Google released a new algorithm update last Thursday and it has since been referred to as the ‘Pigeon Update’. Google said to Search Engine Land that the change had no official name, though as this change to the algorithm is considered a significant one, the guys over at Search Engine Land decided to call it […]
comScore U.S are about to release their market share data for June, and, for Yahoo, it doesn’t look pretty. According to financial analyst notes, released early, the numbers also indicate that desktop search declined for the fifth consecutive month after a period of growth in mid-2013.
The headline that stands out amongst the rest however […]
We’re currently in the process of seeing mobile organic searches overtaking that of it’s father – the desktop. Over the past few years digital marketing has been fragmented across different devices (mobile, tablet and desktop) as well as further dividing between different platforms (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest etc.). This has certainly made digital marketing […]
If you’ve been in the SEO game for a while, you might remember the good old days of link building – all you really had to do was submit your site/article/details to a few directories and BAM – you had 100 links inside 24 hours. Good times.
Though times changes, and SEOers should be the […]
Matt Cutts, Google’s Head of Search Spam, announced at SMX Advanced that they are updating how they handle reconsideration rejection requests – using more details from Google Search Quality analysts. This means that when a Google search quality representative reviews and responds to a reconsideration request with a rejection, they now have a new […]