SEO News


  1. Target Adds Product Search to App in Time for Black Friday

    The screenshots below show my search (using the Target app) for what some would consider a hot-ticket item for the holidays. Many Black Friday shoppers have already begun scouring preview flyers and formulating their plan for pushing, shoving, and...

  2. 3 Lessons Social Advertisers Can Learn From Search Marketing

    The key is not just to hop on the hot topic bandwagon, but adapt these themes and insights to fit your program and execute against them better than your competitors. I strongly believe that marketers can always learn something from one another...

  3. The Votes Are In: Bing, Internet Explorer, & CNN Partner for 2014 Elections

    The website allows users to explore segments of different hot topics such as immigration and state-by-state battles for the Senate. For the 2014 elections, Bing wants to provide all Americans with an educational opportunity.

  4. SEO Is No One-Trick Pony

    That said, some of the best posts are those which – quickly – get posted on "hot topics" and are shared, immediately. The workshop was four hours and the presentation totaled just more than 100 slides.

  5. Last-Minute SEO - Here Come the Holidays!

    Unless their business is summer-related, summer is the time of year where many website owners (and managers) slow down, kick back, grab a beer, and enjoy those long, hot, sunny days! As long as Google doesn’t release an update or manually devalue...

  6. Microsoft Tests Specialized Chips for Increased Search Speed

    According to an article in PCWorld, Microsoft recently submitted a paper at the Hot Chips academic conference that described a solution for improving load speed. The speed of search results and page loads is increasingly becoming a very important...

  7. Kiss Your Ads Goodbye: How Net Neutrality May Impact Content & Advertising

    Net neutrality has been the topic of hot debate and discussion for years. One could argue that the discussion around Net Neutrality has been designed to be so boring and complex that ordinary consumers and entrepreneurs tune it out.