News and Resources about Google
* Google’s Florida Update: One Month Later
It’s been almost one month since Google started rolling out the Florida update and millions of listings were dropped from the results. In that time, hundreds of search engine marketers and thousands of website owners have dealt with the loss with all the classic signs of bereavement: at first, denial, then anger, gradually changing to acceptance and finally, healing.
Dan Thies, of Seo Research Labs, came up with the interesting theory that the Florida changes are due to Google now using Topic Sensitive Page Rank (TSPR). His PDF article can be found here. It’s an interesting theory as it causes Google to use 2 different algorithms depending on the search term used. To date, it’s the only other theory that is believed to have a chance of being correct.
* Google Labs
Google labs showcases a few of Google’s favorite ideas that aren’t quite ready for prime time. Your feedback can help them improve these ideas. You can play with the prototypes and send your comments directly to the Googlers who developed them.
* Google Web Alerts
Google Web Alerts help you to monitor the number of searches carried out for particular keywords. Some handy uses of Google Web Alerts include: keeping current on a competitor rank or industry, monitoring references to your name or company, finding out when people link to your site and discovering new websites on a certain topic
* Google News Alerts
Google News Alerts are sent by email when news articles appear on-line that match the topics you specify. Some handy uses of Google News Alerts include: monitoring a developing news story, keeping current on a competitor or industry, getting the latest on a celebrity or event and keeping tabs on your favourite sports teams
* Google Ad Sense
Google Ad Sense is a fast and easy way for website publishers of all sizes to display relevant, unobtrusive Google ads on their website’s content pages and earn money. Because the ads are related to what your users are looking for on your site, you’ll finally have a way to both monetise and enhance your content pages.Disclaimer: We all know that getting a site to a top rank is not as difficult as maintaining that top rank. Although using the above information will help you get a top rank in Google, however getting a top rank in Google requires hard work and dedication. We do not provide you any guarantees that you will get a top rank in Google by using the above techniques. Getting a top rank depends on competition sites and generally top ranked sites are always updating their content on a regular basis.