About Ranjan Padhi

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Google+ splits into 3 Parts – Streams, Hangout & Photos

Google+ Splits

Sunday, on March 1st, 2015: Google announced that, its Social Media Network Google+ will be split into 3 different parts namely: Streams, Hangout and Photos. Google’s VP Bradley Horowitz will take the command of Google Photos and Streme products. It Continue reading

Responsive website on top priority in Google’s next algorithm update

Google Algorithm Update

Google is likely to announce its next algorithm update on April 21 – 2015, and this time they will attack non-responsive websites. Their primary focus is to rank the mobile friendly websites higher in search results. It is recommended to Continue reading

Dr. Google to help you with a remedy for your health problems

Dr. Google

Last week, Google added a new feature into its search engine by answering queries related to health problems directly through its Knowledge graph. These answers are not gathered from Wikipedia or other websites, but google has personally worked with a Continue reading

Google merges Mobile Click Call Data for AdWords advertisers


Google has been making several changes, though subtle, in its AdWords front of lately, the latest being amalgamation of two separate metric parameters into a single parameter on AdWord’s Mobile Click to Call. Google made this announcement in a Google+ Continue reading

How Google Analytics benchmarking is set to affect businesses???


Tech giant, Google, in a recent announcement said that industry benchmarking reports would not be made available to the users of Analytics, who have allowed anonymous data sharing. This comes as pleasant news for Analytics users since the trends which Continue reading

Google Maps now encompasses 104 countries


The mapping application by search engine Google, Google Maps, has broadened its domain of mapping by adding 20 more countries to its already vast list. The panoramic coverage of Google Maps now encapsulates a total of 104 countries. The new Continue reading