Wall Street can't get enough Google ( GOOG). Shares of the search giant pushed another 1.4% higher Friday after the company announced third-quarter earnings that breezed by Wall Street's profit and revenue estimates. Friday's uptick follows a nearly 30% run in the stock since August lows and is even more impressive considering the broader selloff happening in the session. The Dow Jones was off more than 200 points, while the Nasdaq had fallen 1.6%. For Google, analysts once again boosted price targets and issued bullish notes. The most notable call came from Goldman Sachs analyst Anthony Noto, a longtime Google backer, who raised his price target to $800 from $620. Comments by management that the company will keep an eye on hiring, the continued upside in the money made per search, and the rollout of new ad formats were among the reasons that Noto expects even more appreciation in the stock. This potential led Goldman Sachs to raise its earnings per share estimates by 7% and 10% for 2008 and 2009 respectively. Noto wrote that "continued revenue and profit outpeformance will drive Street estimates and valuations higher," in a research note to clients. Goldman Sachs makes a market in Google shares.