1. How Google Now Will Impact SEO & What You Can Do to Get a Head Start – Search Engine Watch
Google hosted their big developers conference this week, Google I/O. Although there were no big new products introductions, one service that has been getting a lot of attention is Google Now. Although this product was released over a year ago, it is now available for free download on Apple and Android phones and tablets. Guillaume Bouchard has some interesting ideas about how Google Now will affect the SEO community and what we can do to stay ahead of the curve.[Read more]
Posted on Friday, May 17th, 2013
5 Ways To Pay For Twitter Exposure - Crazy Egg
We’re all used to the ads on Google and Facebook, but paid campaigns on Twitter are still unfamiliar for many businesses thinking about a paid advertising campaign online. Here are five different methods to get your tweets seen by more people.
Digg Banned From SERPs (Updated) - Search Engine Journal
Here’s a doozy for you! Last week, popular social bookmarking site Digg.com disappeared from Google’s SERPs! Read for the full report from Search Engine Journal.
Three Easy-to-Make Content Marketing Blunders - Blue Glass[Read more]
Posted on Friday, March 29th, 2013
Google AdWords Announces Enhanced Campaigns -Search Engine Watch
Google announced Enhanced Campaigns this month, much to the dismay of some and delight of most. The Enhanced Campaigns work to simplify mobile marketing – sounds good, right? So why are some advertisers viewing this update negatively? Check out our blog post by resident Google AdWords Expert to learn why.
The Ultimate Guide for Monitoring your Reputation Online -Search Engine Journal
Here’s an infographic Beyonce might be interested in. We’ve all had unflattering or embarrassing photos taken. Reputation monitoring is something we all need to think about in these days of hyped-up connectivity online. This infographic explains the steps businesses and individuals need to take to protect their image online.
Posted on Friday, February 15th, 2013
Folks, here is a lesson in homegrown social media success. While it has long been known as an obsession of my generation, it can be difficult for just-starting-out businesses to learn how to grapple with this fact and to lasso it into a useful tool for getting non-virtual dollars into their budgets. At this point, we know of the tried-and-true ways for businesses to use social media for their benefit — primarily, starting conversations with customers or potential customers, generating interest, and responding to complaints. We also know there are ways to do it wrong. But who knew it could also be a way to attract investors? Local health-conscious delivery joint Naked Pizza, based right here in New Orleans, has been having tremendous success with social media via their quirky and attention-grabbing Twitter tactics.[Read more]
Posted on Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012
Google Introduces ‘Hot Searches’ in Google Trends — SEOptimize
Google recently announced an update to their Google Trends product offering: Hot Searches, which will allow you to see the most searched for keywords across the nation in real time. The results show the most searched words, as well as a short description and a few links about the subject.
Posted on Friday, June 15th, 2012