SEO News


  1. Google to Fight Piracy by Modifying Search Algorithms

    These results show in the U.S.only, but we plan to continue investing in this area and to expand it internationally. Google has updated its search engine algorithms in an attempt to restrict piracy websites appearing high in its search rankings.

  2. Give a Little, Get a Lot: How Superstar SEOs Use Content to Outshine Their Peers

    Imagine there’s an executive directive to spread internationally; you could take this insight to your content people and say, “Right now, our site gets barely one in ten visitors is from the Asia/PAC region.

  3. International Expansion: Break Down Barriers With Google+ Hangouts

    Expanding internationally is extremely challenging. You may want to consider building out an international presence to help your business grow for many years to come, but it isn't always easy – you have to deal with different time zones, languages...

  4. SEO Tactics for App Stores, Mobile App Website Pages & Local Markets

    You do have to consider the incremental downloads and revenue you can gain from internationalization and localization strategies, but initial studies are showing that localization will be a smart investment for expanding your app installs and...

  5. Google Not Responsible for Content of Paid Search Ads, Australian Court Rules

    This is a benchmark case in both Australia and internationally in respect to online advertising practices and the responsibility of website hosts for third-party content,” Colleen Platford of Gilbert + Tobin Laywers, Google’s attorneys, told...

  6. Facebook Ads 80% Bot Claim, Examined! Why You Shouldn’t Lose Faith Just Yet

    Internationally, possible FB Ads bot traffic is higher than it is in the USA but much lower than Limited reports. Internationally, bot traffic could be as high as 28 percent, with the same caveats. Eighty percent bot clicks on Facebook Ads?