One of the main considerations for many businesses is growth, which means looking forward and expanding. Continued growth usually requires new customers to boost sales, profits and so many other aspects of a business.
After living in your home for a few years, have you noticed the décor starting to feel stale? Well, the same thing can happen with your company website.
You may have noticed slight changes in your Facebook newsfeed this past week, a few more photos of friends and a little less obtrusive advertising. Your prayers have finally been answered with Facebook’s latest news feed algorithm.
With digital assistant sales increasing by a huge 103% in the last year it is safe to say that smart speakers are soon surpassing their trend status and becoming staples in the everyday home.
The launch of Google’s AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) has been the talk of the previous year with Google urging sites to prepare for mobile optimisation. However, despite the constant reminders, tips and tricks AMP didn’t particularly launch to a smooth start.
It’s a brand new year, which means a fresh start for you, your business and your SEO strategy. But my keywords haven’t changed, why do I need a new strategy?
As the end of the working year comes to a close we’re looking back on our top five favourites of the past year.
With 2017 coming to a close it’s time to start looking to the New Year to make resolutions and come up with new strategies. Not just your strategy for eating healthier, getting more active or meditating but your SEO strategy as well! To get an idea of what 2018 will hold for SEO we’ve compiled a list of the top three buzzwords that will influence how you should be strategizing.
Artificial intelligence is becoming an increasingly hot topic for search with Bing introducing their own AI search tools for users at an event earlier this week not only for the search engine but Cortana and Microsoft Office as well.
When news broke about the Mozilla-Yahoo split late November it was clear that Mozilla’s wandering eye for Google was the reason for the premature breakup. Their subsequent press releases and statements wrote the narrative for the split with no word from Yahoo. Until now.