Google+ is totally new to me and pretty much everyone else right now. So when I noticed "WebRep Overall rating" posted on every post I made I thought it was only visible to me and that surely everyone else was seeing this on their own posts.
Hangouts are similar to traditional web-based video conferencing interfaces in the fact that they allow you to share both audio and video with others around the world. However, there are a few things that really set Hangouts apart from the competition.
On Google+, the more followers you have the better! This is because Google+ is linked to your Google search ranking. The more followers you have the better your website ranks. Even when followers are not signed into their Google accounts, your ranking improves if they are following you on Google+....
Type in the languages you want, when you want them — anywhere on the web. Chrome Extension: If you write in a language that doesn't use Roman letters, you might enjoy this input tool. Typing in another language directly into text boxes in webpages is now easier.
Not all languages are supported.Gibberish and Chicken Scratch didn't make the cut.
Today, Google announced the rollout of its Knowledge Graph, which will cause a big change to how results are delivered in the SERPs. Basically, the intent behind the Knowledge Graph is for search engines to think more like a human -- and deliver results that reflect that. It's gradually rolling out in the U.S. as we speak, but you might not see it for yourself quite yet. After the initial rollout is complete, Google will expand the Knowledge Graph to searches on mobile and tablet devices, then to languages other than English.
As Google puts it, Knowledge Graph, "taps into the collective intelligence of the web and understands the world a bit more like people do." Wait. What exactly does that mean? Let's take a deeper look at this rollout, and try to make things a little clearer!
Today we're excited to launch Hangouts On Air to Google+ users in 40 new countries. So if you have something to say—as an aspiring artist, a global celebrity, or a concerned citizen—you can now go live in front of a global audience. With just a few clicks, you’ll be able to...
Let’s face it, if you are not a search engine marketing professional you might be having a hard time keeping up with the various algorithm changes that happen almost weekly at Google. For those of you who do not know, Google often changes their algorithm upwards of 500 times per/year and they are very consistent with their updates....
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