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Are you bored with the old fashioned look of Google Places search results? Do you sometimes struggle to spot the address or contact number you're looking for right away? It looks like your troubles may be over, since Google officially announced last week that we can all look forward to an updated Places layout. Generally the changes of the new layout affects on both the "Pure Listing" (3-pack or 7-pack)...

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Google Analytics introduced Visitors Flow last week, a tool for creating interactive flow graphs that represent how visitors "flow" through your website. These convenient visualisations of the Visitor Path report make it much easier to segment user behaviour and optimise the visitor experience. Another tool added was Goal Flow, which does the same thing with your website's goals. About Visitors Flow Visitors Flow creates flow graphs that represent your number of visitors across a given time period, how...

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Originally posted on MatthewForzan.com.au Back in March, Google released information on how to "Make your AJAX Applications Crawlable" which showed a step-by-step method on how to make your AJAX/JS search engine friendly. The latest news comes this morning as Matt Cutts announced on Twitter that the latest Googlebot update, allows Google's famous search bot to execute and crawl dynamic AJAX/JavaScript comments on websites. Such exciting news to...

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The Google+ team have been working hard to bring users new and exciting things to experience. Here are some videos of things just announced on the Official Google Blog! What's Hot on Google+: Your chance to glance at what is users on Google+ around the world are talking about just with a few simple clicks! Google+ Ripples: An exciting new way to visualize how your shares are propagated...

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Today Google announced SSL Search has been made the default search option for users signed into Google (https://www.google.com.au), in order to better protect user privacy. For those not familiar with SSL (Secure Socket Layer), it is an encrypted connection between you (the client) and a server. SSL is denoted by https:// in the URL of a website instead of http://, and is commonly seen on E-Commerce check-out...

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Data, data, data! It is very important that you track the statistics of your webste to learn about your website visitors. Google Analytics has been a important tool for personal blogs, small to large companies, and most websites on the internet. The current version of Google Analaytics is good, but based on user feedback, it's not good enough. So Google has introduced Google Analytics Premium, which caters to the specific needs...

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According to a recent video published by Google, the search engine’s algorithm changes in excess of 500 times over the course of a single year. All of these revisions, tweaks and updates have been developed in effort to drive the most relevant user to the most relevant website as quickly as possible. Naturally, these changes affect where your website appears in Google’s search results. Most notably,...

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One of the funny things about Google is their ability to release awesome things for public consumption without the majority of their audience being aware of it. Take Google Labs for example, a testing ground Google has used over the years to get usability feedback from the online community. Labs is now unfortunately being phased out, despite its contribution to Personalised Search and many other...

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The upgrades and value adds keep coming as Google continue to roll out new and improved features for Google Analytics. The search engine company's web analytics gurus have been actively gathering user feedback on each new set of updates, and based on a lot of that they have come up with the following additions: Simplified Custom Report Building Additional Metrics and Dimensions Custom Navigation These new powers are fantastic for...

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