What do the autocomplete results for the UK’s political parties tell us about the the corporate and political world, and how are they corrupting your search results?
Welcome to our weekly round-up of all the latest news and research from around the world of search marketing and beyond.
I took a look at some of our own client’s data points to see how this search engine was performing and provide my own point of view.
To help unpick the tangled web of news-stories and trends are a selection of expert contributors, who will expand further on the biggest events on the year and perhaps shine a light on what may come in 2016
Welcome to our weekly round-up of all the latest news and research from around the
In early December, Google announced “With the holidays upon us, it looks like the penguins won’t march until next year.” I’ll be the first to admit that I’m no Tom Hanks, but could this be a clue – the Da Google Code?
It’s not enough to create a great website and leave it set. A healthy website requires ongoing maintenance. A major part of this is to protect it from vulnerability.
You may remember a few months back, Google mentioned that by showing giant, screen-covering ads for your app to mobile visitors it may lead to a ranking decrease.
If we assume, as the joke goes, that the best place to hide a dead body is on page two of Google, we can assume it has a lot of click data to play around with on page one but much less after that point.
I have noticed an increasing trend during the second half of 2015, the recognized importance of links within online marketing by those outside SEO.