I’ve been using Google calculator a long time. It used to just show you the equation like this: 35000*20 = 700000 But now they have a cool built in ajax calculator now. You can still put the equation in search, but it will pop into this.
UPDATE: 2012/07/10 Check it out below. Well – here we are again, we have a new test to look at. This time we are looking at the effects of strict HTML on the way Google measures a page. The essential question of does Google look at more than the H1 tag when analyzing a page? The theory is – … Read More
In the Know: Search Engine Optimization Search engine optimization is the practice of making web pages that will be placed high in the results page of a search engine such as Google. In order to achieve a high ranking, web developers and admins use various tools and techniques in optimizing their website. Getting a high ranking in the results page … Read More
Google is known for regularly tweaking and updating its search algorithm. Most of these changes do not really get the attention of an average user. However, the past few months have witnessed two big updates, whose effects are resonating throughout the online world. These changes have caused web rankings of some legitimate businesses to drop, making users question Google’s algorithms. … Read More
It came up again today at work (Clickstop) where we had a SEO discussion about different SEO Tests, this time it was the idea of “Does keyword position matter to Google?”. Basically – does it really matter what position on the page your keyword shows up? Here’s the idea: Assumptions: Same keyword for each page Different paragraph text for each … Read More