Archive for the ‘Search engines’ Category

In this #TYBspotlight I natter to Jacob Hagemann (Founder) of Hoosh about the ways in which their services support business market research and competitive analysis, staying ahead of Google’s algorithm and what new products they have in store for 2014.

Facebook mobile has witnessed a huge growth in today’s market and the majority of the retailers are leveraging Facebook mobile all across the world.

Last Friday afternoon was spent by just shy of 300 digital marketing professionals and enthusiasts in the Morrison Hotel in Dublin at the Dublin SEO Summit.

This SEO checklist includes the most essential checks that one should make before publishing a website online and should be updated regularly. SEO is a constant battle and requires constant monitoring and updating and so this check list will help to focus on the most important aspects.

Google has now unveiled their newest offering, which they’re calling “Search, plus Your World”. This is basically the result of their Social Search experiment with some new features. The nuts and bolts of the idea is that by offering “social” search results as well as the regular results

Many new business owners choose to take the DIY approach to search engine optimisation. Although I would recommend hiring a professional this is understandable as after web development costs SEO is often an afterthought. If you are taking the DIY approach here are the main things you’ll need to look at.

Define a goal and related funnel or path through to your website to assess the user experience and improve conversion rates for your website goal.

It’s been a few weeks since Google announced the introduction of its Plus One (+1) button to search results and websites. Now that the hype has died down let’s assess if this will be a winner and finally allow Google to find its place within the media market . If Google +1 takes off are you ready to take advantage of it?

Start a business, get a domain name. Get a GOOD domain name, one that matches your brand. Too bad I didn’t follow that advice when first starting out with one of my current websites. If I had, I would have saved myself over $3,500

From May 25th 2011, a EU wide privacy directive will come into effect. If implemented in Ireland this law would then make the use of third party cookies on a website without the prior consent of the user, illegal…