Google’s bottom line is still growing at a healthy pace, but the current downturn is forcing the company to focus on the bottom line. Continuing its recent efforts to increase advertising revenues wherever it can, Google is changing the way ads are placed on its search results pages. [Read more]
Chrome is a stripped-down, no-nonsense browser from Google, and unlike Firefox, it doesn’t have an array of add-ons available to change its behavior. But there are plenty of secrets hidden beneath Chrome’s shiny surface. Whether you want to do something as simple as reload the past 10 tabs you’ve closed or something fancier like force Chrome to use a different theme, peer into the mysteries of the Chrome “about:” page, or power up Chrome with “bookmarklets,” here are some tips and tricks to help you get the best out of Chrome. [Read more]
E-consultancy estimates that the total UK search market will grow 24% to £2.75bn this year.
That’s a healthy growth figure, considering the sector’s growing maturity and the economic constraints facing consumers and advertisers. [Read more]
In a blog post today Google says they’ve identified 1 trillion unique URLs on the web. It’s actually more, they say, but some web pages have multiple URLs with exactly the same content or URLs that are auto-generated copies of each other. [Read more]