Is it time for widespread adoption of structured data like microformats and RDFa, or should we wait to see where this trend is headed?
Last weeks ruling in Italy, which has three Googlers facing time in jail, caused some surprised reactions around the globe. But if we respond well, it might very well be a blessing in disguise.
IF Google would ever be forced to do something about their Streetview-pictures, there is a very good alternative waiting for you over at Bing. The “new” Bing Maps is called Streetside Photos and is currently only available in Seattle, San Francisco and Vancouver (Canada).
Google is powerful, very powerful. Over the past year, especially in Europe, Google has been running into some boundaries though. But would Google care? According to comedy.com not. And there is also no way back. Enjoy this video!
Google is by far the largest search engine in Europe. With an average market share of 95% there is no […]
Its the mistake a lot of brands make when starting to use social media-tools: they believe that immediately success will come. Social media is not just about using social media tools. Its about how you integrate all the elements of the social media marketing mix.
At Search Engine Strategies London Bas van den Beld and Jon Myers took up their mic to talk to several […]
So where is SEO going? Like lifes many mysteries, similar to “Why are we here?” and “If a tree fell […]
A special session at Search Engine Strategies London was completely ‘hosted’ by Webuildpages. Jim Boykin, CEO and “Link Building Ninja” of Webuildpages tried to give the listeners more understanding in the why and how of linkbuilding. Below a wrap up of the session by Sam Murray.
Brian Eisenberg (@grok) started out saying “Everyone’s websites suck, average conversion rates are about 3%, and they haven’t gone up particularly over the last 10 years. “Technology has advanced so why not conversion rate?”