One thing I used to love about Google search was the breadcrumb feature, where I could click on the link to a higher level category page if the main link Google served me was not what I was actuall
Gifs, those animated images that are everywhere on the web except Facebook, can now be made by anyone.
Just spotted this on SEL: http://searchengineland.com/google-close-freebase-helped-feed-knowledge-graph-211103
Back in January of 2013, Google announced they were acquiring Nest Labs for just over $3Billion in cash.
Free and easy to implement encyption is the objective of Not-for-profit Lets Encypt
Facebook is creating the opportunity to push social media promotion as a step higher up in the conversion funnel of a business.
There's an interesting discussion over at Cre8asiteForums:
"I was talking last night with
A recent article by Marketing Magazine interviewed Red Bee Media to understand the difference between content and ad
After lots of fluctuations since November especially starting from the Thanksgiving weekend, Google h
It has been an interesting week in the world of Content Marketing.
The recent story about negative SEO being done through bots clicking on everything but 1 specific company was interesting and also tied in to a recent article on Marketland.com about bot fraud in t
In this great post by Bartosz Góralewicz, he lays out how using a bot to search google and not click on the target website can send negative CTR signals to the site...especially in light of all the
I was scanning WMW and this stopped me in my tracks: http://www.webmasterworld.com/goog/4720495.htm
Bing talks the role of content quality on their blog This is a pretty detailed and interesting post :
To be honest, I have not even thought how filter options may impact the LGBT visitor experience, an important duel income / brand loyal B2C customer segment...this is one of those
Google recently introduced a new API for its spam detecting reCAPTCHA - calling it the "No CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA" since it no longer requires users to figure out and type the distorted text they see.
"Fear of Missing Out" is a real thing - the acronym "FOMO" has been included in the Oxford English Dictionary.
The latest Penguin rollout has been on-going for weeks and is still underway.
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