With Android KitKat, now Google really is the Chocolate Factory
As tech news days went, yesterday was probably one of the biggest in a long time.
First, Redmond announced that Microsoft was acquiring Nokia’s products, services and patents for $7.4bn, with Nokia CEO Stephen Elop rushing to the top of the bookies’ list as red hot favourite for the Microsoft CEO berth.
It was huge news yesterday morning, but now seems like ages ago.
In the afternoon, Cupertino...
Are we in the middle of the latest Google update?
By Amy@BubbleJobsJust like anyone else working in SEO these days, part of my job consists of keeping an eye on our rankings for particular keywords and the rankings of our some of our biggest competitors. Now, with things like personalisation and local results, these days that’s definitely easier said than done… but more often than not, it is possible to get a good idea of your progress and overall position and, apart from the normal shuffle, things have been pretty steady-ish in the SERPs for a while...
Why it’s about time you jumped on the Schema bandwagon
By Amy@BubbleJobsIf you’ve got a website, you might think you’ve got the on-page SEO sussed. You’ve spent ages doing keyword research, you’ve carefully tweaked your H1s and title tags, you’ve been sure to make the most of every last character in your metadescription and you’ve expertly handwritten countless landing pages… now you can relax, kick back and do a bit of off-page activity to reinforce all your hard work… after all, you’ve got everything covered,...
Google Glass: What will it bring to businesses?
We’re sure you’re all in the know about Google Glass by now, but have you considered the effect these specs might have on your business? The techno-enthusiasts at Google HQ have designed and implemented a whole new way of browsing and using a computer with an innovative optical head-mounted computer in the form of glasses; the headset is...
Why you should audit your backlinks following Penguin 2.0
High rankings in the search engines for competitive keywords in your industry are extremely valuable. You can practically guarantee a steady stream of targeted visitors to your offer and convert that traffic into new customers for your business.
But actually getting those rankings is a completely different story.
Search engine rankings
Google continues to have...
Getting less traffic from Google? Here’s why it may not matter soon
If you’re one of many business owners experiencing a drop in search traffic from Google, here are 3 important changes you need to know about.
I’m also going to explain why I believe Google search traffic could be of less importance to your business soon.
The first change: Google changing the...
Guest blogging: Worth the risk?
Since Penguin 1.0 first exploded onto the scene last April, I think it’s fair to say that guest blogging has become the link building method of choice for many SEOs and online marketers in the industry. The process of creating (what should be unique) content and posting it on other people’s blog, guest blogging has two major benefits for any site; it helps to drive valuable traffic to the site and it also helps to up the number of links (and unique IP addresses) feeding back into the site.
Google Glass is “the next iPhone” says analyst, prime for marketing?
Wearable computing has taken headlines by storm recently; from wrist-based such as the Kickstarter-success Pebble, to those sitting on your nose like Google’s Glass. Amid concerns and “fashion” issues; many wondered whether these devices would take off, alongside privacy concerns.
Well it looks like it will, it looks like it will be big, and due to the popularity we’re left thinking how it could be great for some innovative marketing.
According to a new report by...