Google has shared guidelines on how to create the right homepage on your website and serve the appropriate content to users depending on their language and location. You can configure your homepage or landing page in three different ways for users to access it. Mentioned below are recommendations for each method:

Google has updated its guidelines for article rendering in Google+. You can add code to your page that enables Google to render your content with full-bleed images and a description for content types Article, Blog, and Blog Posting.

Changes in article rendering include:

  • You specify microdata via schema.org or Open Graph tags.
  • Google uses the Name and Description in the Google+ post. Google shortens these fields if they are too long.

Now it's easier to design a mobile friendly website which upgrades automatically with each update made to the Facebook page. Wondering how? The one-click site builder launched by Otonomic uses the content on a brand's Facebook page to design a fabulous, mobile friendly website that auto-updates whenever you add new content to the Facebook page. And all this can be done with just a single click. All you have to do is type in your brand's Facebook page name and Otonomic does the rest for you in less than 20 seconds.

The Senior Product Manager of Bing, Duane Forrester, wrote a post on the official Bing Search blog throwing light on the ten myths in SEO, in which he makes a revealing point about links- You should never know in advance a link is coming, or where it’s coming from. If you do, that’s the wrong path.

AdWords can be a daunting and complex system if you are not acquainted with the basics. Therefore, before you click on the “Enable” button on your new AdWords campaign, there is a lot to know and learn.

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Today's infographic by whitesharkmedia.com guides you on how to get started with your new AdWords campaign with minimal fuss. The following list of dos and don'ts can be very useful to create a successful Google AdWords campaign from scratch.

Local searches gives way to more purchases than non-local searches, this is what Google says. According to a recent study by Google, 50% of mobile users and 34% of computer/tablet users are more likely to visit a store after conducting a local search online. To jazz up the information, the data also shows that 18% of the local searches on smartphone lead to a purchase within a day as compared to the 7% of non-local searches.

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Yes it happens with all of us. At some point that we are totally flat out of ideas for a new blog post or an article we are planning to write. If this is what is happening with you and you are totally dry and exhausted on fresh ideas, then you can get them from someone else- either content, or ideas, or both, without actually stealing them.

Google has some good news for all the developers and tech savvy advertisers out there. The AdWords scripts for MCC is out of beta and available to all the advertisers now. In Google's own words MCC scripts is a powerful new way to manage your AdWords account at scale through simple JavaScript code. Advertisers can use the MCC script for making cross-account changes, creating customized reports and drawing data from Google Spreadsheets.

Twitter now enables advertisers to target Promoted Tweets and Promoted Accounts in languages that their audience understand. Rolled out yesterday, the new language targeting is available in 20 different languages. While users can see most relevant ads in their own language, advertisers can see language specific analytics. The targeting is available to all advertisers globally and through the Ads API.

Twitter Language Targeting Twitter Introduces Language Specific Targeting for Promoted Tweets and Accounts in 20 Different Languages!

After the Parking Location Cards and the Searchable Mall Directories, Google has once again updated the Google Search for Android, this time with a new shopping feature. The shopping card allows users to know about nearby stores selling products they have been recently searching for online.

Google Now Shopping Cards Google Now Alerts Android Users on Nearby Stores Selling Products They Have Been Searching Online!