vivo smartphone manufacturer will be rolling out to the market its new Xplay3S device that will feature a 2560 x 1440 resolution. The company has not yet announced the dimensions of the device but it is expected to be the 5.5-inch Quad HD display.
Google is constantly looking for new opportunities to make changes and increase profit. One of the companies’ goals is to anticipate user’s needs by offering innovative products and features capable of building value for its image and branding. In retrospect, Google had more storage than any other email service when Gmail was launched and constant updates in Google Advertising have provided efficient ways to promote businesses virtually over the past few years.
Keeping in mind its innovative culture, Google Inc. has recently announced a new move that will impact more than new tools to optimize Google Advertising and Gmail. A Smartphone aware of its environment which will be sold at a fair price was confirmed as Google’s new company product and is going to be produced by the Motorola Handset division bought by Google in May 2012.