Tag: Google

Tip: Find Your Phone with Google Home

Like other mobile platforms, Android provides a service that can be used to help you find a lost or stolen smartphone or tablet. But now you can do so even more easily and naturally. If you have a Google Home smart speaker, that is. tu vari…

Using Google Analytics for Ecommerce SEO

Google and other search engines have made it challenging to identify the keywords that drive organic traffic to websites. Jill Kocher’s article, “Understanding Google’s Keyword ‘Not Provided’ Data,” provides a history and solutions for dealing with the lack of organic search keywords. Šajā rakstā, Es…

SEO: Preparing for Google’s Mobile-first Index

Google is switching to a mobile-first index in 2018, wherein rankings for desktop and mobile devices will be based on a site’s mobile experience. Google’s “Mobile-Friendly Test” will identify if a site is mobile optimized and can, arī, suggest performance improvements. Most searches on Google are

Google launches premium Pixelbook

Google has announced what looks to be a direct competitor to the Microsoft Surface family: the Google Pixelbook. Touted as a high-performance, two-in-one Chromebook, the Pixelbook is Google’s thinnest laptop thus far, measuring just 10.3mm thick, and it weighs in at a mere 1.1kg. Materials are

25 Triku, lai kapteinis Google Photos

You’re not at a loss for services that automatically back up photos and provide access to them on any device. There’s Flickr, Kopējai datu bāzei, OneDrive, and iCloud, just to start. But Google Photos has grown pretty fast, topping 500 million active users per month after two years