The world's most popular Content Management System (CMS) is releasing a major update in mid-2018.
For a long time the use of online portals such as Rightmove, Zoopla or On The Market have been at the forefront of the property search process.
Why are you redesigning the site? All too many times people rush into building a new website without addressing some of the fundamental questions.
It’s been a big year for Google so far (is there ever not a big year for Google?) with right hand side listings being removed, expanded text ads being introduced, and the arrival of the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) project. Although AMP was actually introduced back in February, you may still be wondering what AMP actually is.
A really common misconception is that all you have to do to be digital is build a website and the people will come – if only! In fact your website is just one piece of your digital marketing puzzle, which may include SEO, paid search, social media (including advertising), email, display and remarketing to name just a few.
Everyone is talking about it and it has been confirmed from the horse’s mouth – Paul Feng, AdWords product management director, confirmed Google AdWords is having an interface overhaul.
Everyone knows that 2015 was the year mobile took over. We experienced (or rather - didn’t experience) Google’s mobilegeddon alongside Google’s announcement in May that mobile search had officially overtaken desktop, and mobile became our primary devices.
I have been in and out of online seminars recently, with the main discussion always steering towards mobile advertising. Most of these discussions have centred around mobile Search and Mobile Design – basically anything mobile. It’s a hot topic that’s been on everyone’s lips for the last year since Mobilegeddon gave everyone sleepless nights for a slightly anti-climactic result.
Today marks a week since Google rolled out their latest algorithm change. So called mobilegeddon, it affects websites that are not considered to be mobile friendly.
Did you know there are now 3.1 mobile devices per household in 2014? Google told me this statistic at a recent Google Partners conference; I actually find this hard to believe considering between me and my flatmate we have 3 each!
Your microwave… your oven… your DVD player. Everything’s got a clock in it. Why? I’m a respectable middle-class citizen, and am the proud owner of several straight-up, no-frills clocks.
It’s not often you see a giant get eaten by a panda, but that’s exactly what the internet witnessed this week as eBay was smashed (to put it mildly) by Google, with some estimates indicating that the online auctioneer has seen an 80% reduction in visibility.