Posts Tagged ‘algorithm’

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Facebook loves Google – What Facebook marketers can learn from SEO

16 December 2013 | Henry Elliss

According to a widely-circulated article by Business Insider last week, Facebook’s latest newsfeed alogithm ‘tweak’ is “screwing an entire profession”. Now, whilst the article in question is rather sensationalist (and if the SEO comments are [...]

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Facebook’s EdgeRank, in a nutshell

1 November 2011 | Henry Elliss

If you’ve not come across EdgeRank before, I wanted to give a quick round-up of what it is, why you should care about it and some tips on how you can influence it. These tips [...]

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Google caffeine – why the fuss?

10 June 2010 | Tanya Goodin

First off unless you are really into your SEO its unlikely that you will have heard too much if anything about Caffeine. But Caffeine is a behind the scenes bit of engineering by Google that [...]

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Twitter improve ‘suggested users’ list – now based on algorithm

22 January 2010 | Henry Elliss

“Good news everybody!” News reaches us from Twitter HQ (well – via their blog anyway) that the ‘Suggested users’ function has now been improved to give a better experience to new users. Here’s how Twitter’s [...]