Category Archive for: ‘Google Technology’

Google Launches Accessible Search

Today Google launched a new search service aimed at the sight-impaired population that uses screen readers to access the web.  Dubbed “Google Accessible Search”, the new service aims to make the Google search more accessible, as well as to aid the blind in using Google Search to find websites that are also accessible, and simple enough to use with a …

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Google Link-Juice

I read an interesting article over on Google Blogoscoped about the possibility of Google having an “anti-linkjuice flag” that would allow a page to have PR, but prevent it from passing on PR to other sites. We know Google sometimes penalizes sites, removing their PageRank, and thereby also removing the chance for webmasters to effectively sell PageRank through text links …

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Google Sends Aspirin After AdWords Changes Causes Headache

On July 4th, Al Scillitani wrote an open letter to Google on his blog, Marketing Pilgrim.  In the letter he commented on the frequency of changes with Google AdWords recently.  He complained about how all the changes were giving him a headache, and requested that Google send him some acetaminophen in compensation for his troubles. A Google employee happened to read that …

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Google Video Goes Global

Google Video was today launched in France, Britian, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, Canada, and the Netherlands. Like the US version which launched in January, the international versions feature thousands of videos featuring everything from kids goofing around in front of their webcam to serious documentaries and more. Google hopes that the country specific versions will begin to evolve to reflect …

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Google Testing Gdrive, aka Platypus

Corsin Camichael stumbled across a page hosted on Google’s servers, which seems to indicate that Gdrive is something that Google has already begun working on.  It also suggests that the name of the service, or perhaps code name of the service, is Platypus.  The page, which was located at , has since been removed, but a screenshot of the page …

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