Matt Cutts, asked final night around twitter for webmasters and SEO’s to fill out a consult on a subject of tiny sites and Google rankings.
Matt Cutts asked “if there’s a website that we consider should be doing improved in Google, tell us some-more. The form creates it transparent that stuffing out this form will not impact a ranking of a submitted.”
One of the more preferred advertising channels is obviously Facebook. Partly because so many people use it, but also because it provides advertisers with so much data to make decisions based on.
Facebook advertiser will now have access to millions of stock photos that are commercially licensed and available for all Facebook ad formats at no additional cost. This new effort seems to be connected to Facebook’s initiative to streamline its advertising with the hopes of making ads look and feel more consistent.
Web Developers and Web Designing Companies have been collaborating to try and combat spam with various methods for years. One method that is being used nearly unanimously by webmasters is the CAPTCHA which stands for- Completely Automatic Public Turing Test to Tell Computers and Humans Apart.
Some captcha are really hard to decipher, it looks like a child had written something with an ink-starved pen and then left the piece of paper out in the rain, quite artistic. If you try to attempt that code surprisingly it will be thrown back with an “incorrect code entered message”.
The first change announced is an analytics feature called Top Fans that does pretty much what it sounds like: it tracks a You Tuber’s most influential or engaged fans, and lets the You Tuber know what they are doing.
Like most new features, in order to use Top Fans one has to link their Google+ account with YouTube, and once the accounts are synced, Top Fans will group these influential supporters in a separate Google+ circle. A You Tuber can then choose to send messages or share content with these special fans. Users in the United States with over 5,000 subscribers can sign up for the service.