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  1. SEO in the Age of Apps: Diversifying Your Mobile SEO Strategy

    Desktop preferences seem to translate to mobile search in a big way – if you're a Google person on the desktop, you'll be using Google your mobile device as well. Crawler Access: Allow access for all crawlers to both desktop and mobile websites to...

  2. SEO Diagnostics: Urgent & Preventive Care

    Have an m.subdomain for mobile content that is competing against desktop content. The desktop version of your content needs a rel alternate tag, which can be placed in sitemaps, or on the page itself, and the mobile version should use rel=canonical.

  3. Google Catalogs Design Tips: How to Best Showcase Your Products

    In the desktop version the annotations do not appear until the consumer hovers the mouse over the catalog. Depending on the page magnification the publisher uses while annotating the catalog in the dashboard, the annotations may appear larger or...

  4. 2007: A Search Odyssey? Keynote Conversation with Matt Cutts

    Cutts alluded to a range of other search types: image search, video, code search, and Google Desktop – which, like e-mail, Cutts believes is a safety net because it also remembers all the pages you've visited online and can bring up cached versions.

  5. 2007: A Search Odyssey? Keynote Conversation with Matt Cutts

    Cutts alluded to a range of other search types: image search, video, code search, and Google Desktop – which, like e-mail, Cutts believes is a safety net because it also remembers all the pages you've visited online and can bring up cached versions.

  6. Google Desktop Search 2 Offers New Sidebar Widgets, Outlook Integration & More

    Google has released a new version of its desktop search tool. Now in beta, Google Desktop Search 2 offers features such as integration with Outlook, indexing of email at Gmail, a sidebar with nifty widgets to display photos, headlines, RSS feed and...

  7. Search Engine Forums Spotlight

    Surely beats MSN to the desktop. Should we exclude them in the robots.txt file, or should we let SE's [search engines” crawl them? I think the engines probably have more serious challenges than the slew of little directories out there - but the...