While some of you may not be enjoying your April Fools jokes, we’re gonna go ahead and say that’s because the joke’s on you. Here are a few of our favorite pranksters: 1. Google Nose Ever heard of smell-o-vision? No? … Read more »
We have all come to love and adore Google’s Matt Cutts for his masterminded videos answering baffled site owners’ questions on search. While he has produced an insurmountable amount of videos on all subjects, and we love the hard work… Read more »
Not so fast Google, don’t forget about Bing! Google may have had first dibs on the whole Authorship idea, but Bing is making sure they don’t get left behind with their own form of Authorship. Bing’s Authorship appears in their… Read more »
What will Google think of next? They sure seem to have an answer for everything, and their most recent answer has been Google Authorship. Ring a bell? You may have read an article online and wondered who wrote what… Read more »
It’s a new year and we’ve got a new downloadable resource! Paid search isn’t just for huge, national companies. As Google’s ad platform has improved over the years with specialized targeting, extensions, and remarketing, it’s become a crazy-useful tool for everyone… Read more »
As usual, we bring you the highlights of this week on the Web: The day has come: Pinterest is now sending more traffic to sites than Yahoo! In that context, Yahoo’s trademark exclamation point seems a little callous, but it’s… Read more »
All those years, all those teachers saying “you’re not always going to have a calculator to do the math for you.” Oh, really?
Google has been spouting out answers to math queries for years, but has now added an interface.
It’s officially summer! And. . .it’s already way too hot outside. With temperatures reaching the nineties and heat indexes of over one hundred here in Virginia Beach, it’s a good week to be glad we work in the Internet. CNN… Read more »
If you have a business, it’s more important than ever to be found on the search engine results pages (SERPs). Google’s search engine now handles more than 80 billion searches per month, and Google isn’t the only search engine in… Read more »
In case you missed it, here are a few highlights of what happened during this busy week on the Web. Jon Mitchell from ReadWriteWeb had a great insight as to why Facebook social reading apps don’t work. “Frictionless sharing is the… Read more »
The first week of April has come and gone, and if you’ve been as busy as we have, you might have missed what’s been going on around the Web. Although we’ve heard differing accounts on the engagement of fans with… Read more »
In case you missed it, one of Google’s most recent updates puts even more emphasis on local search. Called the Venice update, it was quietly released among dozens of other changes. Google now applies the user’s location data to organic… Read more »
Is it just us, or is this month flying by? It seems like just last week that Facebook announced their release of Timeline pages for brands, and yet, the Facebook-wide roll-out is already next Friday (which is oddly enough the… Read more »
It seems like February’s extra day this year made a big difference in just how big of a week this was on the Web. The morning of February 29th heralded Facebook’s news that it would be rolling out the new… Read more »
Google made a number of changes in the past week or two that are causing quite a stir. Some were directly related to others and some were not. Here is a quick recap of the major tweaks for those still… Read more »