Google utilized this year’s Searchology 2009 event (held on 12th May), besides other things, in presenting new options that will be made available on the Google search engine within a month’s time (for the moment, as far as I can tell, this option is available only on www.google.com).
The New York Times published an interesting article about advertisers who use Google AdWords as a means of presenting their services and products. Namely, according to the data they have acces to, the number of advertisers they are talking about is enviable — which gives some explanation to the question about Google’s profit.
There you go, it has happened — Google published its SEO guide (best practices) for webmasters. Covered on 22 pages, Google gives advices for improving visibility on Internet search engines and, of course, for increasing the number of visits.
Considering that I have been offline some time, a lot of news has accumulated, especially when talking about Google. Anyway, not to write a whole opus on Google (like there is not enough talking about Google), here are some things that Google decided to introduce while I was in the state of hibernation.
It is surprising to me that the new feature Google made available 2-3 days ago, didn’t make a stronger response. First of all, it is about an interesting product that could be of interest to a large number of site owners.
AdManager could be defined as a platform that will run in backround of your web pages and serve the managment and selling of advertising space on your site — it will do the job that the majority of pages fail to do in order to turn its web project into serious destination for potential advertisers (and profit, of course).