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Google Continues To Improve Search AI

To keep on top of SEO it’s important to keep a close eye on what Google is planning. Last month, Google’s senior vice-president of search, John Giannandrea, spoke to Leslie D’Monte from Live Mint about the increasing role or artificial intelligence in search. From the exclusive and in-depth interview we have gained some vital insights […]

History of Google Penguin

In keeping with its animal theme, Google announced a major update with a fierce attack that has hurt thousands of blogs, websites, and online businesses. If you have yet to hear of Google Penguin, you are likely new to the online arena or living under a rock, but it is one of Google’s most important […]

History of Google Panda

Google releases hundreds of under the radar refinements and updates to their search algorithms each and every year. The majority of these updates are minute changes that go relatively unnoticed. The significant upgrades, however, are widely covered by bloggers and large news outlets alike due to the substantial impact they have at every level across […]

Google Testing More Green Ads, Santa Monica Movers Get Stars

SERPs looking particularly uniform today? Google appears to be running another test with the green “Ad” tag for AdWords ads. Several sites reported on people seeing this back in April and I noticed it again today via private firefox window, logged out. In national SERPs–particularly search queries returning ads without extensions–there’s virtually zero visual differentiation […]

24 Examples of Insanely Cool 404 Pages

http://theollybanks.deviantart.com/art/Another-Creative-404-page-209339620 Nothing’s worse than searching for a page that isn’t there. Frankly, bluntly, and in all other ways candid: hitting a 404 page usually sucks. There are, however, some creative methods one can employ to make the frustrating 404 experience suck a little less. Humorous attempts have been made by imaginative webmasters all over the […]

Google Testing Paid Nearby Businesses for Broad Local Terms

Noticed Google testing paid Nearby Businesses listings for broader terms that look nearly identical to the new local snack pack that recently rolled out, with one major difference: pay-to-play listings. I took a number of screenshots so you can see the various ad layouts they’re currently testing. Quality results for “dermatologists nearby” at the bottom.’= […]

Dramatic Vintage Effect in Photoshop

Today we’ll o create a Dramatic Vintage effect in Photohsop. Remember those old fashion photos… That’s the look we’ll try to achieve. In this tutorial we’ll use some interesting techniques and adjustments to get this done. So let’s get started! Resources: Photograph by Oleg Ti: https://www.flickr.com/photos/40881410@N06/5351557983 Final result: Step 1: Open Photoshop and create new […]