SEO is Hyped: What You Should Do to Avoid Being Google Dependent

Being dependent is the worst thing to happen to anyone. That applies to businesses too. Imagine the nightmare of working with just one client, one vendor, or one customer? How would you possibly run a business with just one employee, if you have a growing

Google Shows Top Search Trends In 2013 Zeitgeist Report

Google Shows Top Search Trends In 2013 Zeitgeist Report

Google has finally released this year’s Zeitgeist report, the company’s annual list of top search trends across the world. And this time, the search giant added a video overview of the search trends and top 100 search terms over the past

Google Helpouts Provide Paid Real-Time Videoconferences With Experts

Google wants to provide more help than what its search engine currently does, so it came up with a product that allows human experts to answers questions using a new real-time online video streaming

Hiring An SEO Firm After Google’s Hummingbird Update

Visibility on search engines is vital online, but choosing among SEOs is obscure. Most small businesses look for local web service companies, whereas national and global companies hire large online marketing

What Google’s Hummingbird Means for Your Business

Google’s newest search algorithm, Hummingbird, represents the biggest revision in the way the search giant operates since 2001. That’s daunting news for businesses that have been working hard to rank well in Google’s listings over the past few years. Naturally, companies that operate major online marketing campaigns are left wondering what sort of changes they’ll need to implement in order to stay

How Google’s Shared Endorsements Work

Google has notified its users about an imminent change to its terms of service: the addition of usernames and profile photos to some parts of its online advertising service starting November

SEO Still Matters Amid Google Hummingbird Update

Google announced a search algorithm update on September 26, the eve of their 15th birthday. As Internet marketing continues to expand as one of the most important facets in any advertising campaign, businesses around the world are wondering if the update will help or hurt their

The Google Graveyard, A Resting Place For Google Reader And Other Great Ideas [INFOGRAPHIC]

Amid requests, anguish, and misery spread online to keep the most widely used RSS reader across the world alive, Google finally pulled the plug on Google Reader, as it originally

How Does Google Understand You? [Infographic]

Google is currently the world’s foremost search engine so they must be doing something right – something that people find helpful.
This, however, unquantifiable it may seem to the layman, makes people return to Google time and again if ever they need to search for something on the Internet.
But is it really unquantifiable? It probably is not to people who work inside the Internet giant that is Google.
What probably set Google apart from the rest of the pack is that early on, it strove and …

Google Execs Turn Sergey Brin’s Tesla Model S Into Hot Pink Batmobile For April Fools’ Prank

Google takes its April Fools’ Day pranks seriously.
Not only did Google pull pranks on us users of their services on April 1, its executives also pranked their chief Sergey Brin turning his Tesla Model S into a hot pink Batmobile.
Yesterday, photos of Brin’s customized car started surfacing on the Tesla Motors Club forum,  on Twitter and on Google+.
In the photo below, you can see Brin driving the “pimped out” Tesla Model S.

The car, as you can see, has been finished in hot pink with …