Internet traffic hijack disrupts Google services

Internet traffic hijack disrupts Google services  Washington Times Full coverage Swiftype Trends Related Posts:Top trending Google search on Election Day: ‘Dónde votar’Among Amazon HQ2 watchers, Northern Virginia checks…Internet Search Engines and Two-sided Markets :…

How Google and Amazon Got So Big Without Being Regulated

Once upon a time, in the 1990s and 2000s, the web and the internet were new and everything was going to be different forever. The web formed its own special exception to just about everything humanity had faced before. Personal relationships, private identity, and communication styles were all different “in cyberspace.” Logically, this also suggested […]

How to easily search for text on a page in Firefox

The later releases of Firefox have a lot of really handy, but somewhat hidden, features. One such feature allows you to search for a string of text on a web page, simply by typing. In other words, you no longer have to hit the Control-F key combination. Although that may not sound like a huge […]

New Website Audit to Satisfy the Most Demanding Users

This is a sponsored post written by SE Ranking. The opinions expressed in this article are the sponsor’s own. A website audit is arguably one of the most important tools in the SEO arsenal. Whether you need to check why your keyword rankings suddenly dropped or figure out how and where to start with your website optimization […]

YouTube DOWN: New server issues hit Google PlayStore and Dr…

Many online services are reportedly suffering server issues tonight, including YouTube being down alongside the likes of the Google PlayStore and Drive. “Videos aren’t loading, and they aren’t downloading with YouTube Red. Is this the crash of YouTube 2: electric boogaloo?” one user writes. It’s unclear what is causing tonight’s problems, however, there are several […]

Product Quality and Entering Through Tying: Experimental Ev…

by Hyunjin Kim and Michael Luca     Overview — This study empirically explores Google’s decision to tie its new reviews product to the top of its search results, excluding competitors. Results suggest that such “tying” can facilitate dominant platforms’ entry into adjacent markets, even when the tied product is of worse quality compared […]