Google Trends Expansion

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Google has released the biggest Google Trends expansion since 2012 and it’s better than ever! Here are some of the best new tools for its users: Real-time data: Google Trends now offers ‘Real-Time’ data searches by allowing the user to choose any day within the week of the date picker in order to create a more effective search trend. A themed homepage: The Google homepage changes constantly, mixing trending topics from Search, YouTube, and Google News to inform the user what is happening across the Web. This is currently available for 28 different countries, but Google is looking...
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Google’s ‘Search Console’ is the new Webmaster Tools

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Aiming to accommodate all tech users, Google has rebranded the Google Webmaster Tools as the new Google Search Console. Google Search Console’s product manager Michael Fink commented that the company noticed a pattern where the Webmaster tools reflected only some users (such as small business owners, programmers, designers, app developers, and webmasters) who enjoyed sharing their work online and wanted to make it available through Google Search to all users. To ensure that the Google products incorporate all individuals who care about Search, the company has decided to rebrand Google Webmaste...
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Google AdWords releases guide to help advertisers utilize its full features

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Google AdWords recently released Guide Flows, a step-by-step guide on how to fully utilize the features within AdWords for optimal advertising. The guided “tours” range from basics to specialized targeting of keywords or text ads. It also offers tips on solving common issues, such as how to correct disapproved ads or suspended websites. Check out the Guided Flows here or read Google’s announcement here. About Canadian Web Hosting Since 1998, Canadian Web Hosting has been providing a 100% all Canadian service the delivers on-demand hosting solutions including Shared hosting, Virtua...
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Google PageSpeed Service Discontinues August 3rd

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Google’s PageSpeed Service that was designed to automatically optimize webpages for speed will discontinue August 3rd, 2015 after 4.5 years of service. Google states that websites currently using PageSpeed will need to change their DNS before August 3rd. A list of possible alternative services are cited in their announcement here. Sites that currently use PageSpeed that do not change their DNS will find that their websites will be unavailable after the date. Webmasters can check if they are currently using PageSpeed by checking through the Google APIs console here and checking to see...
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Google now let’s you change the way your URL displays in mobile results

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Hello webmasters! You now have the option to customize the way your URL shows up on Google’s mobile results. Instead of this: www.google.com/about/company/history                   You can now customize your site to show up like this: Google> about > company > history                     You can use schema.org to obtain this structure data. Google also published some supporting documents: Site Name Schema – This a...
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