With millennials now carving the trends path and dictating what's hot and what's not, it’s no wonder Google are making it easier for them to travel the world and feed into their wanderlust.
Following my recent post on Google’s attempts to help publishers and media owners deal with the rise in offensive comments on posts, the company is back with another tool to help combat a topic that became prevalent last year, fake news.
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.
SEO, known as search engine optimisation, free search, Google listings, and so on, whatever you call it, SEO best practices should always be applied. Google have over 200 ranking signals
Estimated Reading Time [est_time] Over the years, there has been a blurring of lines between what is construed as online PR and SEO.
On Friday, Google officially confirmed the rollout of their real-time update to the Penguin algorithm on the Webmaster Central blog. Previously, if you were hit with a penalty via the Penguin algorithm, you would wait until the next iteration of the algorithm to see an impact. Now the algorithm is in real-time, and is just one of over 200 unique signals that Google uses to help users find the most relevant content to their search.
With so much speculation out there and a whole world of smoke and mirrors, it is important to determine the facts from the myths. Getting the facts right could help you enhance your PPC and SEO strategies.