Thursday, October 14, 2010

New About Google -14 October 2010

  • AdWords Downtime: October 16, 10am-2pm PDT

    October 13, 2010

    We'll be performing routine system maintenance on Saturday, October 16 from approximately 10:00am to 2:00pm PDT. You won't be able to access AdWords or the API during this time frame, but your ads will continue to run as normal.

    - Eric Koleda, AdWords API Team

  • Another Successful Summer for Haiku

    October 13, 2010

    For the past four years, the Haiku Project has had both the honor and privilege of being a mentoring organization in Google Summer of Code. This has been a wonderful opportunity for the project, as it exposes us to many young and energetic minds that are interested in developing open source software. Even more exciting, it provides a unique opportunity for the project to generate income while growing a handful of carefully selected students into knowledgeable and potentially long-term contributors.

    Seven students were allotted for the Haiku

  • You Tube Holiday Marketing

    October 13, 2010

    This holiday season, we’ve prepared YouTube marketing strategies to help you take advantage of this time of the year on the top online video destination.

    Tip #1: Customize your YouTube Brand Channel
    Just as a retail store would dress up its window during the holidays, take advantage of enhanced features to customize your channel. For example, you can showcase your products with the 300x250 display ad; integrate all of your social media efforts with the channel banner that appears at the top of your channel page; and stay connected with your

  • Webmaster Tools - Links to your site updated

    October 13, 2010

    Webmaster Level: All

    The "Links to your site" feature in Webmaster Tools is now updated to show you which domains link the most to your site, in addition to other improvements. On the overview page you'll notice that there are three main sections: the domains linking most to your site, the pages on your site with the most links, and a sampling of the anchor text external sites are using when they link to your site.

    Who links the most
    Clicking the “More >>” link under the “Who links the most” section will take you to a new view that

  • The world as the eagle and the wild goose see it

    October 13, 2010

    One-hundred and fifty years ago today, on October 13, 1860, James Wallace Black shot the earliest still-existing aerial photograph in the U.S. He took the picture from a hot air balloon suspended above Boston Common, and the result, titled "Boston as the Eagle and the Wild Goose See It," is truly beautiful. The photo is part of the archive at the venerable Boston Public Library, along with other important historical images of the Boston area, and is particularly significant because most of the area visible in the photo was destroyed by the

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