Google unveils GBoard, a new app for your iPhone that lets you search and send information, GIFs, emojis and more, right from your keyboard. The company blogged about their new app available surprisingly only for iOS and currently only available in the U.S. Search is incorporated right into the keyboard as one would expect from […]
Google dealt a blow to Payday lenders and domain investors who have invested in payday loan type domains. A few years back I knew some people getting big parking clicks with Payday loan domain names. From a parking or developed site monetized by AdWords, it is a negative, but since the industry is still in […]
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Google has finally acquired the domain name AndroidTV.com Google lost a UDRP on the domain name back in March 2014 after the panel said the dispute was outside the types of disputes the UDRP was set up for. You can read our summary of the UDRP here. In April 2014 Google announced that they […]
Every year Larry Page and Sergey Brin write a founder’s letter to update shareholders about what’s going on. This year Larry let new Google CEO, Sundar Pichai do most of the talking. While Google is onviously a player in the domain space there was not one word about domains. Sundar did speak about something that […]
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Chris Lake wrote an article on Clickz that looked at the most expensive keywords for the U.K. After looking at the data it is clear that Google would love to see online gambling legal in the U.S. SEMRush compiled data for Lake and showed 77 of the 100 most expensive keywords are gambling related. The […]
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For those not following Google over the last six weeks, right side desktop ads are gone and the rules of SEO and how people scan Google have changed a bit. Dan Bagby wrote a good article on these changes and provided some insight into keyword research. From the article: Removing the ads from the right […]
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Greg Sterling published an article on Marketing Land that Yahoo is in play and that Alphabet and Verizon are both interested in acquiring the company. Sterling pieced together a couple recent reports along with data from comScore. Below is a look at the top digital properties according to unique visitors. Read the full story on […]
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Google Domains has moved over to a .Google TLD. You might remember last April’s Fool’s day when Google temporarily put up “com.google”. This is for real and in a post Google says: Introducing domains.google — a new URL for Google Domains “We’re so excited about new domain name endings, we decided to use one ourselves! […]
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Google registry released a new tool “Domain Test” which is a “tool designed to help developers test their applications for compatibility with new top-level domains (TLDs). ” Domain Test was “developed by Google and launched in a partnership between Google Registry and Ausregistry, CentralNic, Donuts, RightSide, and Uniregistry. Domain Test is an open source project […]
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Google released its Better Ads Report 2015 and Mike O’Brien at Clickz.com brokedown the report. It seems that Google blocked 780 million bad ads in 2015. From ClickZ: Some of the main perpetrators include: More than 12.5 million pharmaceutical ads violating Google’s healthcare policy, which doesn’t allow misleading claims or products that haven’t been approved. Scammers – […]