Google Chrome overtakes Firefox in browser race

Google Chrome has become the second most popular web browser in the world after overtaking Mozilla Firefox, according to new statistics.

The web browser holds 25.69% of the market, whilst Firefox has 25.23%. Google's percentage increased by nearly 5% since 2009. Microsoft's Internet Explorer is still number 1 in the worldwide market, holding just over 40% of browser usage.

The 

By Dani Millward, 05 December 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Commerce, Data-driven marketing, Search Marketing.

How Do You Get A Job At Google? [infographic]

Job at Google

If you have ever thought about getting a job at Google you better be prepared for a long winded process. Some candidates have experienced close to 30 interviews before an offer was even made and the infographic below explains it all.

The great folks over at

By Maciej Fita, 30 November 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Search Marketing.

Android Market Sees Continued Growth

Research2guidance’s latest report, ‘Android Market Insights’, examines download patterns and the number of new applications added to the Android Market over the last few months.

US Android Users Downloaded 240 Million Apps in September 2011

The United States remains the largest market for Android in terms of user base and number of apps downloaded with US Android users generating over 50 percent of all Android app downloads; totaling nearly 3.5 billion.

The US comprised 42.3 percent of all...

By AlwaysOnMessage, 17 November 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Commerce, Search Marketing.

Encrypted Search and What It Means for SEO

Not too long ago Google made an announcement that they would be making search more secure. It will begin sending users that are signed in to their Google account to a secure version of the site when they perform a search. Since search is becoming more and more customized the purpose of this change is to protect personalized search results for users.

While this seems like a...

By Nick Stamoulis, 16 November 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Organic Search, Search Marketing.

Google+ Brand Pages: Should You Create One?

Google+ has made numerous headlines since it was first launched in June 2011. It’s been in the news for being a potential “Facebook killer”, for its quick growth, for integration of the +1 button, and for its interesting strategy of holding off on allowing businesses and brands to use the medium at first. Now, all eyes are once again on Google+ because they have finally opened up the social network to brand pages.

As stated on a

By Nick Stamoulis, 09 November 2011, 1 comment. Categories: Advertising Technology, Search Marketing, Social Media Marketing.

Google makes search engine 'fresher'

Google Inc has upgraded its search ranking algorithm in order to offer fresh and up-to-date results more easily.

Impacting on around 35% of searches, the change will help people find relevant results, without the need to add extra information.

Searches for reviews, new and recurring events and trending topics will also offer the latest, high-quality information.

However, the new algorithm ensures that information will be based on what users...

By Dani Millward, 07 November 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Search Marketing.