Today Search Engine Watch produced an article which relayed a few, straight forward, times of when you should question and when you should listen to some things an SEO expert may say to you. While I agree with some… I certainly can’t fully agree with others!Read More »When to listen and when to question… a Guide to getting the right info from your SEO expert
Yesterday, January 10 2012, Google formally announced 3 new features to their search engine results page (SERP). These features show the increasing integration of the Google+ platform into every day search, and what I would call Silent evolution of the Google Search platform.Read More »Google launches 3 new concepts to search results screen
Being a member of Generation X, there has been a video game console attached to my TV since I was about 6 years old. For this reason it just recently dawned on me that there is still a huge market for search to exploit… Gamers.Read More »How Microsoft could gain some ground on Google… leverage Gamers
I just found an interesting Infographic from BusinessMBA.org on Google’s 2010 profits, and some quick comparisons! Read More »Great Google Behind the numbers Infographic!
Last Tuesday the search engine giant, Google, released an interesting innovation. They rolled out indoor maps at 18 U.S. airports, several malls; select Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, Home Depot and Ikea stores; and a bunch of airports, train stations and malls in Japan.Read More »Google makes Ikea and Airports Easy
As reported by Search Engine Watch Microsoft filed an application for a US Patent on October 13th 2011 which would allow a user of Bing to replicate the results that their favorite persona (say “Miley Cyrus,” “Taylor Swift,” “Megan Fox,” and “Jessica Lange”) would see.Read More »Miley Cyrus drives your Bing search results
Philadelphia is the latest area that has been opened up to Google Offers, a competitor for Groupon and Living Social. The Google Offers platform doesn’t open a new concept, but does open another search giant functionality for those of us on the east coast of Pennsylvania.Read More »Google launches Offers, competition with Groupon starts in Philly
Yesterday October 5th 2011, Google Inc. (GOOG)’s $700 million purchase of travel-information company ITA Software Inc. was cleared by a federal judge after the search-engine company agreed to conditions imposed by the U.S. government.Read More »Google spends $700 mil, gets travel data
Now anyone actually thinking that I would be recommending someone to watch our wonderful US Democracy in action without some sort of understory obviously doesn’t me. However, today’s senate hearing (they are streaming it at 2pm EST) is set to cover the possibility that Google is a monopoly.Read More »Quick, Turn on the US Senate Hearing! Google is talking!