Posts Tagged ‘Google’
Please excuse my French but for those that don’t know, if one was to be looking for the definition of an English person this link may prove how easy it is to game the Google SERP.
Are Google in need of some link building services?
I work in the beautiful world of SEO services and as such, I am lucky to work with clients that operate in an array of different industries. Garages doors, private tuition, b2b directory services, voip telephone systems, holiday packages and more. I am learning something new (and quite often to an acquired taste) every single day.
As expected, Google has replied to the Facebook ‘Like’ with its own little Social likey thingy. The ‘+1′.
As Google continues to quench its ever present thirst for information, it quietly rolls out another feature: Google Instant Preview! Google could once again be playing Devils advocate with click rates and impressions.
Google’s ‘Priority Inbox’ feature has just been given the all high and mighty approval for mass consumption but what exactly is it, how does it work and what potential impacts does it endeavour to have?
Priority Inbox is a new way of taking control of your Gmail account. It attempts to automatically identify your important incoming messages and separates them out from everything else. Google servers look at several types of information to identify the ‘important stuff’, including who you email and chat with most, how often you email these people and which keywords appear most frequently in the emails that you read. Read the rest of this entry »