After a lot of recent speculation, it has now been officially declared by Google that the load-speed of a website is now one of the factors considered when assessing site search rankings.
For those that are not aware Adsense is a Google-based advertising program. If you have ever visited a webpage and seen a small row, or column, of textual adverts on the page, the chances are that they will be Adsense. This will be confirmed if you notice "sponsored by Google” either above or below the adverts. Basically, whenever a visitor clicks on one of these ads, the website owner will receive a small payment – usually a few cents per click. Here is what you need to know to get started with Adsense.
Recently, Google added a new facet, the Google Plus One button for Web surfers to use. Google’s Plus One button promises some exciting changes in determining a website’s ranking on search-engine results pages. What is it?
In the early days of the Internet, search engines were easily manipulated by what is now called black hat SEO. Much of the listings ranked in the search engines had no value to the end user.
When Facebook first came on the scene, it was primarily a way for individuals to connect with one another. It took a lot longer for Facebook to catch on with the business world, but today many businesses have a presence on the popular social media site.