Bruce Clay, Inc. Releases “Hide Google Options” Browser Add-on
Free new tool is offered by the makers of the SEOToolSet®
SIMI VALLEY, CA, April 20, 2010 – Bruce Clay, Inc., a leading search engine optimization service provider and maker of the SEOToolSet®, has released a new browser add-on called “Hide Google Options.” Google recently began testing a new user interface (UI) that changes the layout of search results pages. One feature of the new layout is a fixed Options pane on the left-hand side that cannot be removed. Currently, Google has rolled out this feature only to selected users, but a widespread upgrade could be coming.
“Google’s soon-to-be permanent left-column makes many people who’ve received the new UI dazed and confused, so we built a browser plugin to hide it,” explained Aaron Landerkin, IT manager for Bruce Clay, Inc., who oversees the company’s SEO software development. “We decided to make Hide Google Options available for everyone using Firefox and Chrome. It’s particularly useful for Internet marketers and others who are annoyed by the left-side navigation on Google search results, or who just want to clean up screen captures.” Simply put, the free tool Hide Google Options lets a user keep control of the Options pane on the new Google search results pages.
The Hide Google Options plugin is available for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, and has been submitted to the extension directories for both browsers so it will be easily available in the future. You can read more information or download Hide Google Options on the Bruce Clay, Inc. free tools site, SEOTools.com.
About Bruce Clay, Inc.
Bruce Clay, Inc. provides search engine optimization (SEO) services, PPC advertising management, SEO optimization training and the award-winning SEOToolSet®. Bruce Clay has led the industry by authoring the SEO Code of Ethics, creating the downloadable Search Engine Relationship Chart® and presenting a training and certification program to promote ethical search engine optimization practices. Company offices are located in Los Angeles and New York, and internationally in Australia, Italy, India and Japan.