Hummingbird Is Google's Biggest Algorithm Change In 12 Years

Let’s get one thing straight right up front. Hummingbird is not a new algorithm update like Panda or Penguin. It’s a new algorithm. Panda and Penguin are parts of the bigger algorithm. Hummingbird is the actual bigger algorithm. Google has been around for fifteen years now, and Hummingbird is apparently the biggest thing they’ve done to the algorithm in twelve.
http://www.webpronews.com/hummingbird-is-googles-biggest-algorithm-change-in-12-years-2013-09

Keyword Lookup Tool Change from Ryan Deiss

One big announcement came from Google, which revealed its Keyword Planner has replaced Keyword Tool. Google now requires you to log into an AdWords account to accomplish tasks formerly handled by Keyword Tool, and this Google support post covers what this means for SEO strategists.
http://mail.digitalmarketer.com/ct/32155882:9719420652:m:1:750461629:15C46ADB41250387D6E2A262DA0C4D18:r
The Keyword Planner, in combination with some impressive new reporting features, is helping shape the way SEO is performed and measured across the Google platform. The Inside AdWords blog covered this in Analyze and optimize your search footprint with the new paid & organic report—a piece I plan to read in full, because I believe it signals the beginning stages of a Web traffic game changer.
http://mail.digitalmarketer.com/ct/32155883:9719420652:m:1:750461629:15C46ADB41250387D6E2A262DA0C4D18:r

The Google 'Not Provided' Problem Isn't Getting Any Better

About two years ago, Google launched SSL Search on Google.com as the default for signed in users, as a measure to protect user privacy. This encrypted search meant not providing keyword search data through analytics to websites that these users visited. As a webmaster, you would see that you were getting this traffic from Google, but the keywords would be unknown, as Google would label this traffic Not Provided.
http://www.webpronews.com/the-google-not-provided-problem-isnt-getting-any-better-2013-09

Do You Really Want Facebook Telling You How Many People Are Ignoring Your Posts?

But what if nobody actually cares what you’re posting on Facebook? What if the amount of friends who are seeing your posts is much higher than you think – and they’re just not interacting. Would you really want to know how many people saw your post and simply allowed it to scroll on by? Do you really want to know the full extent of the situation? That many of your social media posts aren’t going unseen – they’re just being ignored.
http://www.webpronews.com/do-you-really-want-facebook-telling-you-how-many-people-are-ignoring-your-posts-2013-07

Browser Size Tool

One aspect of website creation, or design changes which can be forgotten is optimizing for various browser sizes. With the advent of mobile and tablet devices, this becomes an even more important step. With the What’s My Browser Size tool, you can adjust your browser to match various resolutions to see how your site will show up in different sizes.
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