10 May '13, 3pm

Search In Pics: Google Story Time, Not Evil Umbrellas & Google Japan View

Search In Pics: Google Story Time, Not Evil Umbrellas & Google Japan View

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Google Japan's View Of The City:

Google Japan's View Of The City:

seroundtable.com 10 May '13, 11am

Tom Anderson, co-founder of MySpace, was at Google's Japan office a few weeks ago and took a picture of the view from the ...

Google Umbrellas Ask You To Not Be Evil

seroundtable.com 08 May '13, 12pm

Danny Sullivan was at Google again the other day and he snapped a picture of the communal umbrellas they have in the lobbi...

Google Time-lapse offers view of Earth over 3 decades

Google Time-lapse offers view of Earth over 3 d...

news.mongabay.com 10 May '13, 8pm

Conservation gets boost from new Landsat satellite (04/03/2013) Efforts to monitor the world's forests and other ecosystem...

Google Story Time

Google Story Time

seroundtable.com 07 May '13, 12pm

John Taylor posted a picture on Google+ of the "Take Your Children To Work Day" at Google where a Googler is reading a sto...

If That Was A Google Update You Felt, Google’s ...

searchengineland.com 10 May '13, 12pm

Over the past few days, the Webmaster and SEO community have been discussing significant shifts, fluctuations and updates ...

Google News Will Index My Content But Not Organ...

seroundtable.com 10 May '13, 12pm

A WebmasterWorld thread asks a question I've seen pop up fairly often for this site. It seems and appears on some occasion...

SearchCap: The Day In Search, May 10, 2013

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Web Analytics Software Comparison: Identifying The Right Web Analytics Tools For Your Business If you’re considering using...

Google Shopping: 3 Lies Merchants Have Been Fed

searchenginewatch.com 10 May '13, 12pm

Google Shopping has been around long enough that various merchant resources are now available, both from Google and from t...

Escape from Google Manual Penalties

Escape from Google Manual Penalties

searchenginejournal.com 10 May '13, 4pm

There is something weird happening when I watch the movie “Escape from New York” by John Carpenter (1981): an impulse of r...

Why Vertical Search Is Threatening Google’s Rei...

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Until recently, Google has dominated search. It has been the main stomping ground for consumers looking to buy products, v...

New Google Local Listings Carousel Showcases 7 Results Above the Fold

New Google Local Listings Carousel Showcases 7 ...

searchenginewatch.com 10 May '13, 7pm

Google seems to be doing a limited beta test of a new style of displaying local search results, such as restaurants, in a ...

Google & Time Inc. Launch Timelapse: See How Any Part Of The World Has Changed Over Time

Google & Time Inc. Launch Timelapse: See How An...

searchengineland.com 09 May '13, 4pm

The new Timelapse site, created by Time Inc. and Google, is a pretty amazing way to see how any part of the world has chan...

Matt Cutts: Google Penguin 2.0 Coming in 'Next ...

searchenginewatch.com 10 May '13, 7pm

There has been much speculation this week about some kind of major Google update. Google Penguin 2.0 was not the blame if ...

Google Changes Shopping Feed Specifications

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Google Shopping is updating their feed specifications as part of the rollout of the new Google Shopping based on product l...

Why Vertical Search Is Threatening Google’s Reign

searchengineland.com 08 May '13, 1pm

Until recently, Google has dominated search. It has been the main stomping ground for consumers looking to buy products, v...