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Can you imagine life without Google or spending more than a few seconds searching for any information? I bet you can’t because it’s a privilege that makes your life much easier and more comfortable. But there is a big problem with search engines – they damage privacy and it becomes an issue. I...
DuckDuckGo is a search engine that doesn’t track its users and offers a level of privacy– for free– that hasn’t existed on the Internet because of Google. Gabriel Weinberg, CEO & Founder at DuckDuckGo gives 10 reasons why DuckDuckGo is a better, safer service for users. Below are five: Du...
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Some SEOs are seeing more fluctuations with the Google rankings now, but Google has confirmed the August 1 update has been fully rolled out. Google has just confirmed that the core search algorithm update that began rolling out a week ago has now finished fully rolling out. Google search liaison D...
GOOGLE Chrome users can now download a new update which could make surfing the web on the market-leading browser faster than ever before. Google Chrome is undoubtedly the world’s most popular browser - and it doesn’t look like it will be giving up that crown anytime soon. Latest figures from Ne...
The world has changed in recent times, and there has been the technological advancement that has made the life of people more comfortable, faster, and secure than it was before. People were not aware in the past that how useful this advanced technology can be for their personal as well as social liv...
  • Monday, 06 August 2018 12:21
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Safe Search is a built-in security feature that filets out inappropriate web content. Although it used to be quite easy to disable or enable Safe search for Internet Explorer, the default behavior has changed with the launch of Windows 10. Even though the Edge browser includes a setting that allows...
New markup from Schema.org including HowTo, QAPage, and FAQPage can be used to potentially show your content in Google in a brand new way. Google previewed this in Singapore a couple weeks ago. Google has confirmed with Search Engine Land that it has been testing for the past several months a new fo...
Research is the most critical step when writing an academic paper. It’s nearly impossible for students to impress and inspire the assessor with their academic paper if it’s not well-researched. It needs to contain authentic and genuine information for credibility, and that requires a credible so...
Data nuts, here is your chance to get your data and charts looking pretty in the Google search results snippets. Google has announced support for datasets markup schema in the Google search results. This makes it possible for searchers to better visualize data represented on a web page directly ...
Google is working with publishers to make it easier to view data journalism in search results, as announced on its blog today. It’s one of the steps Google News Initiative is taking to make data journalism more visible, with the field quickly growing across media. Over half of all newsrooms now...
A blast from the BSOD past Google isn’t holding back with its latest Chromebook commercial. The minute-long ad blasts you with Windows and macOS error messages, virus warnings, and blue screens of death all in an effort to demonstrate the simplicity of Chrome OS. Google’s message is that its Chr...
Google image search on desktop tests tiled image layout with titles and URLs beneath the snippets. Google Image Search for desktop is testing a user interface and design that makes it more aligned with the mobile image search layout that launched back in March of this year. The desktop version in ...
The rate at which Google shows its “People Also Ask” search suggestions, aka “Related Questions”, jumped by 34% this week. According to data from Moz, Google’s Related Questions are now shown 43% of the time. Dr. Pete Meyers@dr_pete Big increase (+34%) in Related Questions ("People Also As...
What does the future hold for voice search? If you search the web for these words – or a version of them – you’ll encounter no shortage of grand predictions. “By 2020, 30% of web browsing sessions will be done without a screen.” Or, “By 2020, 50% of all searches will be conducted via vo...
During the holidays and other peak season times, most consumers will shop around for the best deal before booking travel, which is why comparison search ads - an element of performance marketing and sometimes referred to as vertical search ads - are critical. In this conversation – a part of our S...
Microsoft's visual search is graduating from beta, now rolling out for everyone on iOS. following a short period of beta testing, Microsoft Edge is now rolling out an intelligent visual search for everyone. The addition brings the iOS version of the app up to par with its Android counterpart, whi...
The Chrome browser continues to evolve with the release of Chrome 68 for Windows, Mac, and Linux earlier this week. The update includes new features for users and developers along with many security enhancements and bug fixes. Here are two changes designed to improve internet safety. Google calls o...
Forget that blue Google search results interface for the local panel -- here is a new fresh look Google is now rolling out a new look for the local panel in the mobile search results. The new look goes from the blue interface with text buttons to a white interface with rounded buttons. Here is the n...
One of Google’s first hardware products was its search appliance, a custom-built server that allowed businesses to bring Google’s search tools to the data behind their firewalls. That appliance is no more, but Google today announced the spiritual successor to it with an update to Cloud Searc...
Google My Business has started sending notifications when new listings go live on the web. A representative from Google announced this update while stating users will only receive these notifications if their business accounts are fewer than 100 listings. Bulk verification accounts will not receiv...
IN THE BEGINNING, there was phone phreaking and worms. Then came spam and pop-ups. And none of it was good. But in the nascent decades of the internet, digital networks were detached and isolated enough that the average user could mostly avoid the nastiest stuff. By the early 2000s, though, those w...
Google is now rolling out new features, announced last month, which make it easier for users to find local restaurants and bars that match their tastes. The majority of these new features exist in the redesigned “Explore” tab. New “Explore” Tab When viewing a location in Google Maps, users ...
Google’s John Mueller revealed that the search engine’s algorithms do not punish keyword stuffing too harshly. In fact, keyword stuffing may be ignored altogether if the content is found to otherwise have value to searchers. This information was provided on Twitter in response to users inquiring...
Source: This article was published mikesgearreviews.com By Mike Johnson...
Microsoft wants you to use Bing visual search to find things to buy. Microsoft has unveiled its answer to Google Lens in the form of Bing visual search, which lets you take a snap from your phone and search for it on the web. And just as Google rolled out Lens to every Android user via the Google...
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