Google Allows Photos of Minors to Be Removed from Search

Minors, their parents, their guardians and their legal representation can all make the requests. 

Is AI Going to Radically Transform the SEO Industry?

AI is already here, at least in some contexts, in the search engine optimization (SEO) industry. Should we be bracing for an industry-wide overhaul? Or is AI simply going to improve our already existing capabilities, without many long-term fundamental changes?

Timothy Carter

Google will give free training to young people between the ages of 18 and 30

"Grow with Google for Youth 2021-2022" seeks to support underrepresented youth from Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Mexico and Peru.

Will there be no faster way? Google Maps will show you the greenest route by default

The application will guide users by default with the route with the lowest carbon footprint.

A designer imagines what Netflix, Spotify, and other brands would have looked like in the 1980s

Thomas Ollivier designed these famous brands on the web as they would have been seen if they were retro objects.

Google will teach Mexican startups to close more sales

Registration for the Google Sales Academy closes on September 30.

What is Google Page Experience, and Why Does it Matter?

What exactly does that mean for you and your site? And how should you prepare?

Timothy Carter

Sustainable Ways to Facilitate User Acquisition in the Casual Gaming Space

The casual gaming space has proven to be more than just a bubble, and growth teams are exploring ways to keep the momentum going in the post-pandemic world.

Ido Wiesenberg

Google launches a free program to train young people between the ages of 18 and 30

This new edition will be held with Junior Achievement in 5 countries: Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Mexico and Peru and is aimed at groups belonging to minorities or underrepresented.

What Businesses Need to Know about the Google Ad Changes for Data Privacy and Enhanced Conversions

Google is capable of collecting mountains of pertinent data, but users are increasingly concerned about their privacy.