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The evolution of Google search results: 1998 to present

Google search results: the evolution of the SERPs

Google has more or less shaped the way that we search for things online. The undisputed market leader among search engines has consistently found new features and functions to simplify and speed up the methods we use to find web pages and information on the internet. Since the foundation of the Google search back in 1998, Larry Page and Sergey Brin’s internet giant has consistently kept things...

The filter bubble: how it influences us

The age of the filter bubble – a small world in a large network

Shout out to diversity of opinions! But: how much do you really consider other people’s opinions? If you want to be informed as comprehensively and impartially as possible, it is important to think outside the box. In connection with the term 'filter bubble', the algorithms of Google, Facebook, and other online services have, however, been criticised for some time. The accusation: they create...

The Google evolution: Mobile search results

Google mobile search: the evolution of the Google search

In the modern world you don’t just have your smartphone on you at all times – you have Google as your daily companion as well. Through its broad range of services and applications for mobile devices the search engine market leader has taken a firm grip of the mobile phone industry with the help of its many partners. Google offers more than just a mere mobile search, the company provides personal...

Browser fingerprints: tracking without cookies

Browser fingerprints: the basics and protection options

In recent years, so-called browser fingerprinting has established itself as a tracking method that doesn’t rely on the use of cookies. Web servers capture different characteristics from visitors’ browsers and determine their digital fingerprint based on them. They enable visitors to be recognised at a later date. While some information is automatically transmitted, it is mainly active elements...

Sending emails: Alternatives to Gmail

The best Gmail alternatives

Emails these days are quick to send – much quicker, indeed, than ordinary letters. Almost everyone has one or more email addresses, and the chances are pretty good that one is with Google: Gmail is one of the most popular and most used email services. But there are plenty of Gmail alternatives that stand out by offering you better protection for your personal data. We explain here what these email...

What do EU cookie laws mean for you?

EU cookie laws and how they affect your business

Cookies can be helpful business tools, but they often toe the data protection line dangerously. As a result of this tendency towards uncertainty, the EU has introduced a new cookie policy to protect its users. The new policy makes opt-in procedures compulsory because the user must provide their consent every time. What do website operators need to pay attention to be compliant?

The best Google AdSense alternatives

The best Google AdSense alternatives

More and more website operators are looking for alternatives to Google. Even when it comes to online marketing, it’s obvious that Google has a finger in every pie. But sometimes you have to rely on a different solution, for example, if you don’t pass the strict guidelines or find yourself blocked. This is often the case with Google AdSense, the advertising network for publishers. What are the...

Twitch Streaming: Tutorials for PC, PS4 and Xbox

Twitch stream tutorial: how do you stream on Twitch?

Twitch has become of the most popular streaming platforms worldwide in recent years. Gamers in particular, will get their money’s worth with the wide range of video game broadcasts. But what exactly are the requirements and challenges that need to be met or mastered when publishing and maintaining a stream on Twitch? Our Twitch Stream tutorial provides guides for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation users.

Chrome Updates

What is Chrome 68?

Early next month, Chrome 68 will be launched and the new browser will distrust all webpages that do not have HTTPS encryption as “not secure”. This is a big step in the recent trend towards emphasising user safety on the internet, a not entirely selfless strategy from Google. In this guide, we will explain what changes will be made, why they are happening, and how you can prepare your website...

Restore tabs in Chrome

How to restore the previous session in Chrome

Trying to restore your tabs in Chrome? Accidentally closed your Chrome browser or individual tabs and simply can’t find those pages again? As a Google Chrome user, you can prevent this from happening, thanks to a built-in feature that lets you restore your most recently closed tabs. How do you restore tabs in Chrome, and does it make a difference if you want to restore individual or multiple tabs?...


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