Google’s latest “algorithm changes” just a ploy to increase Google AdWords?

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 … Read MoreRead More

Some Basic Rules of eCommerce SEO

In a world where eCommerce is taking the precedence over standard brick and mortar sites, many have no clue how to even start making their products visible on search engines like Google, or Bing. Here are the 5 basic places … Read MoreRead More

Big Web using personal data to increase their revenues

In our last post about the Facebook IPO we discussed how (what we would call) “Big Web” has to increase revenue, and the number one way that they are accomplishing this is via advertising on their site. Many like Facebook, or … Read MoreRead More

Facebook IPO, we can’t ignore it!

I will never boast to be a financial expert, but sometimes the World of the Web changes due to financial happenings. Hence we can’t ignore the upcoming IPO of Facebook, and the impact of this on SEO and SEM. … Read More

Does Search+ your world mean anything… yet?

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

When to listen and when to question… a Guide to getting the right info from your SEO expert

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 … Read MoreRead More

Google launches 3 new concepts to search results screen

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 … Read MoreRead More

Questioning the longevity of the Google Model

Recently Tech-Republic (A great news service for techies) published an article titled “Can Google survive it’s blind faith in the algorithm?” and it raised quite few points which also made me wonder what the longevity of the Google search model truly is. … Read More

Google Celebrates it’s 13th birthday!

Yesterday September 28th was Google’s 13th birthday. Yesterday’s doodle hinted at a little more than previous years. … Read More