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  1. Google Webmaster Tools Now Finds Smartphone Crawl Errors

    Simply log into your account, click on “Crawl Errors” under the “Crawl” submenu, and select the smartphone tab to view any crawl errors from your website. Server errors: A server error is when Googlebot got an HTTP error status code when it crawled...

  2. Google Patents Pay-Per-Gaze Advertising

    It describes the idea as a "gaze-tracking device that communicates with a server", which in turn keeps track of what the user looks at, creating a "gazing log" for advertisers. Google has been granted patents for a device that could monitor users...

  3. How Google’s Mobile Best Practices Can Slow Your Site Down

    See if Google is crawling your mobile content by checking log files for Googlebot-Mobile. This means a CDN would be worthless and a surplus of requests would begin hitting a site owner’s server(s). When a site serves special content on the same...

  4. 10 Website Quality Indicators That Can Sink Your SEO Battleship

    Add an authentication method such as Twitter/Facebook (never use just Facebook, many users won't log-in with their Facebook accounts). Generally, these can be fixed easily – in the case of a 404 error with a 301 permanent redirect or a server check...

  5. Google Shares 7 Tips With Free Web Hosting Sites to Avoid Penalties

    Watching your server log files for sudden traffic spikes for a newly-created website. Google is constantly on the lookout for spammy websites that don’t add “sufficient value” to its users. For free web hosting services that don’t want to see all...

  6. Google Tries To Stop Spread of Malware With Warning Above Search Results

    If you don't care yet, consider this: If you log into your Google Account, your username and password just got intercepted. All saving your password does is prevent you from physically typing each time you log in.