Wednesday, September 29, 2010

New About Google -29 September 2010

  • Reflections on G-Kenya

    September 28, 2010

    [This post is by Reto Meier AKA @retomeier, who wrote the book on Android App development. — Tim Bray]

    Recently I visited Kenya for the three-day G-Kenya event. I was there for two reasons:

    • To talk about Android and the emerging mobile opportunities for African developers.

    • To ask questions and find out more about the reality of mobiles and writing code from the people there.

    Of the countries I’ve visited to talk about Android, nowhere have people had such a close connection to their mobile phones as in Africa. While most

  • Discover v201008: ExperimentService

    September 28, 2010

    Access to manage AdWords Campaign Experiments (ACE) has been introduced through the ExperimentService as part of the v201008 version of the AdWords API. Now you are able to configure split test experiments for a campaign through the API. A split test experiment lets you more precisely measure the impact of changes to keywords, bids, ad groups, and placements before you apply them to all auctions. This reduces guesswork and lowers the potential risk. For common usage scenarios and more details, check out this blog post and the AdWords Help

  • SEO Starter Guide updated

    September 28, 2010

    Webmaster Level: Beginner

    About two years ago we published our first SEO Starter Guide, which we have since translated into 40 languages. Today, we’re very happy to share with you the new version of the guide with more content and examples.

    Here’s what’s new:
    • Glossary to define terms throughout the guide
    • More example images to help you understand the content
    • Ways to optimize your site for mobile devices
    • Clearer wording for better readability
    You may remember getting to see what Googlebot looks like in our “First date with Googlebot

  • What does the future of display advertising look like?

    September 28, 2010

    This afternoon, we gave a keynote address at the Interactive Advertising Bureau’s MIXX Conference in New York, entitled “Display 2015: Smart and Sexy.”

    As you know by now, we’re investing significantly to make display advertising better for users, advertisers and publishers. Display advertising really is at the heart of what we’re doing at Google these days. 99 percent of our top 1,000 clients are now running campaigns on the Google Display Network. And last year, they increased their spending on display advertising by over 75 percent.


  • Safe Browsing Alerts for Network Administrators

    September 28, 2010

    Google has been working hard to protect its users from malicious web pages, and also to help webmasters keep their websites clean. When we find malicious content on websites, we attempt to notify their webmasters via email about the bad URLs. There is even a Webmaster Tools feature that helps webmasters identify specific malicious content that has been surreptitiously added to their sites, so that they can clean up their site and help prevent it from being compromised in the future.


  • Learn AdSense optimization techniques with our new video series

    September 28, 2010

    Did you know that a simple change like enabling both text and image ads can boost your eCPM and revenue? Or that a 300x250 medium rectangle typically performs much better in terms of revenue than a 250x250 square? Or that widening an AdSense search box can double the number of queries performed on your site, leading to higher earnings? If you didn’t, don’t sweat it -- the AdSense team and I have come up with a list of six top optimization tips and best practices that can help you earn more quickly.

    Many of our publishers’ sites and accounts

  • More tools for viewing document revisions

    September 28, 2010

    We’re happy to announce that a new revision history interface is now available in Google documents. To see it, go to File > See revision history.

    In the new revision history interface, you can see what changes were made at a glance.

    Click on a time stamp in the right column to see what changes were made at a given time or use the arrow keys to quickly scan through many revisions.

    Changes are color-coded based on each collaborator, making it easy to tell what has been added or deleted. For example, in the screenshot below, James

  • Responding to your popular SketchUp Ideas

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