Google’s Content Network provides a way for advertisers to present ads on content pages of sites whose owners have signed up for the service. Hundreds of thousands of site owners show ads on their sites from Google. The advertisements displayed are based upon the content shown on the pages of the participating sites, using a … Read more Google Ads Based upon Toolbar Collected User Behavior Data
The problem with Duplicate Webpages on Websites One of the technical issues that can cause problems with a search engine crawling a site to index its pages is when the content of pages on that site appears more than once on the site at different URLs (Unique resource locators, or web page addresses). Unfortunately, this … Read more Duplicate Webpages at Different URLs on a Site
Imagine that someone types in a query at a search engine, and a page from your web site shows up in the results. In addition to a link to your page, there’s an animation in the sidebar that shows off the services that you offered. Under a new advertising program, you’ve subscribed to the links … Read more Associating Search Ads with Links Instead of Keywords
The order that pages appear in the results of a search at a search engine may be influenced by the number of pages that link to that page, and by rankings of the pages that link to that page. When a site is linked to by a popular and trusted domain, that link might provide … Read more Do Domain Ages Affect Search Rankings?
One of the features found at Google is the ability to receive driving, flight, or other transit information, to help you get from one location to another. Driving directions from Google Maps is one example, and Google has been working on providing public transit information in selected areas. You can also gain access to some … Read more Ambiguous Locations on Google