With desktop browsing decreasing and mobile browsing taking over, Google are switching their emphasis to the mobile version of your site as its primary source for content and ranking signals. More web browsing takes place on smartphones and tablets than on desktop computers, a shift which is set to see Google using mobile content for all search ranking …read more →
Heard about SEO but not sure what it really is? Fear not, Mark has written a brief beginners overview with enough stats to flummox Carol Vorderman. Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) gives a website the opportunity of increased traffic (users) and a higher ranking in the top three search engines Google, Bing or Yahoo. SEO is …read more →
Google is giving an advantage to websites that are mobile friendly.
Google are encouraging website owners to improve security by making it a ranking factor in their search engine.
Google have announced that your company logo may now feature in Google Search Listings, provided your website is updated with some code. Google are now reading some code which can be written into your website which allows your preferred company logo to feature in their search listings. “This example indicates to Google that this image …read more →
Mobile Friendly websites are built to look and work efficiently on a mobile phone. Websites designed for desktop PC’s and laptops are not ideal. So why bother with it? There are more mobile phones in the UK than people… 28% of internet usage is from a mobile phone… The number of smartphone searchers doubles every …read more →
Mobile friendly means more than just getting the website screen size right. Here are 10 useful tips to help you out.
Who would have thought that the rumors about Google launching an operating system would actually be true, well it is up to a point. The Announcement from Google says: “Today, we’re announcing a new project that’s a natural extension of Google Chrome — the Google Chrome Operating System. It’s our attempt to re-think what operating …read more →