By Adam Bunn | 09 May 2016 |
Last October’s RankBrain story was one of the splashiest of 2015. When I studied the impact RankBrain seemed to be having on the SERPs and the information available about it, including two different patents that seemed closely related to what RankBrain is supposed to do, I was reminded a lot of a previous update from Google called Hummingbird. You may remember it as 2013’s major algorithm update, which I wrote about in the 2013 SEO Briefing that year.
By Greenlight | 02 March 2016 |
Adam Bunn, Director of SEO & Social Media at Greenlight, answers key questions that website owners need to know on structural SEO. From top areas that go wrong to improvements to recommendations, Adam gets to the point of why it's imperative to get your setup right.
By Stefania Romanelli | 10 August 2015 |
At the beginning of the year, Google hinted that more search query information would be available to webmasters by the end of 2015, probably referring to the new Search Analytics report implemented on the Search Console (formerly Google Webmaster Tools).
By Ben McAneny | 07 August 2013 |
10 years ago, when Google maps was first released, the search giant had already foreseen that the future of Search was going to be related to mapping. However, by adding another feather to its bow compliments of its acquisition of Waze, serving users with relevant, non-infringing ads within the mapping interface is now finally being realised.
Integrated search and digital strategies a MUST in a competitive multi-channel and multi-device marketplace
By Paul Byrne | 15 July 2013 |
A fully Integrated digital search strategy is a difficult thing to achieve but is a must for all digital marketers in a competitive multi-channel and multi-device marketplace. The siloed approach needs to change and needs to be driven from the top. C-level employees need to realise that to deliver an integrated strategy, all departments need to be aligned to work towards the business’s goals. To really embrace it, a business needs to be ambitious and courageous.
By Christina Tsiripidou | 14 January 2013 |
Google has announced its shopping space, Google Shopping, will, for merchants, shift to a paid model of Product Listing Ads (PLAs). This will be rolled out in countries where PLAs are currently live including the UK. Migration will commence 13 February 2013 and completed by Q2 2013. Come July, the results will be only in the format of paid PLAs and the previous natural shopping results will no longer appear.
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).