From the dayGoogle started talking about its Google Chrome OS, developers, competitors, and observers have been wondering why Google needs two operating systems: One is Android and the other is Chrome OS. At chrome OS briefing, Google was asked whether Chrome OS would support Android apps. The answer is NO.
Of course, as Michael pointed out during the Q&A, Steve Jobs said the same thing when he launched the iPhone without apps, and then when he was ready, it was all about the apps. But Google had a good response: they want to make web apps work well on Chrome OS and therefore will only be focusing on those. Later on Sergey Brin touched on the same theme when he said, “Call us dumb businessmen, but . . . we believe the Web platform is a much simpler way.”
Here’s the initial exchange from MG’s live notes:
Q: So Android’s marketplace is key – what about Android apps on Chrome?
SP: Independent of Chrome OS we’re all about moving web apps forward – including things like Photoshop on the web. Android apps currently will not run on Chrome OS.
Internet truly has a huge number of new search engines. And their number is increasing every day. But can you tell atleast one of them to beat Google? This question is answered by renowned Canadian internet marketer “Titas Hoskins” in his article.
Google – is really now a leading search engine. 72% of online searches in the U.S. are made through Google, and in the rest of the world, this percentage is even higher. Most of the websites are search engine optimized for Google.
But internet marketers must closely monitor the emergence of new search engines. This is especially true for those search engines that deliver more quality traffic. But Hoskins said that Google.com is responsible for about 80% of its revenues in the network.
Search engine rankings also relies on in what way your search terms are placed strategically within your web pages. Density of keywords is decided by the website owner such that the website owner needs to know how frequently the search terms will appear within the web page. The earlier the search terms appear on the content page, the more chances for them to rank higher. All other website elements including tables which are designed on top of the page will push the search terms lower and would make them less effective. This will plummet your chance to be placed on top of search engines.
As key words are well researched, creating a relevant material for them is the second step for guaranteed search engine placement. Search terms must be clearly reflected in the page. It doesn’t matter how great your page title is, if the article has nothing to do with it, then the idea is lost. Relevancy will be the main objective of every web surfer and giving her with information rich and clearly written content will enable her to browse the inside pages for more information.
Allow your potential buyer scour on the other pages through clear and visible hyperlinks. You can do that by creating a sitemap of everything you can offer in the website. Guaranteed search engine placement is achievable as long as you understand seo rules and use them to your website. Right keywords, thoughtful placement and visible linking are nothing more than dominating the search engines and getting your estimated visitors for online success.
Website owners can make use of various promotional methods aside from using email marketing, web 2/3 promotions and even PR submissions. The most important contributors for Internet success include search engines which decide your presence in the search listings. It is through search engine placement that website owners can enjoy the perks of the vast online market. The search terms with the most relevant matches will be ranked at the top by the search engines and will enumerate where your website will appear. Landing on the top ten rankings of the search engines means a maximized option for visibility. Visibility is traffic and traffic means potential sales.
Moreover, if your web site appeared on after 10 positions, surfers would may not want to research for more and would accept what the search engines have listed them earlier. If you are not in the top ten, you can’t expect any visitors.
Falling into the 2nd page and beyond rankings of search engines means that your website lacks the basics of search optimization. Guaranteed search engine placement emanates from your knowledge of search optimization and your capability to make use of its principles throughout your marketing plans.
For Experts, it would appear that key words are the most important principle of web site success. Top engine rankings can be achieved when your website is linked with particular and well researched keywords. Researched key words are the doorway for buyers to visit your web site. Provide unique and researched key words which are known to match your targeted buyers’ queries.
On the subway, I bump elbows with a guy for 20 city blocks without exchanging a single word. Forty-five minutes later, I find the same guy at the local guitar shop, and we start to talk — turns out he plays a Gibson Les Paul just like I do. We may have been strangers on the train, but in the guitar shop, we discover our shared passion for guitars.
Often, the web can feel like that subway. There are probably people commuting to the places you regularly visit, but you don’t know who those people are, and your paths may never cross. With Google Friend Connect, we’ve been helping millions of website owners make their sites more like that guitar shop — a social place where visitors can get to know each other — and less like the anonymous subway ride.
With this in mind, we’re thrilled to introduce a new set of Friend Connect features that let site owners help their visitors get to know each other and personalize their site’s experience and content.
Break the ice
Visitors to your site can get to know each other better by sharing details about themselves that are relevant to the site they’re on. As a site owner, you can help them do this by visiting the new “Interests” section of your Friend Connect account, where you can add site-relevant questions that people can answer when joining your website or via the poll gadget. For instance, if you have a music website, you might ask people to share their favorite bands, the last concert they attended, or where they discover new music. Or if you run a hiking site, you can ask them about a favorite hike or national park. The details people share are added to their Friend Connect public profiles for your site, which are seen by other site visitors. This way, your visitors can learn more about each other in the context of the interests that bring them to your website.
Source: Google Blog