Search engines have cut out the middle man and started giving us the answers we wanted without us ever having to navigate away from the results page.
Google is accused of using racial profiling in Gmail’s ad targeting. With access to so much data, Google is likely to know a lot more than just your race.
Many people Google their own name, most once a month, but many more as well. Are marketers doing something with this phenomenon?
A look at where a new Google Penguin Update could be focussed on, with Sam Noble and David Harry by Peter Young
Google added two new extensions to the Maps Ad Unit which means more choices to monetize your map.
Google let’s you know who has her or his birthday on the search results page. Another step in integration of social and search.
Is reputation management really just shady business and spam, or can it actually be really great SEM?
Pierre Far discusses multinational and multilingual sites in a Google Webmaster Central Hangout
Following on from several recent design tweaks, Google have now launched a brand new user interface for Google AdSense. Even though the update doesn’t really include any big changes to functionality, Google hope that the new look will be much easier to follow.
Google placed a new small Easter Egg on the homepage of the search engine which can only be seen on the American homepage (Google.com). It’s about the well known, historic I’m feeling Lucky button.