That is the ultimate question addressed in this video. Matt Cutts from Google has released a new Webmaster Help video which discusses the issue of duplicate content. This one is about duplicate content and how it relates to legal content, such as disclaimers and/or a website’s terms and conditions.
2 weeks ago, Gmail Launched it’s native application for the iPad, iPhone, & iPod Touch devices. However, hours after the launch, Google had to pull the app from the virtual shelves due to several flaws, including a bug that broke iOS notifications. The application also got slammed in the reviews for its lack of functionality.
On a blog post posted on Google’s Blog today, Mathew Izatt States:
“Two weeks ago, we introduced our Gmail app for iOS. Unfortunately it contained a bug which broke notifications and displayed an error message, so we removed it from the App Store. We’ve fixed the bug and notifications are now working, and the app is back in the App Store.”
Version 1.0.2 fixes the critical bugs, but does not add any new functionality to the application. Also, Gmail for iOS still does not support multiple accounts and still does not host email on the user’s device.
“We’re just getting started with the Gmail app for iOS and will be iterating rapidly to bring you more features, including all the ones listed above plus many more.”
Hopefully we will see these new features soon.
Today, November 7, 2011 Google has announced that they have launched their version of the Facebook Fanpage called Google+ Pages. The new Google+ pages look very similar to Google+ Profiles, except for a little icon that designates that it’s a Page rather than a Profile.
“So far Google+ has focused on connecting people with other people. But we want to make sure you can build relationships with all the things you care about—from local businesses to global brands—so today we’re rolling out Google+ Pages worldwide,” Says Vic Gundotra, Senior Vice President of Engineering at Google. Continue reading