Tag Archives: Google APIs

Google released Google Ads API version 7.0

Google has released a new version of the Google Ads API. This is version 7.0, which is an upgrade from version 6.1.0 which was released on April 10, 2021. What is the Google Ads API. The Google Ads API lets you programmatically interface with your Google Ads accounts so that …

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9/11, Google & The Internet

As everyone knows, today is the 8th year anniversary of the terrible 9/11 attacks. Many people, companies and organizations are doing things to remember the day. A lot of people are asking why there is no logo from Google for today. The quick answer is that Google does not do …

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Google Adds Location To Mobile Web Search

Last November, Google introduced its My Location feature in Google Maps for Mobile. It uses cell tower IDs to triangulate the location of the phone and then identifies that location on the Google Maps interface. With a bit less precision, it essentially does the same thing that GPS does: eliminate …

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Google Announces Google Book Search APIs

The Google Book Search Blog announced the new developer site for the Google Book Search APIs. The API allows developers to add Google Book Search features to their web site. For example, you can now embed book previews, when available, to books listed on your site. For example, if you …

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Google Improves APIs For Webmaster Tools & AdWords

Google announced they have or will be improving the API controls for both Webmaster Tools and AdWords. API access gives developers a way to communicate with Google through a structured coding format, in short, it can help automate functions that are done through the standard Google interfaces. The Google Webmaster …

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Did Google Cleverly Upstage Microsoft's Bing?

Mike Arrington thinks that Google engaged in “a little stealth black ops mission” and blunted the full impact of the Ballmer Bing announcement yesterday by announcing Wave. Whether Wave represents a huge new development in digital communications remains to be seen, but almost every major news outlet had to cover …

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