ChannelAdvisor just published a great ebook titled “16 Things you wish you’d known when you started selling online”, and after a detailed review we couldn’t agree more!Read More »16 Things you wish you’d known before selling Online… And we couldn’t agree more!
Recently Google’s Matt Cutts announced what has been labeled as an EMD (exact match domain) update. This adds to the list of Google updates this year, but also brought a lot of questions regarding the benefit of having multiple domain names (for the lay person www.something.com) pointing to a single set of web content… well lets catch you up on that!Read More »Should I use Multiple Domains for my website?
Bing recently announced a new configuration item in the Bing Webmaster tools focused to allow Webmasters to “disavow” incoming links. In a post from Duane Forrester he stated “Over the past few months we’ve being hearing from the industry that webmasters wanted more control and the ability to tell us they didn’t trust a link pointed at their content. While this is not a new conversation, our latest redesign work has enabled us to take action on this topic. “Read More »Bing moving to support Webmasters over Google
comScore announced its latest search share report tracking the overall searches performed on the major search engines (Bing, Google, Yahoo, Ask, Aol). And to no surprise Google still leads with 66.7% of the share. But does this mean your search engine optimization strategy should neglect the others? We think not my dear Watson.Read More »Don’t forget the 15.4% Google, Bing, and Yahoo Search Share Reports out
Google recently announced that they will change their Search Engine Results Page (SERP) yet again this week with what they are branding as “Knowledge Graph”. On their Inside Search page they stated that they are “rolling this feature out to google.com users over the next few days.” But the real question isn’t when it is coming, but why is it coming. I have a few thoughts (as always).Read More »Google Launches “Knowledge Graph”, but why?
Bing recently published a blog post about the wonderful Google Panda and Penguin updates. They obviously love making fun of these things as evident by the quick poem by Senior Product Manager Duane ForresterRead More »Bing attacks Google’s Panda and Penguin Updates
Recently Google applied the latest of it’s “search algorithm” changes which spawned a number of emails to be sent from them to people who have paid for un-natural links being built to their sites. But two questions remain. Were these really algorithm changes? And what is the impact to those that bought them?Read More »Google’s latest “algorithm changes” just a ploy to increase Google AdWords?
Pew Internet recently published it’s Search Engine Use 2012 survey findings which I always find quite interesting to stay on top of the search world, as well as a look into what the general public feels. This year’s, however, brings some devil in the details type if information.Read More »Some Conflicting Information about Search Usability Study
So recently we reported about the changes to the Google search results page (SERP), which included the “Search+ your world” concept, and we were wondering… so what does it mean?Read More »Does Search+ your world mean anything… yet?