Every week millions of interesting links pop up around the Web. Some detail updates and advances in technology, some provide great insight to marketing strategies and tactics, some broaden our knowledge of the world around us, and others are just plain out-there. Since most of the staff at Aristotle share these links with each other, we thought we’d share them with you too. Enjoy.
- Google’s Matt Cutts talks about SEO future.
Matt Cutts, Google’s spam guy, posted a video on his blog about the upcoming changes to Google Search over the next few months.
- Google Authorship to get more authority.
I’ve written about the importance of Google Authorship before, but as you will see in this article, it will become more important than ever over the next few months.
- Bing puts Facebook data front and center.
Bill Hankes, a director at Bing, discusses the moves at Bing to bring the social graph data collected by Facebook to Bing’s search results.
- Google launches content recommendation tool.
If you publish many articles to your mobile website, Google’s new tool will offer your readers recommendations for similar content around your site. You can easily install the tool through your Google+ Page settings.
- Responsive Web Design navigation examples.
Looking to redesign your website using Responsive Web Design? Check out some of the options you can implement for your navigation structure. (And then call Aristotle to help you build your new site.)
- Highlights from Google I/O.
Google’s annual tech summit began earlier this week. A lot of new and exciting announcements are made at I/O. Here’s a recap of some of the best so far.
OTHER INTERESTING FINDS
- GeoGuessr: the Game.
This is an awesome time suck that uses Google Maps to create a game in which you’re given an undisclosed Street View location. Your job is to guess as close as you can to the actual location on the world map.