Google Video About HTML Meta Tag Verification

If you are using Google Webmaster Tool for your website or blog then you know very well about HTML Meta Tag Verification feature. In this tutorial latest Webmaster Help video from Google come from Maile Ohye. It’s all about HTML meta tag verification in Google Webmaster Tools. This video is very useful for fresher bloggers and webmasters.

Bloggers are fan of Matt Cutt’s videos from YouTube’s Google Webmaster Help channel. This video is nice to see some of the rest of the team take on subjects from time to time.

Maile Ohye is member of Google’s Webmaster support team. She will help you with the HTML Meta Tag and Verification in Google webmaster tool.

“Verifying ownership of your website or blog in Webmaster Tools provides you and Google a secure channel for giving and receiving information,” she says. “Including a specific HTML tag is only one of several ways you can verify ownership of your site. It’s a great option if you’re familiar with HTML code like head, title and body tags, and you know where and how to edit this content or if you’re using a content management system or CMS like Google Sites, be sure to follow any specific instructions from your provider.”

She advised that, “If HTML tags look and sound like gibberish, then perhaps give another one of the verification methods a try”.

Google Fiber Bar Introducing Video

A Different Kind of Fiber

Google Fiber starts with 100 times more fiber than any source of fiber available today. Tested in labs across our Mountain View campus, we found that in just the right synthesis, psyllium and vitamins C and D morph into a byproduct we have coded as Fiberlicious. This smarter fiber delivers just what the body needs to sustain activity, energy and productivity up to 100 times more than you have experienced before.

Whats New in Google Fiber?

* Fast Nutrients travel instantaneously to any organ with nutritional deficiencies restoring healthy function.
* Customized The Fiberlicious compound is able to take cues from your intestinal tract and customize the nutrients it delivers based on your body’s specific needs.
* Simple Google Fiber comes in a slim, light-weight, durable bar so that you can always get your Google Fiber when you want it.

Google Play Option is Added In Google’s Navigation Bar

Google Recently Added a New Digital Service in Google Navigation Bar That is Google Play. Google Introduce this Service in March 2012 When Google Rebrand its Android App Download Store. Google Play Includes an Online Store for Music , Movies, Books, Android Application and Music, As Well As a Cloud Media Player. Google Play is Online Service Which you can access from the Web, Mobile App On Andrioid and Google TV. Today When I Open Google Search in My Laptop then i Focused on Play Link. So I am Sharing This Article With You.

Read More About Google Play in Enet Blog

A Video on Best Use of Google Search Engine

Google is becoming the essential part of our life these days.  This is  most commonly used search engine in the Web. For searching something people mostly relies on the Google. Although Google  is mostly used by the people but they are not using its full power. You can perform various other operations too along with search for a particular topic.Following are the various tips and tricks for the Google search.

1  Make your mind that what do you want to search . Use the proper keyword so that you find the relevant material regarding your topic.

2  Put your search topic in the quotation marks (” “).By doing this the search engine scans its data base efficiently and gets back to you with exact keyword.

3  Use the Boolean operators like AND/OR/NOT. And operator allows the engine to retrieve those pages containing all keywords.Or allows to retrieve all and any keyword and Not allows not to retrieve particular keyword.

4 Google searches are not case sensitive so you can use both the uppercase and lowercase letters , result will be same.

5  You can use Google as a calculator also for performing various mathematical operations that saves a lot of time on your part.

Here is A Tricky Video

Google Launched New Toolbar on 1 Dec 2011

Out the black toolbar at the top of every page on Google. Now it will be a gray-white transparent toolbar.

By clicking on the Google logo on the left, you can access the main menu to navigate between search, images, maps, youtube, News, Gmail, Google Docs and everything else.

“Instead of the horizontal black bar at the top of the page, you’ll now find links to your services in a new drop-down Google menu nested under the Google logo. We’ll show you a list of links and you can access additional services by hovering over the “More” link at the bottom of the list.”

I don’t see the new bar yet but it should be available for everyone in the coming hours/days.

A new Google bar helps you navigate quickly between products, and share the right stuff with the right people easily on Google+.

Google Blacklists the Pirate Bay

Google Blacklists the Pirate Bay

Google Blacklists the Pirate Bay

Google has removed multiple file sharing websites from its search engine in its continued attempt to blacklist piracy related sites from its service. Popular peer to peer file sharing sites like The Pirate Bay, isoHunt, 4Shared and Torrentreactor, along with many others, no long appear in Google Instant or autocomplete searches. The only way to find the sites is to type their full name into Google. This should in theory reduce the number of hits the websites get drastically.

Terms like torrent, BitTorrent and RapidShare had been blacklisted previously from autocomplete and Instant services. The idea is that Google helps please copyright holders while putting a stop to online piracy. Problem is that in removing search terms the legitimate uses of things like RapidShare and BitTorrent also take a hit.

Google spokesperson Mistique Cano explained to TorrentFreak: “While there is no silver bullet for infringement online, this measure is one of several that we have implemented to curb copyright infringement online.”

“This is something we looked at and thought we could make some narrow and relatively easy changes to our Autocomplete algorithm that could make a positive difference,” Cano added.

Problem is that whilst it may be helping prevent piracy, it is fundamentally censorship, something which Google is not commonly associated with. This could be the beginning of a change in tack for the way Google manages its search.

Should Google censor? Let us know in the comments below …


How to use Google Search More Effectively

Among certain circles I’m known for my Googling skills. I can find anything, anywhere, in no time flat. My Google-fu is a helpful skill, but not one that’s shrouded in too much mystery — I’ve just mastered some very helpful search tricks and shortcuts and learned to quickly identify the best info in a list of results.

Sadly, though web searches have become an integral part of the academic research landscape, the art of the Google search is an increasingly lost one. A recent study at Illinois Wesleyan University found that fewer than 25% of students could perform a “reasonably well-executed search.” Wrote researchers, “The majority of students — of all levels — exhibited significant difficulties that ranged across nearly every aspect of the search process.”

That search process also included determining when to rely on Google and when to utilize scholarly databases, but on a fundamental level, it appears that many people just don’t understand how to best find the information they seek using Google.

Thanks to the folks at HackCollege, a number of my “secrets” are out. The infographic below offers a helpful primer for how to best structure searches using advanced operators to more quickly and accurately drill down to the information you want. This is by no means an exhaustive list of search operators and advanced techniques, but it’s a good start that will help set you on the path to becoming a Google master.

Click on image to enlarge :

How to use Google Search More Effectively

Google Today Celebrating Louis Daguerre 224th Birth Day

Google welcomed users with a family photo doodle in honour of Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre’s 224th birthday. The French painter and physicist was the inventor of daguerreotype, the first successful form of photography.

Before the daguerreotype, photography required hours of exposure and Louis Daguerre’s invention reduced it to 20-30 minutes.

In the daguerreotype process, a technique developed by Daguerre in collaboration with Nicephore Niepce in the 1830s, a silver iodide coated copper plate was exposed to light in a camera and then was fumed with mercury vapour. Then a solution of common salt was applied to form a permanent image. As the daguerreotype grew popular, later improvements shortened the exposure time to forty seconds by 1841.

Louis Daguerre was the inventor of daguerreotype, the first successful form of photography.
Google Today Celebrating Louis Daguerre 224th Birth Day

Born on November 18, 1787 in Cormeilles-en-Parisis, France, Daguerre learned architecture, theatre design, and painting. He along with De Dion-Bouton invented the diorama, a scenic painting within a box that when viewed through a peephole, changes color and direction of light to simulate changes in the weather, time of day, etc. In 1839 Daguerre’s Diorama was destroyed in a fire.

Daguerre died of a heart attack on July 10, 1851.

The Daguerre Google doodle shows a family of five in a 19th century style family photo, where the ‘G’ and ‘O’ of the Google name depict the father and the mother and the remaining three letters the children. The ‘Os’ are the two daughters and ‘E’ the son. The ‘L’ is the lamp. Interestingly the father ‘G’ bears a resemblance to Daguerre himself.

Google doodles have gained immense popularity over the past few years and the Google team has put out commemorative doodles on events ranging from news events, civic milestones, birthdays, death anniversaries and important dates in history.

Google estimates it has created more than 900 doodles since 1998, with 270 of them running in 2010 and about 200 in 2011.

A daguerreotype of Louis Daguerre in 1844 by Jean-Baptiste Sabatier-Blot.

A daguerreotype of Louis Daguerre in 1844 by Jean-Baptiste Sabatier-Blot.

Google Give us New Look of Gmail

A new and different looking for Gmail is now landing in users’ inboxes. The Gmail redesign, news of which leaked a couple weeks ago, is rolling out now, according to the Official Gmail Blog. Over the next few days, a “Switch to the new look” link will appear in the bottom-right corner of Gmail. All users will get the redesign soon after, regardless of whether they click the link.

Here’s a refresher on what’s new with Gmail:

New design :

New Design of Gmail
Gmail now takes on a similar look to Google+ and other products that have received the redesign treatment. Buttons are a light gray with sharp edges, and a big red “Compose Mail” button adds a tough of color to the interface. If you were using the “Preview” or “Preview (Dense)” themes in Gmail already, the new design should look familiar. But now, you can control the density of information by clicking the gear icon near the top-right side of the screen.

Navigation changes :

Labels and chat contacts now stay in view at all times. You can also customize the left navigation panel to show more more labels and less chat contacts, or vice versa.

New conversation view :

Conversation View in New Gmail
Gmail no longer assigns arbitrary colors to the names of each person in a conversation. Instead, each message includes profile picture. For every previously-read message, the sender and a snippet of text are now separated onto two lines, instead of being mashed into one.

Slicker search :

New Slicker Search in Gmail
A dropdown button in the search box now brings up advanced options such as searching by sender, recipient, subject and keywords. This streamlined search box takes the place of the “show search options” link in the old design.

HD Themes :

HD Themes in Gmail
Theme images are no longer blocked off by sidebars and other navigation panels. Images now extend across the whole screen, and Google is adding a new set of HD theme images from iStockphoto.

More Ads :

Google doesn’t mention this in its blog post, but the overview video for Gmail’s new look shows ads in a couple new places. While viewing the main inbox, a text-based ad appears on top, and when viewing individual e-mails, the ad moves down below. The new Gmail ads look a bit like the optional “Web Clips” that users can add to Gmail, but these are different, because you can’t scroll through them for editorial content.