It’s not that we expected any different. It’s just good to know that it’s still alive and well. The two second choices in their respective niches have continued their firehose relationship to help Bing keep an advantage over Google and to give Twitter the added
Klout has a way of making their users angry with every algorithm or TOS change. Since the social influence grading platform started getting big in 2010, it has been the center of more than one controversial move. This time, the move seems to be a
Let’s call it what it really is, shall we? Despite efforts by Bing/Yahoo to stay relevant as well as efforts by Facebook and Twitter to enter the search game, there really is only one. For years, I’ve always had to add the caveat when discussing
There are still many in the search engine optimization industry that are fighting the concept that Google (and Bing) is taking social signals into account at a high level when determining search rankings.
No, no. Not Martin Short. Short, as in not very long.
“How about a magic trick? I’m gonna make this keyword disappear.” *SMASH* “TA DAA! It’s…It’s gone.”
The vast majority of business websites out there tend to stay laser-focused on their goals. Whether they’re intended to sell a product or generate leads, it seems that all of the content placed on their websites works towards this end. While there’s something that can
I knew it would happen sometime in 2013. I’m glad it happened sooner rather than later.
As social signals continue to rise in prominence when it comes to search engine rankings, there has been a revival in the need for retweets. Google and Bing are assigning a certain level of importance on the sheer organic numbers that are gained when it
Over the past couple of months, I’ve been working on a standard operating procedure for a comprehensive social media marketing service. It has been a while since I had to develop an overarching strategy rather than one that was individualized for a business or organization,