Google best blogs

: Have you ever realized just how many Google blogs are out there? Ten, twenty maybe? Well no there are actually over 100 Google blogs by my last count. When we refer to Google blogs, these include actual blogs started by Google to communicate news and updates about their various products and services. In addition there are a number of blogs, 50 or so to be exact, by Google people (Googlers as they have become known as). We have reviewed over 120 Google-related blogs and came up with the Top 50 Google Blogs.

We took the time to visit these 120+ blogs and have compiled a list of the Top 50 Google Blogs. Note: While there are a number of unofficial Google related blogs, this list contains only blogs that have been released by Google itself or from current Google employees. Best Blogs

The easiest most guaranteed way almost 100 for signing up with google adsense

Yeah, as people know, Google Adsense has been a craze everywhere around the Internet. When you look around a website, usually out of nowhere pops these Google Adsense Ads in many many different "colors". Yet, there are way too many people who fails registering for a Google Adsense account, way too much. Even if there are 100 people out of a million that register fail to apply for Google Adsense, it is still considered A Lot. I'll explain why. Google has got a blog service at Blogger. com. Yeps, you see it all over the internet too. To register for Google Adsense, don't hesitate on doing one thing. Register Google Adsense with a Blogger. com's Blog URL! Google loves blog. They are the best source of information around the world. It's where people put in interesting things from the world, people just love it. So, you want to register for a Google Adsense account, stop hanging in the sky wondering what is the best way. Have yourself go http:// Blogger. com, register, create a blog and fill in what you ate for breakfast today. That easy! After that, go http:// google. com/adsense, and register a Google Adsense account with the Blog URL you have. You're basically done, wait 3 to 5 days - usually in 3 days, Google Adsense staffs are fast, and you're ready to get your Google Adsense account, cause they're approved!

The easiest most guaranteed way almost 100 for signing up with google adsense

Yeah, as people know, Google Adsense has been a craze everywhere around the Internet. When you look around a website, usually out of nowhere pops these Google Adsense Ads in many many different "colors". Yet, there are way too many people who fails registering for a Google Adsense account, way too much. Even if there are 100 people out of a million that register fail to apply for Google Adsense, it is still considered A Lot. I'll explain why. Google has got a blog service at Blogger. com. Yeps, you see it all over the internet too. To register for Google Adsense, don't hesitate on doing one thing. Register Google Adsense with a Blogger. com's Blog URL! Google loves blog. They are the best source of information around the world. It's where people put in interesting things from the world, people just love it. So, you want to register for a Google Adsense account, stop hanging in the sky wondering what is the best way. Have yourself go http:// Blogger. com, register, create a blog and fill in what you ate for breakfast today. That easy! After that, go http:// google. com/adsense, and register a Google Adsense account with the Blog URL you have. You're basically done, wait 3 to 5 days - usually in 3 days, Google Adsense staffs are fast, and you're ready to get your Google Adsense account, cause they're approved!

Google adsense donts for using the google adsense program 195

Google Adsense: Don’ts for Using the Google Adsense Program Google Adsense is a fun and easy way to make extra money. It’s important to follow the rules though as Google is serious about the integrity of this program. Not following the rules could result in your Google Adsense account being terminated. Here are a few Don’ts for using the program: DON’T Never, ever, ever click on your own ads. Google Adsense makes it very clear this won’t be tolerated. Don’t ask your friends and family to click on your ads. Rather, earn money by referring them to the Google Adsense program. Don’t participate in the Google Adsense program strictly for the money. This is not a get-rich-quick scheme. It will take time and hard work to make a profit. Don’t worry if you don’t understand everything the first day. Although the Google Adsense program is extremely user-friendly, it may take a little time to integrate all the facets of the program. Be patient and above all, have fun! Hopefully, these helpful tips will ease you into using the program and help you avoid mistakes that could possibly cost you a lot of time or money. Word Count 195

Is google gunning for directories

Why is it that webmasters are so quick to blame Google if their website falls down the search rankings, or out of the rankings altogether? Can it never be their own fault? I read an amusing forum post headed “What’s up with Google?”. The writer had a website just 2 months old, which had only had 2 visits from Googlebot, a Google robot. The poster was a bit grieved, and was blaming Google. It seems they had extrapolated their own situation into one they had witnessed with other webmasters on another forum. They were also upset, this time by Google’s latest update, as their websites had been badly hit. Of course, the drop way down the rankings had seriously affected their income

Is google gunning for directories

Why is it that webmasters are so quick to blame Google if their website falls down the search rankings, or out of the rankings altogether? Can it never be their own fault? I read an amusing forum post headed “What’s up with Google?”. The writer had a website just 2 months old, which had only had 2 visits from Googlebot, a Google robot. The poster was a bit grieved, and was blaming Google. It seems they had extrapolated their own situation into one they had witnessed with other webmasters on another forum. They were also upset, this time by Google’s latest update, as their websites had been badly hit. Of course, the drop way down the rankings had seriously affected their income

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Google Adsense: What is Google Adsense for Search Google Adsense for Search is different than Adsense for Content but it is just as important to your earning power with the Google Adsense program. Just like Adsense for Content places targeted ads on your content pages, Adsense for Search places targeted ads on the results page of the search set in motion on your page. You can use the standard Google search box on your site and the user can then search the web or even your site. When you feel more comfortable, you can change the look of the Google search box, essentially customizing it by changing the colors and using your logo. The best thing about Google Adsense for Search is that you can track what your visitors are searching for. That is, if the search has two or more hits. Unique queries will not be tracked. But you can see the top 25 searches performed from your website by clicking on the Advance Report from the Reports tab and specifying a date range. Word Count 175

The red herring that is google pagerank

Google likes to offer all kinds of neat little tips and clues regarding how it views sites. Google PageRank is one such tool, but with questionable value. The Red Herring that is Google PageRank Google is a highly secretive beast. If you are trying to optimize your site to obtain high rankings, Google will provide you with little or no information. It even fails to show all of the links it is counting to your site, a negative step that no other engine takes. What Google does provide, however, is the Google PageRank for sites. In my opinion, Google PageRank is a bit of red herring. I don’t believe it tells you much about how Google views your site. Instead, it is a bit of bait designed to get you to download the Google Toolbar. Yes, you can only see your PageRank if you download a Google program on to your computer. And you thought Microsoft was bad! Assuming you have downloaded the toolbar, the PageRank is the little bar in the middle that should be partially covered in green. The green represents your PageRank and is out of ten. You can run your cursor across it and the actual PageRank number will appear. Most sites have a PageRank of 3 to start off with. Google gives itself a rank of 10, while Yahoo and MSN each get a 9. If your bar is grey, it means you have been banned by Google for doing something they don’t like in your optimization efforts. If the bar is blank, it either means your site has not been indexed yet, is relatively new or Google is updating its rankings. So, what does the Google PageRank really mean? Not much. Originally, it was thought to be a measure of value compared to other sites. Google still touts the tool as this, but this claim appears a bit dubious. A site with a PageRank of 5 will not necessarily outrank a site with a PageRank of 3. You can perform a search on Google for practically any keyword and see as much by looking at the top 5 returned listings. Google PageRank is an interesting tool in a very general sense. It can be used to determine that Google has found your site and how it generally values it compared to others. Just keep in mind that it does not actually mean much of anything when it comes to rankings.

Beyond the box with google s web api

Google, the most popular, and many say best, search engine, offers searchers many options to help them zero in on just what they're looking for. Although these search modifier features are documented on own site, many searchers, including experienced marketers and technically savvy people, simple don't know these features are available. But these features, along with the Google search box, are only available to human searchers, who can type in their search parameters, and perhaps some keyboard scripting programs as well. But there is a way for programmers and web site designers to access Google's database from their own sites, in the exact way they need. This is done by using Google's Web API (Application Program Interface). With the API, programmers can use most any web programming language, such as PHP, ASP, Perl,.NET, and Java.

Google's Web API provides "data hooks" that allow a remote program to access certain portions of Google easily. You must be very aware of the Google Web API Terms of Service. You must obtain a developer key that you will include in each API use, you are allowed only 1,000 automated queries per day, and perhaps most important, you may not use the Google API for commercial purposes. It is only for your personal use, and you of course may not violate any laws or copyright protection. Google provides a developer's kit to help you get started. Data is interchanged between Google and the application program using an XML structure, so the results from Google should be relatively easy to parse even for only moderately experienced developers.

If you have problems or questions, Google offers Getting Help, Reference and FAQ links, and you will find help and discussions on any of several forums should you need more help. Just search Google - from the search box! By Jakob Jelling http:// sitetube. com

Beyond the box with google s web api

Google, the most popular, and many say best, search engine, offers searchers many options to help them zero in on just what they're looking for. Although these search modifier features are documented on own site, many searchers, including experienced marketers and technically savvy people, simple don't know these features are available. But these features, along with the Google search box, are only available to human searchers, who can type in their search parameters, and perhaps some keyboard scripting programs as well. But there is a way for programmers and web site designers to access Google's database from their own sites, in the exact way they need. This is done by using Google's Web API (Application Program Interface). With the API, programmers can use most any web programming language, such as PHP, ASP, Perl,.NET, and Java. Google's Web API provides "data hooks" that allow a remote program to access certain portions of Google easily.

You must be very aware of the Google Web API Terms of Service. You must obtain a developer key that you will include in each API use, you are allowed only 1,000 automated queries per day, and perhaps most important, you may not use the Google API for commercial purposes. It is only for your personal use, and you of course may not violate any laws or copyright protection. Google provides a developer's kit to help you get started. Data is interchanged between Google and the application program using an XML structure, so the results from Google should be relatively easy to parse even for only moderately experienced developers. If you have problems or questions, Google offers Getting Help, Reference and FAQ links, and you will find help and discussions on any of several forums should you need more help. Just search Google - from the search box! By Jakob Jelling http:// sitetube. com

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Google Adsense: Do I Need A Pin Number For Google Adsense? When you accumulate $50.00 in earnings, Google Adsense will send you a Personal Identification Number (PIN) to the payment address you supplied when you signed up. This is just another security precaution that Google Adsense has in place to protect their publishers but it is important. Once you’ve been mailed a PIN number, your account payments will be on hold until the PIN is entered in your account. You can still have access to your account and earn money; you just won’t be paid until the PIN is entered. If it hasn’t been entered within 1 year, your account will be disabled. To enter your PIN after you receive it in the mail, log into your Google Adsense account. Click on the My Account tab, then click on edit.

Update the appropriate field and click submit changes. It would also be a good time to check your contact information and make sure it is correct. You’re now well on your way to receiving your first Google Adsense check. Word Count 179

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Google Adsense: Dos for Using the Google Adsense Program Google Adsense is a fun and easy way to make extra money. It’s important to follow the rules though as Google is serious about the integrity of this program. Not following the rules could result in your Google Adsense account being terminated. Here are a few Dos for using the program: DO Read the Terms and Conditions and Program Policies thoroughly. Read everything you can about Google Adsense. Learn from others’ experiences and mistakes. Learn how to optimize your site for the most enjoyable and profitable Google Adsense experience. Realize it does take some time and hard work. That’s why it’s so important that you write about something you care about. Hard work is even harder if you don’t like what you’re doing. Visit other sites that are benefiting from Google Adsense. Click on the ads only if you are truly interested in the product or service being advertised. Read other people’s blogs and comment on them. Only offer a comment though if it is truly sincere. Hopefully, these helpful tips will ease you into using the program and help you avoid mistakes that could possibly cost you a lot of time or money. Word Count 203

How to appear in google s local search results

Google doesn't only exist at http://google. com/ - Google also has local versions, such as http://google. ca/, http://google. com. au/ and http://google. co. uk/. Each of these has a selection below the query entry field that allows the user to select either 'search the web' or 'search pages from '. If the visitor selects 'search pages from ' they will only see results which Google judges as being local to the country in question. Many webmasters are unaware of what is required to be listed as being "from" their own country. This article discusses what you need to know to have your site appear in a Google Local search results page.

When Google tries to determine whether your site is appropriate for each of these country-specific search results, it will firstly examine the TLD of your domain name. For example if you have a site called mysite. co. in, then you will appear when a searcher queries at google. co. in for Indian results. If you don't pass this test, Google will give you a second chance and look at the physical location of where your site is hosted. For example, a site hosted in Canada will appear to be a Canadian site to Google and will appear in the results set for a query on google.

ca for Canadian pages. (Its actually a little more complicated than that; it depends on the location of the company that owns the IP address used for hosting your site. But 90% of the time the location matches the ownership, so the above description is an adequate approximation.) So, when I am asked the question 'why doesn't my site appear in the google results for my country?' I answer by first asking if the domain name has a local TLD and then if they are hosted in their country. If the answer to both is 'no' then I explain they need to either buy a local domain name or move their hosting and then (after a delay while Google 'notices') they will appear in the desired result set. Note that the major exception to this is the US - while Google has the. us domain name, it diverts to the general google. com site, so there is no way for US residents to use Google to find local sites. Getting your website to appear in the local search results as well as the general Google results isn't hard, but you do have to know what you are doing.

How to appear in google s local search results

Google doesn't only exist at http://google. com/ - Google also has local versions, such as http://google. ca/, http://google. com. au/ and http://google. co. uk/. Each of these has a selection below the query entry field that allows the user to select either 'search the web' or 'search pages from '. If the visitor selects 'search pages from ' they will only see results which Google judges as being local to the country in question. Many webmasters are unaware of what is required to be listed as being "from" their own country. This article discusses what you need to know to have your site appear in a Google Local search results page.

When Google tries to determine whether your site is appropriate for each of these country-specific search results, it will firstly examine the TLD of your domain name. For example if you have a site called mysite. co. in, then you will appear when a searcher queries at google. co. in for Indian results. If you don't pass this test, Google will give you a second chance and look at the physical location of where your site is hosted.

For example, a site hosted in Canada will appear to be a Canadian site to Google and will appear in the results set for a query on google. ca for Canadian pages. (Its actually a little more complicated than that; it depends on the location of the company that owns the IP address used for hosting your site. But 90% of the time the location matches the ownership, so the above description is an adequate approximation.) So, when I am asked the question 'why doesn't my site appear in the google results for my country?' I answer by first asking if the domain name has a local TLD and then if they are hosted in their country. If the answer to both is 'no' then I explain they need to either buy a local domain name or move their hosting and then (after a delay while Google 'notices') they will appear in the desired result set. Note that the major exception to this is the US - while Google has the. us domain name, it diverts to the general google. com site, so there is no way for US residents to use Google to find local sites. Getting your website to appear in the local search results as well as the general Google results isn't hard, but you do have to know what you are doing.

The mythical google sandbox

: Who haven’t been in the Google Sandbox? As new website owners, we all experience the Google Sandbox dilemma. I can relate to the pain of webmasters and website owners who are currently experiencing being on the Google Sandbox. And I bring good news: there is a guaranteed way to come out of the Google Sandbox! But first, it is important that you know what is meant by Google Sandbox. The Google Sandbox Google Sandbox is such a popular term among webmasters, web marketing specialists and new website owners. Google Sandbox refers to the period when a new website appears invisible on the Google search results even after a month or two of search engine optimization. The most probable reason why new websites are placed in the Google Sandbox is that Google doesn’t see yet the importance of these websites. New websites can be on the Google sandbox for at least three months.

This is a test of patience for the website owner and of course the web marketers who have tried their best in promoting the website. It would be understandable to be on the Google sandbox for at least three months. But what about those websites which seem to be locked on the sandbox for many months already? How To Get Out Of The Google Sandbox? Who would want to be in the Google Sandbox forever? Of course, every single website owners aim to finally get hold of Google Sandbox freedom. But what can we do? The best and guaranteed way to get out of the Google sandbox is to focus on your website and not on Google.

Forget about the Google Sandbox first and concentrate on more important things in web marketing. Shift your focus from the Google sandbox to making your website more relevant. You can’t simply get out of the sandbox – you need to impress Google with your website. This way, Google will be able to see your website’s importance and when it does – boom! Out of the Google sandbox you go! How Earn Google’s Respect These effective tips in search engine optimization will help your website in its struggle to be free from the Google Sandbox. These are easy steps that are undoubtedly effective. • Equip your website with the relevant and useful web content. Your website must have a unique content.

• Submit your website to high quality and relevant web directories. • Create relevant articles that provide useful information about your website’s theme and submit them to article directories. This a good way of generating quality one way links. • Blogs, forums and other interactive stuffs can add to your website’s relevance. Why let your website remain on the Google Sandbox when you can let it come out in no time?

Don’t be contented being on the shadows of other websites. Instead create your website’s own shadow! Come out of the Google Sandbox now – it’s easy, just follow these tips and soon your website is free!