It looks like just getting folks to "Like" your business page is no longer going to be enough.
There's a perfect "winning the web back" story I came across this m
Dan Liebson has pulled together a fantastic resource of nearly everything that happened and was discussed at the
Google is on a really big push nowadays to get users to sign up for Google+, and to fill out their profile completely.
According to a story in Wired, "On an average day, Google accounts for about 25 percent of all consumer internet
This is a major change which is going to affect loads of sites in the UK.
So, Google has claimed that the current Panda update is a "softening" of the general algorithm and is more "finely targeted".
I've been having a play with the Google Databoard http://think.withgoogle.com/databoard/ and it seems to have a lot of potential.
It's been fun watching hundreds of SEOs picking up and interpreting Googler's words about guest blogging, making conclusions, inventing flags, ma
Notorious Ripoff Report has just launched a new "service" - a $89/m subscription to allow business owners NOT to get published on their site.
About a month ago Jacob King wrote an interesting post on his blog about how RetailMeNot.com ranks so well in the search results.
Over at Search Engine Land Barry Schwartz has a post about Google confirmin
A few months ago I was accepted to be a Google Glass beta tester through their #IfIhadGlass program.
In a not-to-surprising move, Reddit has removed /r/atheism from the default home page of the website.
Is Matt Cutts wearing a ThreadWatch.org logo on his shirt here???
A post over at Search Engine Land by Ginny Marvin shows a new test by Google on their paid l
Inc magazine published a list of 29 sites for free images written by Chelsea Blacker from Blue Glass UK.
Our story begins yesterday when user GrowMap submitted a story about a change in how Technora
In the middle of submitting a post on Technorati, a writer who has written there for years received this message:
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