Only affects the slowest mobile sites Incremental improve to your site can make big impacts in speed Fast sites that go faster won't see a ranking improvementOf course, the big news is that it is live today, rolling out now. So if you see your mobile traffic change - i.e. get better or worse, that may be related to this change. If you have a slow mobile site and you see less traffic from Google and Google Search Console shows you ranking changes with mobile - then it might be related to this Speed Update. If you see more traffic, it might mean that your competitors are slow, super slow, on mobile. … [Read more...] about It’s Live: Google Speed Update Now Rolling Out
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Google may be getting itself into hot water again with paid links. In 2012, Google Chrome was caught buying links and they ended up penalizing themselves for it. It wasn't the first time, Google penalized themselves in the past for cloaking AdWords help, cloaking AdWords support and the Google Japan PageRank penalty. … [Read more...] about Google Chrome Caught Buying Paid Links For $350,000?
To upgrade, go to the Chrome menu and click on "About Google Chrome" and then it will check to see if there is an update. It will then most likely start updating - some users may have to click a button to start the update: … [Read more...] about Screen Shot: Google Chrome Now Labels HTTP URLs As Not Secure
Another similarity is that the iPad depends on the iTunes marketplace for apps. I suspect that Chrome will grow more as its own Chrome Web Store develops more apps within it. I also suspect Chrome might become more acceptable to some people if it grew some more native utilities and added things you expect from an actual computer - better file navigation, better visual displays. … [Read more...] about The Google Chrome OS Cr-48 Notebook
Now Chrome OS. Worked hard to make it as much as possible as just the web. Easier to show than talk, so we’re geting a full demo. Open the lid, choose connectivity, accept terms and conditions, then check for updates. Then login to your machine. Then take a picture. Now in the notebook. Zero to done in 60 seconds on brand new machine (because it was pulling data from his other machine). … [Read more...] about The Google Chrome OS Notebook Launch Event