Although Google tries its best to construe the location and language of users and return them the best version of a website based on that information, linking pages together helps Google do its job more effectively. In the recent Webmaster Help Video, Google's Head of Search Spam, Matt Cutts, answers a question about linking domains together.

A user writes in to ask:

Twitter is becoming a little more photo friendly. The microblogging platform announced in a recent blog post that it has added two new mobile features to make photos on Twitter more social. Now, while users can tag up to 10 friends in their photos without counting against the precious 140 characters, they can also add up to to 4 additional photos in a single tweet on their iPhones.

Don’t delete your old disavow file if you upload a new one because it “confuses folks”. Google's Head of Search Spam, Matt Cutts announced on Twitter early Tuesday morning that you do not need to remove your old disavow links file before uploading a new one. This means that the next time you are going to upload a new disavow file, remember not to click on the Delete option and just upload the new file.

As India is gearing up for the 2014 Lok Sabha elections with around 800 million people entitled to vote in the coming April, Google India has brought some significant overhauls to the Google Elections Hub. The search engine announced in a blog post that the Elections Hub “Politics and Elections” has been supplemented with several new features to keep the voters in pace with the recent updates in the election news.

Google has improved the Rich Snippets- Organizations page to update webmasters that it now supports all the sub types of organizational schema. By adding a line to the Rich Snippets- Organizational Help document, the search engine announced that now it backs up any of the schema.org subtypes markup such as the schema.org/Attorney.

The new line added to the document reads:

With Facebook confirming in December last year that it is declining the organic reach of brand pages, the question arises, how much does the social media giant wants you to pay for your advertisements? Shift Communications has put together a simple and free calculator in which you can reckon how much Facebook expects you to pay for your ads.

Calculating Facebbok Pages Promoted Posts Now Calculate How Much Facebook Wants You to Pay for Your Ads With Facebook Page Cost Calculator!

If you are curious why your website's page ranking has tumbled down, first check your Webmaster Tools for a penalty notification or crawl errors. In the recent Webmaster Help video, Google's head of Search Spam, Matt Cutts elucidates how you can determine whether your site ranking is a result of an algorithm penalty or poor content.

Just a few days after announcing a streamlined look for Facebook pages, the social media giant has made an attempt to take the covers off on some of the most frequently asked questions by page administrators with a post on the Facebook for Business page. The post unfolds how the updated timeline design, easier access to admin tools and the introduction of Pages to Watch is going to influence the users.

Now get a snapshot view of all your keywords at the same time with a new set of columns in your keywords report tabs. Google AdWords yesterday announced on Google+ that it has added a new set of columns to Keywords table to give a fuller view of the Bid Simulator and allow advertisers to build a neat and new report. The Bid Simulator section is featured in the Customize Columns menu.

Bing Ads has launched the new Bid Landscape feature, to give the users more bidding power and a better view of the bid landscape. The new feature will allow advertisers to understand the changes that come up as a result of changing keyword bid.

Bid Landscape Tool Bing Ads Launches “Bid Landscape” to give Advertisers More Bidding Power!