As of now, Google has gone under many changes in their appearance and the search results. Following to the new look of Google, they are updating the definition for the verbal and adjective words in their search results. Normally we used to find definition using advanced search query operator like define:beautiful. Now Google search results started showing definition with the corresponding pronunciation for the verbal words on the very first snippet of the search results page and also it is displaying with the popular online dictionary websites like Dictionary.com, Answers.com and The Free Dictionary websites.
Yes, online form builders are so easy to use that even your tech savvy ‘grandma’ can build them. Forms are an essential tool in a website as they allow visitors to communicate with you either regarding a query or a information on your product/service or just to say hi.
I hope you that you all aware of robots.txt, do you ever checked robots.txt file in major websites?. Check this Delicious robots.txt file, which is used as an example to show the complex & concept of robots.txt file by one of my colleague. I am just curious to check the robots.txt in my client sites and in other sites too. When I checked the same in Twitter, I came to know a new term called ‘crawl-delay’. This directive was used by Twitter in their robots.txt file. Read more
Google supports a number of advanced search operators that helps the user to make specific queries and doing some great help to SEO as well. Recently Microsoft’s Bing offers some advanced operators for effective searching. It contains some operators like site, intilte, inurl, define , AND , OR that are also found in Google and there are certain other queries which are more advanced merely absent in other search engines. Lets have a look at it and how it is effectively used. Read more