Following the (partial) release of Google’s Plus One button, there has been a lot of chat amongst the SEO community about what impact it may have on rankings. The debate that has interested me is the one around whether it is spamable or not. More of that below.
What is Plus [...]
Back in December I blogged about the importance of local search, and promised a follow up post about Google’s new local ad product – Google Boost. Boost was initially launched in selected U.S. cities in October 2010 and rolled out across the rest of the U.S. in late January. It is now being [...]
Change to Google SERP increases the visibility of the top 3 pay-per-click spots by about 30%…
Neil explained how you go about forecasting SEO through the using predictions gained by gauging the potential traffic, revenue etc available. The following headings describe how these predictions can be made.
The Business of Search: An insider perspective on the Search Engines. Live blogging from the #mancseo conference – 29th October 2010.
Google Analytics & SEO (focussed more around blogging) given to the Junior Chamber International (Edinburgh)
Google may getting a little too big for it’s boots. If I type something into the search box and hit enter then shouldn’t I at least be given the courtesy of being shown results what I’ve typed – the words I carefully considered for purpose? Well now Google seems to be manipulating search results in a hidden way by not telling me they had omitted a word from my search query until the bottom of the second page of results. Are they playing a sneaky game that could increase your advertising costs?
Page load times have been rumoured to be part of the Google Algorithm for a while now. We see what effect publishing a site onto a Wordpress CMS, deployed on a dedicated server, has on site speed as measured by Google.
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