Top 10 Posts On Google’s Official Blog In 2011

Last Updated: December 7, 2013

In 2011 Google published 471 posts on their Official Blog, read by nearly 20 million people throughout the year. Google+ & greater focus and simplicity across Google, and search quality was favorite topics as mentioned on their blog.

Here’s a list of Top 10 Posts on Google’s official blog:

Ten years later 1,731,280 unique pageviews
Post for 10th anniversary of September 11, 2001 recognized a few online spaces for remembering the day.

Introducing the Google+ project: real-life sharing, rethought for the web 909,537 unique pageviews
In June, Google launched Google+ to bring the nuance and richness of real-life sharing to the web.

Microsoft’s Bing uses Google search results—and denies it 538,764 unique pageviews
Posted about how Google’s experiments determined that Bing was using Google web search results.

Supercharging Android: Google to acquire Motorola Mobility 431,366 unique pageviews
In August Google announced an agreement to acquire Motorola.

Evolving the Google design and experience 352,254 unique pageviews
Google began to bring greater consistency to the Google experience, revamping first the homepage, then Gmail and more.

Games in Google+: fun that fits your schedule 265,995 unique pageviews
Less than two months after Google launched the Google+ project, they brought games to the platform.

More wood behind fewer arrows 310,912 unique pageviews
Announced the winding down of Google Labs.

Advanced sign-in security for your Google account 281,385 unique pageviews
Post about online security is one of the top posts of the year.

Google+ Pages: connect with all the things you care about 237,467 unique pageviews
It was about pages for brands and businesses to connect with people on Google+.

Finding more high-quality sites in search 258,974 unique pageviews
A major change to Google’s ranking algorithm, known as Panda.

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