Category Archives: SEO

Twitter Releases New iPhone App Just In Time For iOS 8 by @mattsouthern

A day after Facebook unveiled a new iOS app, Twitter releases an updated app for iPhone users just in time for iOS 8. The updated app, rolling out today, promises to make it easier to explore and learn about other people on Twitter. The company claims it is their biggest update to date, featuring a new design and revamped profile pages. The new profiles have been designed to emphasize your bio, tweets, and photos so people can quickly digest everything that’s important to know about you at a glance. The bio is immediately visible as soon as you land on […]

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Daily Search Forum Recap: September 19, 2014

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web...

SearchCap: Bing Predicts Scotland Vote, Google Maps Navigation Expands & Bing Ads Sitelinks

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. From Search Engine Land: Cortana Coming To Windows 9, Will It Replace Bing? Next week in San Francisco, Microsoft will unveil Windows 9 for the press. Among the features of the new OS is...

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Bing Ads Launches Campaign Planner Feature to Boost Ease of Use

Similar to Google AdWords, Campaign Planner provides insights from data collected from Yahoo and Bing to help advertisers make decisions based on data.

SEO 101: 9 #SEO Considerations When Building a New Website by @Think_Traffic

Most of the time, SEOs are asked to come in after a website has already been built. Often long after, by which point the website may need updating anyway. And then they are expected to pull in visitors and sales to a site which may not be up to the job. If you are having a new website built, my advice would be to invest in some SEO advice right from the start or alternatively hire a developer who actually “gets” SEO. But if that’s not an option, this post is a list of the most important SEO / marketing […]

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Cortana Coming To Windows 9, Will It Replace Bing?

Next week in San Francisco, Microsoft will unveil Windows 9 for the press. Among the features of the new OS is reportedly going to be the virtual assistant Cortana. A range of sites are repeating some early evidence found by a German site, and also a discussion on Neowin, that assert Cortana will...

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Google Maps Navigation Now Covers 104 Countries

Android Police points out that Google has expanded navigation for Google Maps to 20 additional countries. These are mostly in Africa, the Caribbean islands and South America.  From Algeria to Venezuela, the addition of these 20 brings to an impressive 104 the total number of countries where Google...

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Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: September 19, 2014

This was a pretty mild week in search as reported at the Search Engine Roundtable...

Search In Pics: Darth Vader Painting, Staircase Bobsledding & Google Family Hackathon

In this week’s Search In Pictures, here are the latest images culled from the web, showing what people eat at the search engine companies, how they play, who they meet, where they speak, what toys they have, and more. GoogleBot Stuck In The Woods: Source: Google+ Google Family Hackathon Day:...

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Bing Ads Rolling Out Dynamic Sitelinks In U.S.

Bing Ads has debuted Dynamic Sitelinks, new annotations that are automatically created and displayed in the same fashion as standard Sitelinks that advertisers control. If this sounds familiar, it’s because Google introduced the same feature in July. The engines know that sitelinks increase...

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