Search Engine Marketing
By Greenlight | 23 November 2012 |
Google recently launched a new beta ‘Remarketing in Search’, that could have a substantial impact on the way we traditionally use remarketing. It aims to take the benefits of remarketing and leverage them within the search engine results pages (SERPs).
By Greenlight | 15 January 2012 |
What’s in store in 2012 for Search and Social Media? With 2011 fast coming to a close, we at Greenlight have been discussing the successes and failures in Search and Social Media that 2011 has brought, and also looking ahead to 2012 to consider what is likely to be the next big thing. With this in mind, we caught some of Greenlight’s Directors on camera discussing their predictions for the coming year. Watch the video now to see Chris Bland, Client Services Director SEO, Hannah Kimuyu, Paid Media Director and Anna O’Brien, Social Media Director discuss amongst other things: what’s next for Google and Facebook, whether 2012 will finally be the year for mobile and how the next generation of web users will be searching.
By Krishna Rao | 10 October 2011 |
UK online searches for loans saw a 6 per cent rise on January levels totalling 966,202 in July, according to the latest independent research from leading specialist search and social marketing agency, Greenlight. According to the report, ‘Retail Banking Issue 9’, those for mortgages, which in January accounted for the lion’s share of retail banking-related searches, dropped 14 per cent. It was likewise for credit and debit card and bank account-related searches, which decreased by 7 per cent and 4 per cent, respectively.
By Adam Bunn | 31 January 2011 |
One year ago I released the first version of our History of SEO infographic. This 2 page graphic was intended to collate various sources of historical SEO information about the search engines and the SEO industry into one easily digestible "cheat sheet", and since then many people have been asking if I'll be updating the History of SEO to include what happened in 2010. The answer, you'll be pleased to know, is "yes". Changes and additions include: a ranking factors chart and events timeline updated to include 2010; "Whatever happened to...?", the fate of 90's search engines such as Lycos and Excite; and more random facts for your entertainment. This years version is very long (and I mean that literally)....