Since the release of the latest version of Google Penguin last week the industry has been awash with speculation and opinion on what this means for how we handle link related issues. In this post I hope to set out what we know, what that means for you and what we have yet to learn.
As search matures, it moves from providing smart answers to our queries to using data to predict the outcomes of events. What does this mean for the future of search? Cedric Chambaz explores this in his latest article.
What does the future of search and digital marketing hold? What is the end goal for Google and Facebook? Gianluca Fiorelli gives us his opinion.
Reports are floating around Australian shores that a recent Google update may have rolled out a double whammy impact, targeting both the devaluation of spammy links as well as location rankings.
A great overview of all the major changes and updates Google has done to their algorithm in the past 14 years.
With Google’s recent algorithm change, many webmasters will be wondering how it will affect them in both the short and long term. Too many adverts on a landing page could result in a ranking penalty.
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I think that it is not exaggerated when I say that many people in search are obsessed by algorithms. One […]
How does the Google Algorithm really work? Wouldn’t we all like to know.A useful video to understand how Google looks at the algorithm.