Feb 26 Posted 3 years ago
Thanks for dropping by Alicia.
IMO, Google's biggest fight would be against everyone who wants to guard privacy. Well, we know that privacy is gone the instant we connect to a network.
The way Google is becoming part of everything that constitutes our life - phone, car, friends and every other thing, that makes people more wary of the way how our details could be used by Google.
Guess, that would be it's biggest challenge, keeping private data 'private'
Feb 26 Posted 3 years ago
The update is not about ranking but more about how your search will be processed.
You might want to check if the site has not been hit with Panda/Penguin updates.
Nov 21 Posted 3 years ago
Could it be that Knowledge Graph is the final release of "Google Square"? (it was in Google Labs a couple of years ago). It was a great product even in beta :-)
You just hit the point with your answer. Google is in my car, in my inbox, in my desktop, in my mobile, in my house, ....is there where I want them to be?
It's the same old story ... a nice young start-up growing so fast and in so many ways, eating and buying companies in its own expansion to further strengthen its already dominant position on the Internet. Ask Microsoft about what's next: antitrust battles and fees, detractors, ...
What do you think Google will fight against in the upcomming years?
Oct 28 Posted 3 years ago
My site has gone back in the search results (ie) to 14, 15, 16 pages in google. how should i make it to the google 3,4,5 pages.. awaiting your response
Oct 23 Posted 3 years ago
Agree with you. Google is trying to get more human and if you look closely at all activities of Google, you might also note that Google is building an entire ecosystem around you - the car you drive is Google, the food you eat is delivered by Google, the content you see is driven by Google. They are touching all the aspect of our lives and it would be foolish to ignore them.
Oct 21 Posted 3 years ago
Great overview. Essentially, Google is trying to become more human so, instead of whacking out loads of keywords in each post, we need to carefully consider what users are actually looking for... Just like if you were talking to a friend! Not much has changed if you already create good quality content that answers consumer's questions.
Sidenote: If you are intested and to further add to the discussion, I wrote a piece last week on the effect of Hummingbird on Video (http://www.fatsandproductions.com/2013/10/11/how-will-google-hummingbird-affect-video-marketing/)
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