Independence Day USA Google Logo Remembers America's Pastimes

Jul 4, 2015 • 10:03 pm | Comments (0) by twitter Google+

The Google Logo today on Google.com takes you back to when you were a child on Independence Day, July 4th. The logo shows an Independence Day on lawn chairs, in the Google logo colors. You got the baseball hat, the baseball, flip flops, lemonade...

Daily Search Forum Recap: July 3, 2015

Jul 3, 2015 • 4:00 pm | Comments (0) by twitter Google+

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web...

Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: July 3, 2015

Jul 3, 2015 • 9:52 am | Comments (0) by twitter Google+

This was a busy week in search new, less on the core SEO front though. First, Yahoo was caught testing Google powered search results. AOL signed a ten year search deal with Bing. Google still hasn’t launched Panda but says it is coming soon...

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Google Amsterdam Lobby & The Cookie Monster Logo
Source: Flickr by Twitter July 3, 2015 • 7:21 am | Comments (0)
These Googlers & Their Hats
Source: Flickr by Twitter July 2, 2015 • 7:26 am | Comments (0)
Google LEGO Kitchen
Source: Flickr by Twitter July 1, 2015 • 7:40 am | Comments (0)
Google Mexico Bike To Work Day
Source: Flickr by Twitter June 30, 2015 • 7:39 am | Comments (0)
Google & Sesame Street's Oscar The Grouch & Cookie Monster
Source: Flickr by Twitter June 29, 2015 • 7:43 am | Comments (1)

Google News Now Enables Image Selection For Publishers Via Schema Or og:image

Jul 3, 2015 • 8:03 am | Comments (0) by twitter Google+

Google has released their second version of the Google News Publisher Newsletter this week and there is one new thing with Google News for publishers. Publishers can now help Google News pick the right image for the story...

Google Crawl Limit Per Page: 10 Megabytes

Jul 3, 2015 • 7:50 am | Comments (2) by twitter Google+

Google's John Mueller said in a Google Hangout this morning on Google+ at the 31:25 mark that Google will crawl up to about 10 megabytes per page. So if you have pages larger than 10 megabytes, make sure the content on the page is crawled within the 10 megabytes part...