Posted in Google, Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) by Laurence
16 Mar 2012
How will Google Venice affect your website’s SEO?
If you’ve been wondering how the Google Venice update changes things, it means that Google is upping the ante in as far as local search is involved. Search queries no longer need the searcher to promote location specific words for Google to deliver location-based results.
For Google, it is about providing relevancy. By automatically delivering SERPS that are location specific (regardless of mobile, laptop or desktop), Google is making it clear that intent on making its SERP even more bespoke for the user and in doing so, even harder for us SEO consultants to benchmark clients accounts.Read more..
Posted in Social Media, Web Design by Frans
12 Mar 2012
The Good And The Bad About The New Facebook Timeline
You may have noticed a significant shift in the way Facebook has enhanced the look of its pages, and in turn, worry about how this will affect your business on this ubiquitous social network tool.
These changes, as well as the new user interface, may or may not correspond with the way you’ve presented your brand and business on Facebook thus far, particularly if you’ve relied on this social media application in a major way as a platform to interact with your fans and followers.
Posted in Web Design by Frans
12 Mar 2012
Understanding The New EU Cookie Legislation
What are Cookies?
For the uninformed, cookies are a technology that takes the form of small text files, making it possible for websites to remember information by storing this small amount of data on your browser each time you visit. This way, your browser can remember if you are logged on to a site, if you have visited a site previously, and what your browsing preferences are.Read more..