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Sorry, Microsoft Surface Users: No Google Search App For You

Windows RT Doesn’t Meet Google Search App System Requirments - Users running Windows RT as their operating-system aren't capable of downloading the Google Search application from the Windows Marketplace. [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

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Google developing keyboard for iPhone in hopes of boosting search volumes [report]

Keyboard part of a larger strategy to boost engagement with mobile search. #search #mobile #apple #iphone #tech #google

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A Modern Marketer's Modus for Mobile SEO #infographic

A Modern Marketer's Modus for Mobile SEO #infographic #SEO #Mobile

How Google “Won’t” Be Killed Off by Mobile Search

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Google Search Now Discovers Content Within Android Apps

Google Search Now Discovers Content Within Android Apps http://selnd.com/1dR5VkP

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Google Introduces Redesigned Mobile Search Experience, "Google Now" And Siri-Like Assistant

Google Introduces Redesigned Mobile Search Experience, “Google Now” And Siri-Like Assistant

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Infographic: SEO For Siri & The Mobile Search World

90% of mobile searches result in an action such as visiting a business location or purchasing a product.

Your traditional SEO techniques won't work the same for mobile SEO - you need a whole new approach. Follow our starter guide to set yourself up for success.

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Google Tests "Quick View" Button In Mobile Search Results

Google seems to be testing a new feature named “Quick View” in their smart phone enabled search results. The feature lets you load a page from the source web site in a quicker method, instead of loading the full page, which might require longer download time.

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Google May Penalize Non Mobile-Friendly Sites

Google May Penalize Non Mobile-Friendly Sites — Medium

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Google Mobile Testing Search Results Snippet Descriptions

Google is testing showing site and search results description snippets in the mobile search results interface. #Google #Search #Mobile

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Smartphone Vs. Mobile-Only Google Indexing

Comparing Mobile Search Results Side By Side - Here is a picture that compares site indexing for m.cmt.com (with no geo-data) on a desktop, smartphone and WAP phone. What you will notice is that the desktop and smartphone results are identical, but the WAP results have different pages included, with a different order, and even a different SERP template. #mobile

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Google Really Wants Businesses To Mobilize, Offering Free Sites to Small Busineses

Google is offering free mobile sites to small businesses for a year, enabling merchants to build a mobile site very quickly based on a series of templates. #google

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Cookiegate Another Privacy Black Eye For Google

To recap "Cookiegate": Google and other ad networks (i.e., Gannett’s PointRoll) were discovered circumventing mobile Safari’s default “no third party cookies” settings. The WSJ characterized it as “tricking” Safari. As a practical matter Google was trying to make its +1 buttons work on iOS. The company was quoted in the WSJ article itself saying that nothing sinister was intended.

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Google Adds Webmaster Tools Verification For Google My Business

Mike Blumenthal reports that you can now instantly verify your Google Local listings, formerly known as Google Place Listing and now known as Google My Business, through Google Webmaster Tools. #LocalBusiness

Mobile Mania - The Growing Importance of Mobile Website Optimization (infographic)

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Why Google's Reported CPC Declines Can't Tell The Story Of "A Mobile Advertising Problem"

Why Google’s Reported CPC Declines Can’t Tell The Story Of “A Mobile Advertising Problem”