Posts Tagged ‘Google’

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Google Analytics Data; Anytime, Anywhere

18 July 2014 | Isobel Capelin

Google have been pretty busy recently, releasing 4 new iOS apps this month alone, but the most talked about has got to be the newly unveiled Google Analytics app. Finally Apple users will be able […]

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Has the world got bored of the Tour de France?

8 July 2014 | Henry Elliss

Even the most ardent anti-sports people will be hard-pressed to disagree that 2014 is an impressive year for sports. With the World Cup, Winter Oympics and Commonwealth Games all making a massive impact on our […]

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11 Ways Search and Social Make the Ultimate Power Couple

7 July 2014 | Isobel Capelin

The Marriage Between Social Media and Search You’d be surprised to know that it wasn’t until relatively recently that brands stopped seeing organic search and social media as completely independent of one another. Despite the […]

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EU force Google to censor ‘outdated’ information in SERPs

13 May 2014 | Henry Elliss

In a ruling which could have major implications to the way users can affect search results, the EU Court of Justice has today said search-giant Google must remove ‘out-dated’ results at the request of users. […]

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Is Google+ about to ride off into the sunset?

25 April 2014 | Henry Elliss

Speculation is rife about the future of Google+ today, with the announcement that Vic Gundotra – the head of the social network – is stepping down from the role. Whilst the departure of figure like […]

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Advertising Week Europe: 10 stories that made a big impact

4 April 2014 | Tanya Goodin

All this week we’ve been enjoying events down at Advertising Week Europe here in London – with over 200 sessions spread over 6 locations and 4 days, the amount of discussion and debate going on […]

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Rap Genius SEO: where did it all go wrong?

7 January 2014 | Valentin Boulan

  Rap Genius is back on the ranking map! Following a penalty from Google for spammy link building activity which resulted in its disappearance from search results, the popular lyric annotation site seems to have […]

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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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Google encrypted keyword data – what are the consequences for SEO?

25 November 2013 | Valentin Boulan

In the early days, SEO was a straightforward industry, based on peppering your content with popular keywords, with the aim of significantly boosting rankings. However, recent Google algorithm updates have aimed to put the final […]

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The importance of accurate search volumes – RevenueMapper™

17 September 2013 | Henry Elliss

A couple of weeks ago, we introduced you to RevenueMapper – Tamar’s proprietary forecasting tool for projecting revenues for your search campaign. After our introductory piece, we looked in detail at one of the most […]