Here is how to get started:
- Use HTML5 and the accompanying code examples
- Info on JSON-LD & W3C specs
- Web Components wiki and the Web Components community
- Google’s structured data documentation
Here is how to get started:
Yahoo’s acquisition of Flurry enables Yahoo to launch an ambitious plan to extend the reach of its search. The free offering “new Mobile Developer Suite” and the suite includes:
For more details on Greg Sterling‘s article of “Yahoo Wants To Syndicate Search To 600,000 Mobile Apps“
As a mobile user I welcome the this opportunity to have deeper health information on the tips of my fingers. I can be certain that the health-related questions I may have will be answered professionally. Check out the blog by Google: “A remedy for your health-related questions: health info in the Knowledge Graph”
Latest article by Greg Sterling goes a bit further into depth on this release. This certainly fuels the rumor that Google is planning on a mobile search algorithm update.
For more information on:”Google Introduces Rich Medical Content Into Knowledge Graph.”
I think this is great News that Google’s “Local Guides” Encourages Yelp-Like Reviews on Mobile. This program positions Google to be competitive with other reviewer programs such as Yelp Elite and it will be a valuable addition to the space.
Here is where you can sign up to review for the Local Guides
Similar program that Google ran in the past was called “City Experts and members were automatically transitioned to “Local Guides.”
Great article by Yuyu Chen
I had a feeling this would happen sooner than later. Google has now access to Twitter full stream of tweets.
It is called commonly Twitter “firehose” and it was announced on Thursday Feb 05, 2015 by Twitter CEO Dick Costolo.
Twitter announced last November that it is making some of the hashtag pages friendlier to search engines and confirmed an increase in search-related visits.
How will it work? Check out the FAQs
Detailed information on this news check out Danny Sullivan’s article “Official: Twitter To Give Google Access To “Firehose” of Tweets”
The “tweaks” might be related to the “mass mobile warning.”
Uncertainty what type of Google update it was I am sure we hear more about it within the next few days.
I can’t imagine that a Chrome Release would show a large fluctuations and changes in the Google search results.
For more details check out the article from Barry Schwartz “Google Confirms Making “Tweaks” To The Search Results But Says No “Update” To Announce.
Eli Schwartz has the following advice:
Apparently when your website is not mobile friendly, you will or already receive an email from Google.
Check your Google webmaster tool for a message. Generally Google doesn’t do these types of mass notifications, but this might be a sign of a new mobile algorithm is coming.
For more information check out Searchengineland article: “Google Sending Mobile Usability Warnings To Huge Number Of Webmasters
More details in the article on Searchengineland.com. “Everything You Need To Know About Google’s Local Algorithm, Pigeon”