"On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog."
~~Peter Steiner, author, cartoonist and contributor to The New Yorker
This latest enhancement purports to provide a more humanly-intuitive Web world for searchers including answering questions instead of receiving more links thus avoiding arbitrary irrelevancy … "we cross our fingers and hope there's a Web page out there with the answer," says Mr. Singhal, a top Google search executive (see WSJ article by Amir Efrati). More information can be found online at Wall Street Journal, Google Gives Search a Refresh.
Will this Impact Privacy? According to an earlier WSJ interview back in 2010 with Google CEO, Eric Schmidt on the issue of privacy, "I actually think most people don't want Google to answer their questions, they want Google to tell them what they should be doing next," said Schmidt (WSJ, Google and the Search for the Future, August 14, 2010 by Holman W. Jenkins Jr.) Would this be contradictory? Privacy issues do not matter to Google, but what about the rest of the Web world? Incidentally, Privacy International ranked Google as "Hostile to Privacy", its lowest rating on its report, making Google the only company on the list to receive the lowest ranking.
The Doodle 4 Google 2012 competition is now open to all K-12 students in U.S. schools (including home-schoolers). Completed entry forms must be received by March 23rd, and pre-registration is no longer required! Google is asking students to exercise their creative imaginations in real "Dr. Suessesque style" around the theme, "If I could travel in time, I'd visit…" and I might add "Oh the Places You'll Go..."
The Doodle 4 Google Competition (the “Contest”) is designed to encourage eligible U.S. school students (“Entrant(s)” or “You”) to use their creativity to create their own interpretation of the Google logo. Judges will choose the winning entries, and prizes will be awarded in accordance with these Official Rules (the “Rules”). Spread the news by sharing this Doodle 4 Google 2012 competition link.
This year, The New York Public Library and Crayola are partnering with Google for this year's Doodle 4 Google contest.
Crayola's iconic 64 box!
This really is an important factor being implemented by Google, cause it's main reason for it's popularity is sure it's powerful search engine factor, and showing relevant search results will really help to boost productivity to any website. So, a great news for both customers and producer being dependent on internet presence.ReplyDelete
Google has done a great job by implementing the search engine relativity giving more organic search results for any queries. This is really an important step for both marketers and the finders who really rely on search engine results for the contents relationship, so it really makes effective for them.ReplyDelete
This was really necessary, because of the Black Hat SEO, search engine were not being much effective, now surely the Google experts will look for the spam websites making excessive use of H1 tags to implement their SERP. There is no space for Black Hat SEO in Google .. :)ReplyDelete
This will really help to improve the search engine relativity, and Google will make certain changes to most of the website(s) indexing system, the website having the relative content to the keyword will surely get a good placement in the Google search results.ReplyDelete
The result of Enhancing organic search results will really have a wide-effect to most of the websites, those websites which have a good contents will really make them more relative to search engine results will surely increase their SERP, so making this step really makes a large scope effect on the Search Engine results.ReplyDelete
Wow, Google Search is getting smarter nowadays. If it is going to operate fully with semantic search, organic listings could increase in relevance and accuracy as Google can better understands the actual intent behind each query.ReplyDelete
This can only means that the older forms of SEO marketing is no longer as effective as before. On a semantic SERP, SEOs too need to think semantically as Google’s algorithm update will now consider not only the keywords on a page, but also the sentences as whole and overall themes of the page or the site and how its content relates to the other things.ReplyDelete
This is great news for Google users. I hate it when I could not get what I want when I am doing my research on Google. Most of them are simply useless websites with well done SEO. The best results are normally only appear on the first page or simply first five in the result list.ReplyDelete
Wow, this sounds like a new prospect for internet marketers. That’s a lot of SEO to do for a website now rather than just keywords. I see a lot of money coming my way! LOL!ReplyDelete
Wow, it seems like a good way for Google to earn more money through ads as users will now spend a lot of time on Google. This is good and we can now have a informative search engine on Google which is great for information and knowledge hunters like me.ReplyDelete
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