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Let us build the perfect website for you.

We offer you responsive designs to ensure that your websites run equally well on mobile devices as they do on desktops.

Leave a lasting impression on your customers and keep them coming back to your website again and again!

We make intelligent sensible choices regarding fonts and colours. 

We offer a wide array of authentic licensed stock images at no charge.

We offer a wide variety of impressive banner styles. 

We have a wide industry experience and we design following the latest web standards and search engine guidelines.

We create sites on WordPress which makes it easy for clients to make their own updates if they choose.

Parallax Web Designers offers search engine optimization services for your website. Determination of your target market, market analysis, competitor tracking and developing a strong SEO plan, we do everything that is needed to boost your online presence and website performance.

Some of the main areas covered under our SEO plan include:

Keyword research
Competitor and market analysis
Integration with paid campaign such as Google Adwords

Parallax Web Designers is Affordable Web Design Vancouver.

Let us build the perfect website for you.

We offer you responsive designs to ensure that your websites run equally well on mobile devices as they do on desktops.

Leave a lasting impression on your customers and keep them coming back to your website again and again!

We make intelligent sensible choices regarding fonts and colours.

We offer a wide array of authentic licensed stock images at no charge.

We offer a wide variety of impressive banner styles.

We have a wide industry experience and we design following the latest web standards and search engine guidelines.

We create sites on WordPress which makes it easy for clients to make their own updates if they choose.

Call us today: 604 726 4488.

Virtual and augmented reality have the potential to make computing more immersive, intuitive and powerful. With augmented reality (AR), you can interact with digital objects that are integrated seamlessly in the real world around you. With virtual reality (VR), you can experience what it’s like to go anywhere. We just announced the new Pixel 2, which gives you access to amazing smartphone AR and high-quality mobile VR in the same device.

AR: Have fun and get things done

Aside from taking great photos and videos, the Pixel 2 camera is factory calibrated and optimized for AR. It enables robust tracking, even in low-light conditions, and 60 frames per second rendering of AR objects. That means you’ll be able to have really engaging AR experiences.

To start, we’re putting AR objects and characters at your fingertips in a new experience called AR Stickers. With it, you’ll be able to express yourself with playful emojis and set the scene for your very own stories. If you’re powering through an afternoon slump, you can take a picture with a tired cup of coffee from the Foodmoji pack. Or, if you’re feeling festive, shoot a happy birthday video for your friend with lots of AR balloons. These stickers give you new ways to be creative and capture how you’re feeling, so you can share with the people in your life. It works right in the camera, and it’ll be exclusive to the Pixel.

About Search Features

Google Search can enable a rich set of features for your page in search results if it understands the content of the page and, in some circumstances, if you explicitly provide additional information in the page code using structured data. These features fall into two general categories:

  • Content type: Many search features are tied to the topic of your page. For example, if the page has a recipe or a news article, or contains information about an event or a book. Google Search results can then apply content-specific features such as making your page eligible to appear in a top news stories carousel, a recipe carousel, or an events list.
  • Enhancements: These are features that, can be applied to more than one kind of content type. For example, providing review stars for a recipe or movie, or exposing a carousel of rich results (previously known as rich cards).

There is no guarantee that your page will appear in Search results with the specified feature. This is because search features depend on many factors, including the search device type, location, and whether Google thinks the feature would provide the best search experience for the user.

Google Search has a few general types of search result categories. Most features apply to specific categories.

The world is an ever-evolving place. And as it changes, Google Maps changes with it. As roads close, businesses open, or local events happen in your neighborhood, you’ll see it on Google Maps. When you schedule an event using Google Calendar, get a reservation confirmation in Gmail, or add a restaurant to your “Want to Go” list, Google Maps reflects that too. Now, we’re updating Google Maps with a new look that better reflects your world, right now.

First, we’ve updated the driving, navigation, transit and explore maps to better highlight the information most relevant to each experience (think gas stations for navigation, train stations for transit, and so on). We’ve also updated our color scheme and added new icons to help you quickly identify exactly what kind of point of interest you’re looking at. Places like a cafe, church, museum or hospital will have a designated color and icon, so that it’s easy to find that type of destination on the map. For example, if you’re in a new neighborhood and searching for a coffee shop, you could open the map to find the nearest orange icon (which is the color for Food & Drink spots).

The Google Arts & Culture platform hosts millions of artifacts and pieces of art, ranging from prehistory to the contemporary, shared by museums across the world. But the prospect of exploring all that art can be daunting. To make it easier, we dreamt up a fun solution: connect people to art by way of a fundamental artistic pursuit, the search for the self … or, in this case, the selfie.

We created an experiment that matches your selfie with art from the collections of museums on Google Arts & Culture—and over the past few days, people have taken more than 30 million selfies. Even if your art look-alike is a surprise, we hope you discover something new in the process. (By the way, Google doesn’t use your selfie for anything else and only keeps it for the time it takes to search for matches.)

 

Google is one of the most popular sites where shoppers are searching for products, whether it is on smartphones, tablets or desktops.  In fact, merchants should use Google product listing ads (PLAs) to further build brand awareness and show customers products they may not have found elsewhere.

Product listing ads are an important part to the overall shopping experience. Product listing ads provide retailers another opportunity to get in front of the customer when they’re searching for a specific product.

Link Walls, Vice President of Product Management of ChannelAdvisor, said Google product listing ads feature a single product showing product information such as an image, price, title as part of an ad.  These ads typically display in an ad unit of six to eight product listing ads on a Google search results page.

“Over the last three years, Google has directed more and more traffic to this format given the positive response consumers have shown,” said Walls. “Putting a product image in front of the consumer rather than just text drives a greater level of engagement with the ad and ultimately more clicks.”

In May, product listing ads were added to image search as part of the Google search network.  However, most digital marketers are having a hard time determining the best strategy for their products. Product listing ads are growing in popularity, making Google the channel of choice for retailers and brands to reach consumers across any device.

Google also provided a  “with special offers” filter option that appears in a product card unit.  For single product listing ads link to a landing page on Google Shopping that is formatted like an expanded version of a typical product card unit.

Earlier this month, Google made a change to where its product listing ads are showing up at the top of the search results in a carousel format for desktop.  This is being made possible in the U.S. and is expected to go international as well.

Google is one of the most popular sites where shoppers are searching for products, whether it is on smartphones, tablets or desktops.  In fact, merchants should use Google product listing ads (PLAs) to further build brand awareness and show customers products they may not have found elsewhere.

Product listing ads are an important part to the overall shopping experience. Product listing ads provide retailers another opportunity to get in front of the customer when they’re searching for a specific product.

Link Walls, Vice President of Product Management of ChannelAdvisor, said Google product listing ads feature a single product showing product information such as an image, price, title as part of an ad.  These ads typically display in an ad unit of six to eight product listing ads on a Google search results page.

“Over the last three years, Google has directed more and more traffic to this format given the positive response consumers have shown,” said Walls. “Putting a product image in front of the consumer rather than just text drives a greater level of engagement with the ad and ultimately more clicks.”

In May, product listing ads were added to image search as part of the Google search network.  However, most digital marketers are having a hard time determining the best strategy for their products. Product listing ads are growing in popularity, making Google the channel of choice for retailers and brands to reach consumers across any device.

Google also provided a  “with special offers” filter option that appears in a product card unit.  For single product listing ads link to a landing page on Google Shopping that is formatted like an expanded version of a typical product card unit.

Earlier this month, Google made a change to where its product listing ads are showing up at the top of the search results in a carousel format for desktop.  This is being made possible in the U.S. and is expected to go international as well.

Attract more customers.

Whether you’re looking to bring in new website visitors, grow online sales, get the phones ringing or keep customers coming back for more, Google AdWords can help.

Reach the right people at the right time.

Your business gets found by people on Google precisely when they’re searching for the things that you offer.

Advertise locally or globally.

Target your ads to customers in certain countries, regions or cities — or within a set distance from your business or shop.

If you need us, we’re here.

Google AdWords lets you manage your campaign by yourself, or call us for free phone support at *

 

Help make sure your listing appears when people are searching for your business or businesses like yours on Google Search and Maps. Google My Business makes it easy to create and update your listing—so you can stand out, and bring customers in.