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How To Get More Value Out of Google Search

Google provides us with enormous information, and it has allowed us to find the value we need quickly. If you think back several years ago, you’ll remember how search engines were so complicated and the results were even more. For example, you’d type in a search phrase and the engine would return low quality results. However, things have changed enormously and search engines now provide more value than ever before. The cool thing now is that search engines are able to provide bloggers valuable i...
Tags: Google, Blogging, Google News, The Net, Neil Patel, Google Alerts, Google News Google, Google Questions, Google News Many, Buzzumo


How to Get Into Google News - Whiteboard Friday

Posted by PolemicToday we're tackling a question that many of us have asked over the years: how do you increase your chances of getting your content into Google News? We're delighted to welcome renowned SEO specialist Barry Adams to share the framework you need to have in place in order to have a chance of appearing in that much-coveted Google News carousel. Click on the whiteboard image above to open a high-resolution version in a new tab! Video Transcription Hi, everyone. I'm Barry ...
Tags: Google, News, Seo, Ap, Barry, Google News, Reuters, Speechpad, Google News Google, Barry Adams, Google News Google News, Polemic, Polemic Digital


Google News Update Coming To Help Publishers Can't Find Their Articles

Earlier this week, we reported about a number of complaints from Google News Publishers where they said it is hard for their content to be found in Google News. Google posted in the Google News Help yesterday that they plan on releasing an update to help resolve some of the issues.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Engine Optimization, Google News Help, Google News Google, Google News Publishers


Google To Investigate Google News Publishers Concerns Over Discovery

After months of complaints in the Google News Help forums from some Google News publishers saying their content is not being surfaced or discovered by their audience in Google News, Google said they are investigating. Lisa Wang from Google wrote the other day "We're aware of the concerns some publishers have raised about issues around finding their sites or particular articles in Google News. We're looking into the reports and will provide an update soon."
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Google Search Engine Optimization, Google News Help, Google News Google, Lisa Wang


The new AI-powered Google News app is now available for iOS

Google teased a new version of its News app with AI smarts at its I/O event last week, and today that revamped app landed for iOS and Android devices in 127 countries. The redesigned app replaces the previous Google Play Newsstand app. The idea is to make finding and consuming news easier than ever, whilst providing an experience that’s customized to each reader and supportive of media publications. The AI element is designed to learn from what you read to help serve you a better selection of...
Tags: Google, Apps, Media, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Ai, Google-News, Google Play Newsstand, Google News Google


Google News gets an AI-powered redesign

As had been previously rumored, Google introduced a revamped version of Google News at its I/O developer conference today. The A.I.-powered, redesigned news destination combines elements found in Google’s digital magazine app, Newsstand, as well as YouTube, and introduces new features like “newscasts” and “full coverage” to help people get a summary or a more holistic view of a news story. Google CEO Sundar Pichai spoke of the company’s responsibility to present accurate information to users who...
Tags: Apple, Google, TC, Facebook, Tech, Google-News, Sundar Pichai, Facebook Google, Google News Google, Newsstand, Google I/o 2018, Google News PM Trystan Upstill


Google launches redesigned Google News with an emphasis on fact checking

Google News, Google's one-stop shop for breaking and developing news stories, has been redesigned from the ground up. It's streamlined, simplified, and a lot easier to customize than before. The post Google launches redesigned Google News with an emphasis on fact checking appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Google has redesigned Google News, its web portal for breaking stories

Google News, Google's one-stop shop for breaking and developing news stories, has been redesigned from the ground up. It's streamlined, simplified, and a lot easier to customize than before. The post Google has redesigned Google News, its web portal for breaking stories appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Master YouTube Video Search with Simple Commands

YouTube is the second largest search engine on the Internet after Google. This guide discusses advanced search operators that you can use with your YouTube search queries for more accurate video searches. How to Search YouTube like a Pro! Find a specific YouTube channel royal wedding, channel YouTube will have numerous videos related to the royal wedding but if you are only looking for their official YouTube channel, add the word channel to your query separated by a comma. Watch live videos o...
Tags: Google, Internet, Youtube, Seo, Justin Bieber, Archives, Oprah, Savage Garden, How-to Guides, Google News Google


Google rolls out Fact Check tag across search and news

Google introduced Fact Check tag across its search and news products globally across all languages Friday, the company announced in a blog. Google first introduced the Fact Check tag across US and UK in October last year. This is a big day for fact-checkers on the Internet. Hours before Google made its announcement, Facebook made public plans of paying fact-checkers. “For the first time, when you conduct a search on Google that returns an authoritative result containing fact checks for one or m...
Tags: Travel, Google, Facebook, UK, News, Internet, US, Donald Trump, Fact Check, Facebook Twitter, US France, Medianama, Google News Google, Fake News, Germany News, Nasr Ul Hadi


Before fake news exploded, here's how Google filtered out untrustworthy news sites (GOOG, GOOGL)

For the small team maintaining one of the world's most popular news sites, the job was straightforward: weed out liars and scammers. But amid a sea of online information and misinformation, the Google News staffers had a sometimes tricky task. The editorial team carrying out the job was nothing like a traditional newsroom. Some members of the team had journalism bona fides, others came from the world of customer service, and still others were contractors based in India or other parts of the worl...
Tags: Google, Facebook, India, US, Trends, Google News, Business Insider, Don, Mountain View California, Google Google, However Google, Facebook Still, Google News Google, Business Insider Decisions, Google News One


Secret de-ranking and outwitting spammers: Recollections from inside the Google News 'black box' (GOOG, GOOGL)

For the small team maintaining one of the world’s most popular news sites, the job was straightforward: weed out liars and scammers. But amid a sea of online information and misinformation, the Google News staffers had a sometimes tricky task. The editorial team carrying out the job was nothing like a traditional newsroom. Some members of the team had journalism bonafides, others came from the world of customer service, and still others were contractors based in India or other parts of the world...
Tags: Google, Facebook, India, US, Trends, Google News, Business Insider, Don, Mountain View California, Google Google, However Google, Facebook Still, Google News Google, Business Insider Decisions, Google News One


Content Curation 101: 7 Best Practices, Helpful Tools & Great Examples

In today’s digital world, marketers know that creating quality content is key to informing, engaging and inspiring action, as well as building authority and rapport with their audiences. And oftentimes that means creating original pieces and assets that tap into their audience’s interests, address pain points and answer burning questions. But let’s face it: marketers are busy—and creating quality, original pieces that get results and position your brand as having the best answer is incredibl...
Tags: Pinterest, Adobe, Seo, Content Marketing, Content Curation, Digital Marketing, Toprank Marketing, Buzzsumo, Lee Odden, LinkedIn Marketing Solutions, Storify, Google News Google, Hubspot HubSpot, Curata


Google has replaced its 'In the news' section on desktop search, which was a target of 'fake news' criticism (GOOG)

In the wake of criticism over fake news on its platform, Google is removing its "In the news" section from the top of desktop search, and replacing it with a carousel of "Top stories," similar to what exists on mobile. This move had been planned for quite some time, and is being rolled out globally, according to Google. (Business Insider previously reported that a change was in the works). Here is what a search for "Fake News" returns now: The removal of the word "news" will, hopefully, help dr...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Trends, Google News, Sundar Pichai, Trump, Google News Google


Google is killing a section of desktop search that was a target of 'fake news' criticism (GOOG)

In the wake of criticism over fake news on its platform, Google is removing its "In the news" section from the top of desktop search, and replacing it with a carousel of "Top stories," similar to what exists on mobile. This move had been planned for quite some time, and is being rolled out globally, according to Google. (Business Insider previously reported that a change was in the works). Here is what a search for "Fake News" returns now: The removal of the word "news" will, hopefully, help dr...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Trends, Google News, Sundar Pichai, Trump, Google News Google


Google plans to remove the 'In the news' section from its desktop search following 'fake news' criticism (GOOG)

Following criticism over fake news on its platform, Google plans to remove its "In the news" section from the top of desktop search results in a matter of weeks, according to a source familiar with the matter.  It will be replaced by a carousel of "Top stories" similar to what now exists on mobile. This move had been planned for quite some time, the source said. The removal of the word "news" will, hopefully, help draw a sharper line between Google's human-vetted Google News product, and its mai...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Trends, Google News, Sundar Pichai, Trump, Google News Google


A Call for Cooperation Against Fake News

We -- John Borthwick and Jeff Jarvis -- want to offer constructive suggestions for what the platforms -- Facebook, Twitter, Google, Instagram, Snapchat, WeChat, Apple News, and others -- as well as publishers and users can do now and in the future to grapple with fake news and build better experiences online and more civil and informed discussion in society. Key to our suggestions is sharing more information to help users make better-informed decisions in their conversations: signals of credibil...
Tags: Google, Facebook, News, Washington, Wikipedia, BetaWorks, John Borthwick, Github, Google News, Huffington Post, Publishers, Clinton, Taboola, Trump, National Review, Jake Tapper


Learn From the Best: Google's Nine Principles of Innovation

Google is widely considered, by both the general public and business experts, to be one of the most innovative companies in the world. So how does Google promote a culture of innovation and ensure that innovative ideas are properly implemented, creating profitable new products that position the company for long-term success? Google's "recipe" for driving innovation is no carefully guarded secret sauce. Rather, Google has openly shared this information with the public. In 2013, Google codified a ...
Tags: Google, News, Spain, Larry Page, Coca Cola, Marissa Mayer, Google Street View, Huffington Post, Gillette, Robert, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, Google health, Google News Google, Gopi Kallayil, Robert F. Brands


Prospecting: How Potential Sites Make A Good First Impression

With content marketing becoming the norm for SEO success, it’s important to make sure your content is dynamite. Great content can take a lot of time and resources, so naturally you want people to share it and help drive traffic back to the site. Choosing the right influencers and journalists for your outreach efforts can really make or break your campaign. Prospecting Philosophy Finding the appropriate writers and influencers for your content can be tricky; it not only matters if they write ab...
Tags: Seo, Content Marketing, Outreach, Google News, Seo And Content Marketing, Prospecting, Muckrack, Google News Google, Business Insider Huffington Post