Posts Tagged ‘Google’

December 12, 2013

Online Marketing in 2014: How Google Has Changed

Did you know that 89% percent of consumer purchase decisions, and 71% of business, started with a search engine? It’s difficult to escape or even ignore the impact online marketing has on a business. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) continues to evolve at a rapid pace. Mobile and social habits have changed how we use the […]

October 28, 2013

Google Ads to Feature Reviews

Google released a new feature on their AdWords platform called review extensions. Located in your AdWords campaign, this extension allows short one-line (67 characters) reviews to be added to text ads. This feature is live now and showing up in SERPs. Review extensions are a cool feature because they allow businesses to attach a positive review […]

October 25, 2013

How Google Hummingbird Changes Search

On September 27th Google announced an overhaul of its search algorithm. Dubbed Hummingbird, because it’s “precise and fast,” the new algorithm is a look at the future of search. Its primary purpose is to allow for more conversation-style querying—think asking questions instead of typing in key phrases. Google also has a host of upgraded features […]

January 27, 2012

Social War: Facebook and Twitter vs. Google+

Round 1 – Promotions Is 2012 the year of extreme couponing? The phenomenon continues to gain popularity; with coupon junkies getting fast coupon fixes on Facebook and Twitter. But if you are a coupon extremist, don’t bother with Google+; the site is coupon-less by design. Although company accounts are welcome on Google+, the site has […]

June 22, 2009

Top 5 SEO Myths

There are experts everywhere now! You can find a health expert, a culinary expert, a rat trapping expert and of course, an SEO expert online. With so many so called experts lurking out there, how do you know who to trust and who to listen to? We’ve taken the liberty of listing some ‘disinformation’ that should prompt you to run the other way when dealing with an alleged self proclaimed ’SEO expert’.

May 18, 2009

The major search engines

That’s right – this search engine optimisation article is telling you not to submit your website to any search engines. Not Google, not Inktomi, not AltaVista. Sound a bit strange?