At the SES Amsterdam Receptional and MajesticSEO Marketing chief Dixon Jones talked about Link Building. After talking about the basics […]
The session “SEO copywriting: mythbusting & takeaways” had high expectations, at least from my end. And the two speakers, David […]
With London and Berlin leading the way in Europe a Search Engine Strategies event in Amsterdam is a natural next step. Last year SES went to the Dutch capital for the first time. This year they return with a more international program.
We’ve all been able to read why Google is as big as they are right now in “What would Google […]
Microsoft announced on Monday that they are to launch a multi-million pound TV campaign for Bing to challenge Google’s dominance […]
Search is changing rapidly. Search Engines are looking at user intent and what users want. And speed is one thing which users want badly. Get information as fast as you possibly can. It doesn’t matter if its not accurate or if its ‘only’ written in 140 characters, as long as its fast.
It is no secret that Microsoft wants this business, and those who have been in the industry will recall previous attempts, most significantly the shennanigans of 2008, which saw an unsolicited proposal to buy the whole Yahoo! business in February of that year, for $44.6BN dollars in cash and shares.
Everyone wants a slice of the social pie. While the classic social networks like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter keep developing by adding new functionality, other companies are trying to create their own social networks. But building a valuable social network takes an enormous amount of time, or does it?
Ok, it’s Saturday afternoon, so forgive me if this isn’t the most in-depth post you will ever see on State […]
Is it time for widespread adoption of structured data like microformats and RDFa, or should we wait to see where this trend is headed?