Now, even if you are not in the office, you can easily find out how many people have viewed your ad so far, just by using your mobile phone. Google announced in a post on Google+ that it has revamped the AdWords Express Dashboard to help marketers readily find information which is more important to them. Google's on-line advertising tool now shows data and charts which are not only more colorful and striking, but more productive for advertisers. The update has been made for mobile, desktop as well as tablet users.
Google is exploring new ideas to make the search page layout look more simple and easily accessible to its users. As a part of the trial method, this time the search engine is introducing a myriad of changes to the search results page. No doubt, the modifications will make Google look neat and clutter-free.
Google is moving a large number of listings from the old dashboard to the new one and in doing so is encountering issues of duplicate listings. These are business listings which have been claimed in more than one account or in multiple ways. To resolve the issue Google is sending out warning e-mails to businesses, instructing them on how to repair the duplication and continue with the up-gradation.
Google has extended its beta program allowing Indian publishers to get paid through wire transfer over the earlier mode of check payments.
Google announced in the official AdSense forum that the Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) payment system is very soon coming up for the Indian publishers. Following a 3 months beta period of testing the EFT payment system, which started in December 2013, Google has finally made it official that it will be replacing the cheque payment with US dollar international wire transfer.
It is not very often that you get a one-on-one advice from Matt Cutts, Google's Head of Search Spam, as a response to a tweet? How frequently does Google listen to your problem and gives you a bonus by getting it solved within minutes? Hard to believe that a single tweet can be so powerful. Russ Ruggles got unbelievably lucky when Google's Matt Cutts not only responded back to his tweet but also gave him valuable advice related to his queries.
Send a laptop to a blogger. The blogger blogs about it. Readers read. Like. Click. Buy. Pretty smart marketing idea? Not really in the eyes of Google. In the recent Webmaster Help Video, Matt Cutts, Google's Head of Search Spam, unfolds various criteria that the search engine takes into account while determining which links are paid and which are not.
Bon appétit to all the foodies out there with Google's latest update on search results for restaurant menus. Google's experiment has now gone official with Google+ announcing that restaurant menus are just a click away.
Users can view menus right on the search results page without having to browse through the complete websites of restaurants and eateries. The menus will pop up on top of the search page as soon as you type “show me the menu for” followed by the restaurant name.
You can have a robust code, strong passwords, an up-to date CMS system and plug-ins but that doesn't prevent someone from breaking into your website. In a recent post in the Webmaster Central Blog, Google explains how hackers take advantage of vulnerable sites by adding spam my content and redirecting users to harmful or undesired locations.
No doubt, nothing can be more annoying than discovering that a site which has copied your content outranks you in search results. Google's head of Search Spam, Matt Cutts announced today on twitter that the search engine has come up with a new panacea to cope with scraped content.