U.S District Court Judge Susan Illston hands down a ruling to approve the FTC’s $22.5-million fine of Google over […]
April of 2012 was a rough month for SEO. We had three updates all within nine days: Panda […]
Google+ has been reimagined a home on the web for communities and collections.
Matt Cutts, Google’s former head of web spam, took to Quora to explain why he left Google to work at the United Stated Digital Service.
Google has announced it is expanded its set of security alerts in Google Analytics.
In a constantly changing SEO landscape, it is important to remain up-to-date with the changing practices and strategies […]
Prospective client: Help! I’ve fallen, and I can’t get up! Me: Where are you? Prospective client: Massachusetts Me: […]
In February of 2011, the introduction of the Panda update shook up the search results, altering more than […]
Brave New SEO World? I’ve been reading lots of articles lately about the forever altered post-Panda and […]
Helpouts, a less popular version of Google+ Hangouts, will be discontinued as of April 20, 2015. Google+ Helpouts […]
The SEO False Mentality Probably most of us are aware that Google is the predominant search engine in […]
A lot has been said about Google Tag Manager, and the many benefits that it has given to many digital marketers. Here’s a list of its many uses.
Panda, along with all the other updates and changes in the search landscape, makes our jobs as digital […]
A reporting glitch in Google Search Console affecting ‘links to your site’ data appears to have been fixed.
A Google help document has been released, defining exactly what counts as impressions, positions, and clicks in the Search Analytics report of Google Search Console.
Google announced a change to its search results today which is designed to guide travelers to the best restaurants and bars.
Google is encouraging site owners via Search Console to create AMP versions of their content.
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Google has not given up on its struggling social network, Google+. Its latest effort? Hiring founder of controversial message board 4chan and having him join the team.
Over the past few weeks users have been noticing a slight change to Google Maps.