It’s important to remember that some of the biggest changes in Google search results were not named all named after animals. As a matter of fact, some major changes in Google search algorithms this year have been named after nothing at all.
"SEO has been declared “dead” almost from when it first began, as our post from a few years ago, Is SEO Dead?
1997 Prediction, Meet 2009 Reality, covers. Now, a new infographic is out looking at how SEO has been “dying” over the years.
The infographic is from SEO Book and is interesting in that rather than taking a timeline approach, it instead shows examples of various types of people who’ve declared that SEO is dead and why they are, as the infographic puts it, “deluded.”
Ever since Google announced their Google Plus social platform, questions have been raised over whether the social metric embedded within the network, Google +1’s, would have a benefit to specific pages within a website in terms of being able to rank...
Crowdsourcing (the process of using an open call contest or a 'crowd' of people to get something done) is a buzz word that was coined in Wired Magazine by author Jeff Howe in 2006, but the process of crowdsourcing was invented as early as 1714. ...
Remarketing is one of the most powerful tools and campaign types available to online marketers in terms of driving additional conversions and positive ROI. Here are three reasons you should be excited about Google’s new universal remarketing code.