Monthly Archives: June 2011

Google Analytics Gets Social Engagement Reporting

Google Analytics has just announced a new set of reports (and functionality) that will enable websites to track social interaction with their content. This comes as a welcomed addition to the new Google+1 button, as it now enables one to

Posted in Google Updates

Google’s Facebook Competitor, The Google+ Social Network, Finally Arrives

Google’s long expected second shot at taking on Facebook in the social networking space has arrived in the form of the Google+ Project. It has some interesting twists on the social networking model but is far from a Facebook-killer. That

Posted in Facebook Updates, Google Updates

First Look: “Hands On” With Google+

I’ve been manically playing with Google Plus for about an hour now and, while there is disagreement here among the editorial team at Search Engine Land, I give it a qualified “thumbs up.” At first glance many people will dismiss

Posted in Google Updates

Google’s +1 Button Goes Global

Google’s +1 button is rolling out internationally. The company has announced that 1 buttons will start showing on a few select Google search engines at first: The +1 button will be “expanding quickly to most other

Posted in Google Updates

Google Health To Be Shuttered On January 1, 2012

Google Health, the company’s attempt to improve health care by letting consumers move medical data online and control who can access it, is shutting down. The service will be retired on January 1, 2012. In a blog post announcing the

Posted in Google Updates

Search Engine Optimization for Google

Knowing what to do to your site in order for Google to properly recognize and categorize your site is the first step in achieving top rankings in Google. Internet Marketing SEO, and in particular, Google SEO is the key. The

Posted in SEO News

SEO Your Website For Foreign Languages in Your Domestic Market

Last week here at Search Engine Watch, Dave Davies raised some key points about strategies for optimizing your website for English-speaking foreign markets, such as (for U.S. companies) Canada or the UK. But there are also huge – and largely

Posted in SEO News
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