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Google Maps Speed Camera Update

Google Maps To Start Showing Speed Camera Updates & Locations

Google Maps is set to start showing speed camera locations on Australian roads.

The Google Maps service recently integrated road hazard alerts and is now expected to include speed cameras soon. Users will be able to alert the Google Maps system of speed cameras, with the app showing the speed cameras as well as the time they had been seen.

These added features and Google Updates by Google Maps have been rolling out over the past six months, some of these features are being ported over from Waze. Waze is a map company that was bought out by Google in 2013, for the most part Google has kept Waze standalone, but recently has decided to move popular features from that service over to Google Maps.

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Google Releases Ad Blocking Feature in Google Chrome On Feb 15 2018

The 2018 new year follows a caution of ad-blocking enforcement released in June. Chrome will stop showing advertisements that offer non-compliant web ad experiences starting February 15. The original warning was given in June but didn’t specify a period frame besides “early 2018.”

With over half the marketplace providing ads in the web browsing market, it has a possibly sizable impact for non-compliant websites whose advertising do not meet up with the expectations of the Coalition for Better Ads. Experiences such as full-page interstitials, programmed sound and blinking-flashing advertisements are the set of banned advertisement types.
Online marketers can access an assessment with their website’s ad experience in the Advertising Experience Report, that will chronicle any advertising that qualify as troublesome or misleading. Ads will be designated as “Caution” or “questionable.” Declining assessments will never be made on one advertising experience, but instead depends on the ratio of total web page views which contain these encounters. The Coalition outlines these as:

7.5 percent in the first 8 weeks of this program.
5 percent in the four months.
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Google Mobile Responsive 2015 Algorithm Update

How The Google Mobile Responsive Friendly Algorithm Change Affects You

Mobile Friendly Websites and SEO: Small organizations are frequently urged to have an mobile online presence, and we firmly concur with that here at 3 Created! Nonetheless, having a website is awful on the off chance that you don’t look after it, or stay up with the latest with changes in the web marketing scene. One such change in the pursuit marketing scene has as of late been declared by Google – and its one little business need to be mindful of.

For those of you who don’t have the foggiest idea, on April 21st 2015 Google will be adjusting its algorithm calculation to include whether websites are mobile friendly. From this date, if your website is not mobile friendly it may endure in the list items contrasted with your rivals who do have mobile improved destinations.

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Why Android Wear Is More Than Just A Smartwatch

In the same way that Google gave the world their vision of a present day versatile working framework in Android, the Mountain View based organization has conveyed a dream of wearable computing. In Android Wear Google is again doing the diligent work for organizations by managing the working framework, assisting with equipment joining, and making a name and brand that customers will assuredly confide in years to come.

With the arrival of the Samsung Gear Live and the LG G Watch, anybody can get an Android Wear gadget and share in Google’s vision without bounds. It is a long way from complete, however even with this first open cycle, the course that Google would like wearable computing to advance is clear.

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Search Monster Google Puts Hands On Domain Selling

We all know Google is the monster of search, internet mapping, social networking and other key capacities of the Web. Presently its getting its feet wet in the domain game and will seek to offer domain names as well.

The Internet monster on Monday proclaimed the new opportunity to welcome the new project, Google Domains, to help little organizations discover, enlist and deal with their Web addresses. The administration is right now in beta testing with a little number of clients.

“Organizations will have the capacity to hunt, discover, buy and exchange the best domain for their business – whether its .com, .biz, .org, or any of the extensive variety of new domains that are constantly discharged to the Web,” Google said in a blog entry in regards to the wander.

With this move, Google will be straightforwardly rivaling organizations they once collaborated with. Their most striking accomplice turned-opponent will be Godaddy, the world’s biggest domain-administration organization, which has confronted money related inconveniences lately.

Godaddy has 57 million domains registered to its administration, yet the organization hasn’t created a benefit since 2009 and in the most recent two years has reported consolidated misfortunes of $480 million. Not long ago, the organization documented for a $100 million IPO.

The new Google administration will permit clients to buy new domain names and exchange existing ones. It additionally offers a few livens that different organizations don’t, for example, free private enlistment, which keeps the site holder’s close to home data escaped general society.

Google isn’t citing costs yet, in spite of the fact that a window on the Google Domains site recommends that enlisting a domain will cost $12 a year.

Google hasn’t reported when Domains will be accessible to general society, despite the fact that its swaying potential customers to ask for welcome codes to test the administration. Google said the beta-testing procedure will research approaches to streamline Domains for clients, enhance client benefit and figure out which additional administrations, for example, portable site configuration, will be advertised.

The administration will permit Google to exploit 1,400 recently made top-level domain endings, for example, the officially prominent .master. Google is as of now on the International Corporation for Assigned Names and Number’s arrangement of authorize enlistment centers for well-known domains like .com, .net, and .org.

Domain-name enrollment has expanded relentlessly through the years. As per the site ntld Stats, 1.3 million new names have been registered as of now in the not so distant future. Verisign, a domain examination gathering, reported an expand of 7% from the end of 2012 to end of 2013.

Google is late to the domain-name market. Be that as it may as a prevailing Internet player, it may have the capacity to influence this new administration in ways more diminutive opponents can’t.

“The organization has a personal stake in getting however many organizations online as could be expected under the circumstances. It gets them guided into its numerous items including Google Apps, Gmail, Google Pages, and so on.,” composed Andrew Allemann for Domain Name Wire, an industry blog. Google then could offer them ads, he noted.