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.
Although you can easily change your default browser to whatever you want by clicking icon in the search box and selecting what works for you, a newly installed version of Firefox comes with Yahoo?<
Some routine traffic checks for clients (who shall remain anonymous) revealed some interesting anomolies in Google Analytics for direct traffic. Starting around Nov.
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Even more fun than taking this web IQ quiz http://www.pewinternet.org/quiz/web-iq-quiz/
was following the little debate about mosaic vs. navigator
Many people know that having lots of fans is great, but getting them to actually see what you post is the real goal.
A recent blog on Business 2 Community piqued my interest.
Google rep John Mueller confirmed in a Google+ hangout session that Google may treat content that is tabbed differently than content that is immediately visible to users.
Google has announced launching
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