• Laurie Sullivan, Oct 28, 2010, 12:37 PM
  • Oracle Points To Specific Java Code In Google LawsuitZDNet

    Larry Dignan tells us that Oracle has amended its patent-infringement lawsuit against Google about Android and provided line-by-line comparisons in its exhibits to define the exact Java code in violation. Dignan provides copies of the filing.Read the whole story...

  • Get A Google BoostThe Search Agent

    Earlier this week, Google announced a feature for its local business advertising platform called Google Boost. The service, available initially only in San Francisco, Houston and Chicago, enables local business owners to easily create search advertisements directly from their Google Places account, according to Camille Canon. She provides insight on ways to capitalize on the ads appearing in the Sponsored Links sections of Google's SERP, as well as on Google Maps. These ads will include basic information about companies, including location, telephone number, ratings and reviews.Read the whole story...

  • Canonical Dos And Don'tSEOmozBlog

    Lindsey starts with the basics and moves to more advanced issues when describing the dos and don't of using Canonical tags. She goes into detail of why and how to use the rel canonical tag and when not to use it, including the opinions of experienced SEOs.Read the whole story...

  • Google Webmaster BasicsKISSmetrics

    Neil Patel has put together a beginner's guide to Google Webmaster tools. The lengthy step-by-step instructions full of screen shots walks through adding a Web site, site configuration, crawler access and site links.

    And don't forget about video, Patel writes. Marketers with video on their sites may want to make sure they include raw video files in their sitemap.Read the whole story...