The Google-push to punish ranking-data scraping will develop search and web content into a completely wrong direction. Agnete Pedersen explains why.
In August Search Engine Strategies San Francisco will last an entire week. Find out whats going on there.
Search Engine Strategies New York 2010 has just ended. The largest search event around was again a big success with over 6000 visitors in the past three days. Tomorrow there will be workshops given in New York, but today the show officially ended. See here the pictures of SES New York 2010.
At the SES Amsterdam Receptional and MajesticSEO Marketing chief Dixon Jones talked about Link Building. After talking about the basics […]
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.
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?”