Archive for the 'Google search' Category

Google Travel

Wednesday, October 26th, 2005

The Google Travel feature has been up and running for a little while now. Allowing jetsetters, and family travellers to track their vacation schedules, flights, and link out to Expedia, Hotwire and Orbitz to check out fares, and even more flight and travel schedules.

The Google Travel feature has been kicking around for a little while […]

PageRank for Websites: Is There More to the Web?

Monday, October 17th, 2005

Webmasters are so bogged down with the weight of PageRank as the measure of importance of their website. Have we forgotten that it takes more to ranking well than just PageRank? This article takes a look at other “Ranks” that could be important to you, and ultimately to the Search Engines.

Google’s PageRank has been around […]

The Google Sandbox Explained

Friday, October 14th, 2005

The Google Sandbox exists to allow Google to filter out Flash-in-the-Pan websites from those with up to date, relevant content. This article expalins the basics of the Google Sandbox and how to recognise when your website is in it.

The Google Sandbox is a metaphorical term to explain why most new websites have very poor rankings […]

Google Sitemaps - 7 Benefits You Can’t Ignore

Thursday, October 13th, 2005

Google Sitemaps enables Webmasters to Directly Alert Google to Changes and Additions on a Website and that’s just one of 7 Benefits. It’s the most important development since RSS or Blog and Ping, to hit the Internet.
It has the potential to speed up the process of discovery and addition of pages to Google’s index for […]

Google Maps and Google Local Merge

Thursday, October 6th, 2005

Google announces the merge of two of its popular services, Google maps, and Google local search. This will help users find all the local and mapping information they need in one convienient location.

With the merge of Google Local and Google Maps, users can find their desired location, and everything close to it, all within one […]

Google Video

Sunday, September 25th, 2005

Want to check out some archived video of your favorite show, newscast, late night infomercials for home equity loan advice, mortgage refinancing, home fitness gyms, or spray on hair?

Google Video has dropped its Google video software, and has shifted to the Macromedia Flash Video player to replace it. No more annoying downloads, as you should […]

New Google Firefox Toolbar

Friday, September 23rd, 2005

The Google Firefox toolbar is new, improved, and out of beta!

Beta no more. The Google Firefox toolbar was recently moved out of the beta phase, with some new improved features.
Google has added Google Suggest which shows useful query suggestions. The tool bar can also be reorganized via Firefox’s Customize feature. The search box can now […]

Google Beta

Sunday, September 11th, 2005

From way back in the day.. check out this of the Google beta