Many webmasters have just enough knowledge of SEO to be dangerous, but Google's Maile Ohye in this AMA podcast published today brings clarity to some of the key danger zones.
With its new informational series, the Web giant aims to answer questions about why a site was hacked, what malware may have been used, and how to wipe the site clean of bugs.
New tool will allow Webmasters to eliminate disreputable or irrelevant links that may hurt a site's search engine results ranking.
Contractors who formerly had access to big sites like eBay report they suddenly have access again.
Want to know more about censorship, love, or legos? The Web giant reworks its search feature to display more comprehensive articles, papers, and blog posts alongside its quick answer listings.
The power of Google's core search business was on display Tuesday when it demoted the travel site in its search results. Paid links to Expedia may have triggered the penalty.
Google confirms it made a change to better protect the privacy of how people search. However, it left loopholes and once again failed to seize an opportunity to encourage all sites to go secure.
Web sites that present one type of site to Google's crawlers while presenting another type to users may be in for a rankings shift, according to a Google engineer.
Cutting down on clicks needed in an image search, the Web giant enhances Google Images to let users "quickly flip through a set of images."
"Security glitch" in Netscape 4.x