SEO News

Software Applications

  1. In Memoriam: Ren Warmuz of Trellian

    We made a great team, creating and releasing many ground breaking software and web applications. Trellian is a software company from Australia that launched in 1997. Along with his brother, David Warmuz, the company launched some great software and...

  2. InboundWriter Promises More Insight into How Content Will Perform Prior to Publishing

    Agencies know they need the discipline and rigor that good topic research brings, but everyone is frustrated with Google Analytics and the different types of PPC-related applications," Besthoff said. We've studied those factors very carefully and...

  3. Extending Your Google Analytics Functionality With the Application Gallery

    There are applications that help you tag and track various links, WordPress plug-ins for tracking your blog in Google Analytics, and third-party tools to help you create more attractive dashboards. Not all of the "apps" are – strictly speaking...

  4. Big Data: An Introduction for Search Marketers

    There are plenty of SaaS applications that are not big data because of their single tenancy – there is, by design, no sharing of data across subscriptions. Big Data Includes Infrastructure, Analytics infrastructure, analytics, and applications.

  5. Social Good in SEO: Conductor Foundation SEO Grant for 2013 Open

    Applications must be received before 11:59 p.m. The Arizona Humane Society and Helen Woodward Animal Center are both recipients of SEO software and services from Covario. Nominations are open for the Conductor Foundation SEO grant for 2013 and this...

  6. Bob Moog Rocks Google Homepage With Synthesizer Logo You Can Play

    At the time, he was preparing applications for college; his innovative energy and passion for science and music shine through in his writing, even at that age. In contrast, Bob Moog’s synthesizers produce beautiful, organic and rich sounds that are...

  7. Google, Mozilla Accuse Microsoft of Restricting Browser Choice in Windows 8

    Windows RT, along with other Windows 8 versions, will effectively have two distinct environments; one for Metro-style applications and a "classic" desktop, which is needed to support legacy applications on x86 systems.