Monthly Archives: August 2013
SEO, we’ve got a BHAG (big hairy audacious goal) to address.
It’s clear the SEO industry is changing in new and different ways. It’s not as much about the latest new tactic as it is about the latest shift in paradigm.
Google announced that it is making some improvements to its search function that allows Google centric Internet users to search for not only what they would normally (watches, cars, porn etc) but to also update them on their personal comings and goings.
When I first noticed Ginny Marvin’s post on how you can check changes in your AdWords metrics my initial thought was that it was too good to be true.
What do most people know about Oklahoma? They probably know the title song from “Oklahoma!” It was the first musical written by the team of composer Richard Rodgers and librettist Oscar Hammerstein II.
If you want to see where technology is headed tomorrow, follow the collective pool of money that powers it today. AngelList offers a daily glimpse of the ideas and people attracting attention and cash.
But I’m a substitute for another guy
I look pretty tall but my heels are high
The simple things you see are all complicated
I look pretty young, but I’m just backdated, yeah
– Peter Townsend
When you search at Google, how easy is it to find what you’re looking for? Do you search again, but try different but related words if your first attempt doesn’t uncover pages that you find useful?
Recently we listed the 11 Essential SEO and Analytics Apps for the iPhone. But, and this is a shocker, not everyone has an iPhone. There are plenty of people who own Android devices, so it’s now their turn to get in on the fun.
- How would Google Answer Vague Questions in Queries?
- Why Google Grants Needs To Focus on Mobile Networks
- Social chat app Capture launches to take a shot at less viral success
- What Happens When Reproductive Tech Like IVF Goes Awry?
- Qualtrics’ Julie Larson-Green will talk customer experience at TC Sessions: Enterprise