Always the April Fools pranksters (remember last year’s self-driven NASCAR car announcement?), Google is once again partaking in the age-old practice of trying to dupe people on April 1 into believing the unbelievable.
Google did a very classy thing today by placing a single candle directly below their search bar to honor the families and community of Newtown, Connecticut.
Lifehacker just tipped us off to this pretty cool Google Search trick.
In case you missed it, Google announced this week that they have added AMBER Alerts to their search and maps tools as part of their Google Public Alerts project.
Here is an interesting infographic I found from BrandYourself, a personal search optimization service that shows the importance of controlling the information that appears when someone Googles your name and how to do so.
For some time now, some Google web search results have revealed the Google+ information of the author. This is a feature that is possible for any site that clearly indicates its content’s individual authors (mostly news sites and blogs).
Next time you log in to your Google account, you may see something at the top that is very different than you are used to…
According to Mashable, Google’s agreement with Twitter that gave the search engine full access to public Twitter feeds has expired. Because of this development, Google has taken down their realtime search feature.
Google recently launched a new search feature that may prove to he very helpful in your travels.
AllFacebook has some interesting stats on the ranking of corporate social media pages in Google searches.
It is amazing to me that, as digital marketing has been around for some time now, more brands haven’t focused on Search Engine Optimizing their social media pages yet.