Articles by Adam Bunn
Adam Bunn is SEO and Social Media Director at Greenlight and is responsible for the strategic direction of the agency's SEO consultancy and link building products and services. Adam provides consultancy for clients who include LV=, Santander and Sky. Adam also oversees Greenlight's internal SEO training programme, provides training for the likes of the IDM and is a regular speaker at industry events.
By Adam Bunn | 29 May 2012 |
Without thinking about this for too long, my instinct would be to assume that not many people search in more than one language. The results from Greenlight's Search & Social Media Survey (2011-2012) however, suggest quite the opposite.
By Adam Bunn | 10 May 2012 |
When Google circulated their algorithm/infrastructure updates in March, I foolishly attempted to comment on every single one. This month Google have been so kind to let us know about 50 more changes, but since finding something useful to say about them all proved to be incredibly arduous last time, albeit interesting in a kind of academic way, below I've picked out the ones that are actually of note.
By Adam Bunn | 26 October 2009 |
First it was Microsoft, followed a day later by Google. At the end of last week both giants have signed deals with "micro blogging" phenomenon Twitter to reuse its vast repository of data for their own purposes.
The terms of the deal aren't known, but it probably represents the first time T...
By Adam Bunn | 08 September 2010 |
So, having stuck my neck out and confidently predicted that Google's test of "streaming search" (now apparently called "Google Instant") would be a short lived one, I'm now going to concede I was wrong as Google do in fact seem to be taking the service out of limited Beta testing and taking it live for all logged in users who choose to try it.
By Adam Bunn | 08 January 2010 |
Ever wondered when links became such an influential component of SEO? Or when Google released the infamous "Florida" update and what effect it had on search engine optimisation? Perhaps you're interested in the origins of the unsolicited link exchange, or want to know when (and why) nofollow was created.
By Adam Bunn | 21 December 2010 |
What’s in store for natural search in 2011? Among other things, we are predicting Google and Bing will offer app search before the year is out, competition between Bing and Google will hot up and duplication filters will get even tougher as the search engines take more drastic measures to limit the amount of resource they spend on less valuable content and maximise the focus on everything else.
By Adam Bunn | 31 January 2011 |
Earlier this month I wrote as part of our 2011 SEO predictions about how search engines were likely to take an even more aggressive stance towards duplicate and low value content this year. On Friday Matt Cutts announced an algorithm update that does just that. The update, which somewhat unusually for a Google algorithm change doesn't yet appear to have been christened with a catchy moniker, tightens duplicate content filters and tries to make a better job of identifying the original source of duplicate material.