Google Places has added a new element to their search engine results. It's called Google Business pictures, and the goal is that people searching for your business will be able to see the inside and outside of your location.
Creating a great domain name for your website is perhaps not as straight forward as it seems. Unlike names for physical stores and businesses, naming your web based business requires a very different set of considerations. If you have a physical bricks and mortar business and wish to set up a website to compliment it, then you may want to use your existing business name, which of course would make sense for branding purposes. But there could potentially be issues with using your existing company name which I will explain, and finally there’s always the situation where you do not have an existing business
Check that your site is in the Google index Do a site search. For example, site:yoursite.com. This will show you your indexed pages. If your site does not show up in the index, then it may be in violation of one of the webmaster guidelines. Once you have reviewed and fixed your violations, submit the site for a reconsideration request. Make sure Google can find and crawl your site Crawling is the process of Google searching new and updated pages that can be added to the Google index. You can check for Crawl Errors in Webmaster Tools Also check the test robots.txt.tool, which will let you know if you