The newest Chromium builds are featuring a new option that you can enable in the experiments menu that you can access by entering about:labs in the Omnibox: block all third-party cookies. But wait, aren't you already able to do that in Chrome?
Anyone building a brand or business page on Google+ quickly comes to a rather unsettling realization: at no point in the process does Google do anything to check that you have any real connection to the brand name on your page. So it would seem that you are left relying on searchers’ detective abilities to sniff out which page is the real McCoy, right?
In my last post I wrote about the the top five annoyances of Google+, and why it’s struggling to become the next facebook. Well, it appears that somebody out in Mountain View read my post. Google Apps Support.
Ok, so I've seen a lot of articles about Google+ pages, but none seemed to be complete and I wanted a fast way of understanding, using and promoting Google+ pages. So I made a slideshow to help you out faster then ever with this new Google+ pages. At the bottom of the post you'll find some interesting articles that inspired me.
Well it appears Google has secured licensing agreements with three major record labels. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that They have come to terms with Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, and EMI and this comes mere hours before Googles big unveiling in Los Angeles scheduled for this evening.
Googler Tae Kim Announces Changes to Come for Google+ Brand Pages As reported by +Carter Gibson, Google+ has some exciting changes coming soon. In this post I spotlight some that will be of interest to those building Google+ Business and Brand Pages.
Earlier today, ‘All About Content’ reported that Google+ data was showing in Google’s organic search listings. Two different items are now appearing in the search results pages, recent Google+ posts and an “Add To Circles” button.