Apparently, a number of third party sources are claiming there there is some shuffling of rankings in Google:
This is actually scary:
From Search Engine Land:
When it comes to small business, almost every day someone is pitching them on the value and importance of social media.
In an article on TechCrunch, it was stated that starting March 1, 2015 China will begin forcing users of web services to register with their real name and their ID.
Google recently launched their version of a mortgage calculator.
It's Tuesday and it's already "The Week of Ads." First we had the Super Bowl, which brought us some great commercials.
this great article shows slacks amazing and inspirational growth story
One of the keys to great, successful advertising is to be both entertaining and emotionally engaging. Advertisements are often successful at being entertaining but this is where many fall short.
Google is looking for volunteers to test out a new way to report search queries in Webmaster Tools.
Can you believe it? A social network caused an economic impact of $227 billion on the world!
TechCrunch recently posted an article about the latest incredible humanoid robot, citing how the robot can now stand and move on its own without a wired power source.
You might rank for your phrase but if you block Google’s crawlers, you might not get what you were hoping for in mobile search results, causing users to move on.
"Selfies" can be extremely valuable to a brand.
Pinterest has long been thought of as a network with a very strong female user-base but in an effort to expand they're trying hard to capture the male demographic and become a social platform with
Chipotle launched a "disposable literature" campaign called Cultivating Thought.
Twitter recently purchased Indian startup ZipDial, which helps to build brand equity through on going mobile engagement.
The Superbowl Halftime Show is at the point where it (arguably) overshadows the actual game, with the performers and ads discussed long before and after the big day.
Unless you have looked at your Mobile Usability tab in the Search Traffic section of Google Webmaster Tools, you may not have even noticed you have a Mobile Usability issue.
The original Google algorithm of the late 1990's and early 2000's didn’t prioritize local intent and geography when ranking websites.
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