Tag Archives: Google


Google’s Share Price Hits $1,000: Everything You Should Know


Internet Search: Google’s Hummingbird Will Do Better – Infographic


In their attempt to make search better, Google came up with a new algorithm for its search engine. Hummingbird represents nothing new in the search industry. 20 years ago, smaller engines, later bought by Microsoft, Google and other tech firms were using conceptual search already, and they delivered better results.

Hummingbird focus is on the meaning of the search term, so if you are looking for a bank in South Beach, Florida, you won’t run into results that show you sandbanks at the beach (you get the idea).

In my opinion, this is an effort Google, and others, should have invested in much earlier.  Have a look.

Source: Infographic by TechMagnate


Google’s Algorithm Updates Over The Years – Infographic


A beautiful infographic showing Google algorithm updates as was created along the years with related information about each update.

Source: sagive

Google+ Design Changes 2013: Cheat Sheet For Better Posting – Infographic



New Google+ Dimensions Cheat Sheet for designers, social media managers, and webmasters. This handy infographic acts as a speedy reference for image dimensions for Google+ pages and Google+ Local pages.

Source: TechWyse


Google Turns 15: The Mind-Blowing Facts

Today is Google’s 15th birthday. Bloomberg takes a look at some of the most mind-blowing facts and figures from Google’s first decade and half. (Source: Bloomberg)


Inside Google Translate – Videographic

Have you ever wondered how Google Translate creates your translations? Check this out.

The Benefits Of Google+ – Infographic


Google+ is one of the most visited social media platforms. With 500 million users, Google+ can be very beneficial for any business that does social media marketing.

This infographic shows ways on how to take advantage of the platform and improve results. Have a look.

Source: iQuariusMedia



Getting to Know You: How Google Is Changing Search

Google is undergoing a major long-term overhaul of its search engine, making it more personal and more conversational. Bloomberg West’s Jon Erlichman went inside Google and talked with Search Czar Ben Gomes about how his team is making this all happen. (Source: Bloomberg)

Social Media Marketing: How To Market Successfully On Google+ – Infographic

MarketingSuccesswithGoogle_5230f288aaceeThe world’s second biggest social network, Google+ is about to change the online marketing landscape. Our new infographic, developed from our Google+ Marketing Guide, breaks down the basics of what marketers need to know.

Source: Vocus

Google’s Revenue Sources – Infographic

how-google-makes-its-money_5214a03fbeb5bMiracles happen. For a company that for a long time was touted to “not have a product,” Google is doing plenty well.

This infographic shows from which sources Google makes money and what’s in the pipeline as a future revenue driver. Looks like Google is a good investment.

Source: BestAccountingSchools


How To Make Movies With Google Glass

University of Southern California Professor of Cinematic Arts Norman Hollyn discusses making movies with Google Glass with Jon Erlichman on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Google: Welcome To Your Life. We Know All About It – Infographic



In the name of advertising, everything is collected!

Find out some of the information that Google has on you, and discover some of the ways it puts it to use.

Source: WorldWideLearn


Motorola Moto X: Google’s Entire Mobile Strategy Rests On This Phone

Bloomberg Businessweek’s Sam Grobart considers the debut of the Motorola Moto X, the latest smartphone from Google, and a linchpin of the search giant’smobile strategy.


Why Did Google, Microsoft Results Disappoint?

Bloomberg’s Dominic Chu breaks down results from Microsoft and Google and looks at why the companies fell short of expectations. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.”


Microsoft, Google Results Felled by PCs, Mobile Ads

Martin Garner, director of mobile internet at CCS Insight, reviews results from Microsoft and Google and looks at why the companies fell short of expectations. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “The Pulse.”