Google has launched Firebase Analytics, a new analytics solution for mobile apps, at this year’s I/O 2016 developer conference. Firebase was acquired by Google in late 2014 and helps developers build apps for Androids, iOS and the Web. Current features include Realtime Database, User Authentication and Hosting. However, based on app developer feedback, Firebase … Read moreGoogle launches Firebase Analytics for mobile apps
Hopefully by now you know how important it is to not only have local reviews posted for your business, but to incorporate those reviews into your overall marketing and advertising plan. According to WordStream, “79% of consumers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations, 85% of consumers say that they read online reviews … Read moreFive places your business should source online reviews other than Google & Yelp
I just downloaded GBoard, the new Google iOS app that replaces the standard iOS keyboard with a keyboard that allows you to search Google from the board itself – and the results show up as cards at the bottom of the browser. Check it out: Gboard appears when you start to search in an … Read moreGBoard SEO: Ready For Single Result Mobile SERPs?
Also from Google’s Richard Gingras talk at Google I/O named Search and the mobile content ecosystem, Google revealed some new things about AMP, accelerated mobile pages. AMP’s growth rate: Richard Gingras announced Google has indexed AMP pages on over 125 million documents from more than 640,000 different domains across the web. Here is a photo … Read moreGoogle AMP has reached 125 million documents & is expanding to apps & recipe pages
Richard Gingras from Google in a talk he just gave at Google I/O named Search and the mobile content ecosystem said that Google is testing a real-time indexing API. The purpose is to give trusted publishers a way to send Google their content immediately, without Google having any delay in discovering that content. Google can … Read moreGoogle beta testing a real-time indexing API
The tag management firm now expands the data reach of the Cloud through IBM’s Universal Behavior Exchange. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article. Source: Marketingland