Nine Hertz has researched Google’s Structured Data and have put together this infographic entitled “Detailed Study on Semantic Markup or Structured Data”, which explains the What, Why, How and Where to use Google’s Structured Data (Semantic Markup).
Google makes billions of dollars because of the complexity of Adwords combined with advertisers not fully understanding how to manage their campaigns. As you start to better understand how Google Adwords works you can start to benefit more from your search marketing efforts. Here is an infographic that shows how Adwords works.
Google is ubiquitous in our daily lives and while it does have rivals, none will have the influence or market share that they have. This infographic explores that chequered history of Google which is littered with innovations and acquisitions making it also one of the most powerful and influential worldwide corporations. It also looks at ‘getting to know’ other aspects of the company such as the name, the people and some interesting facts.
The following infographic from GreatBusinessSchools.org takes a look at the war of products and ideas between two of today`s biggest tech giants.
It may seem that fighting with all these Pandas and Penguins is quite challenging. That’s why the folks at Promodo have drafted the whole process and put it into one image so you can easily figure out how to gain the lost traffic back.
You already know that there are many ways to improve your PPC performance, but improving your AdWords Quality Scores should always be a priority. Having low quality scores can impact your bottom line by effecting how much you pay per click, but it can also prevent your ad from showing up all together.
In the battle of the search engine, Google, is by far the leader, with their powerful and innovative research tools including Google scholar, Google app engine, Google books, Google play, Google Earth, and of course – YouTube. In this infographic, learn how Google has changed research for grad students.
Welcome to the future where your house keys will tell you they’re still on your desk at work, your tools will remind you you loaned them to a friend and your car will drive itself to retrieve both. Business Management Degrees has put together an infographic detailing Google’s dominion over data through their mapping program. The graphic is particularly interesting to those of us with interests in privacy, education, and of course the control of data and personal information.
Google is arguably the king of the Internet. While their stats for some measures are not number #1, they take top place for many other measures to make up for it. BestComputerScienceDegrees.com has put together some stats and facts that may give you an idea of how big Google really is.
When it comes to online marketing data, some of the metrics and terminology can be confusing. One of the most helpful things you can look at is your site’s Google average position rankings. This infographic from shows how Google calculates average position and why this is an important way to measure your online success.
Google’s Education initiatives have made strides in improving education for students across the globe. In this infographic by TopMastersinEducation.com, learn about Google programs that can benefit you.
Ever since America at large discovered the convenience of the Internet, people have been using it to research everything from recipes to real estate listings. Add to that, we’re a society that leans a bit paranoid when it comes to our aches and pains–and it certainly comes as no surprise that health concerns are one of the more popular search topics on the Web.