Google understands Multi language websites – Google adds support for web pages that dynamically change their content based on IP origin or language settings.
Cortana & Siri will be on your desktop – Well actually Cortana has some support already and Siri. Interesting to see how this Star trek type of PC effects search.
WordPress All In One SEO – if you use WordPress to run your website, jsy add this plugin and your website will rank better, probably. Well it will certainly help a little.
Pinterest search change for men. Pinterest has changed it’s search results so that they are affected by the gender of the person searching, hoping to attract more men to the service.
Expedia buys rival for 280m. Expedia have bought rival travel city for £280m, sure to strengthen their position.
Mobile up over holiday period. Search Engine Land report that a key takeaway from the holiday benchmarks indicate that mobile marketing performance metrics are close to reaching parity with desktops.
Get your event venue in Google search results. The Google Webmaster Central blog urges us to mark-up our events using the event schema, now supporting, venues. Concert venues, theaters, libraries, fairgrounds, and so on: make your upcoming events eligible for display across Google by adding Event markup to your official website. They even have a search result ticket link.
Google releases No CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA. In an aid to get rid of Captcha’s, kind-of. Google say a significant number of users will be able to securely and easily verify they’re human without actually having to solve a CAPTCHA. Instead, with just a single click, they’ll confirm they are not a robot.
The amount of Firefox 34 users choosing to change their search preferences away from Yahoo search to Google is getting larger every day.
Previously released data from StatCounter after a deal was struck between Yahoo and Firefox says the general concencus is that Yahoo has the majority of users using their service, but a recent report from RKG’s Mark Ballard states that Firefox users are manually changing their settings back to Google.
Yahoo suffered a spell of downtime last Friday, a number of hours earlier the same fate was suffered by Bing.