Google are dipping their toes into the social media pool again with Google Bulletin. Bulletin is a local network designed to share local news, locally.
In a crowded market, it’s sometimes difficult to get trust online unless you have certain indicators on your website. Find out what they are here.
Marketing has long been the poor relation in comparison to Sales. But recently things have evened out a little, but is data science now vying for the crown?
Google has announced that site speed is officially a mobile ranking factor. Since splitting the index a mobile focus is needed to get your sites ranked.
Google My Business is an important part of your online presence. Having a fully optimized profile can be a great way of helping customers find out the information they need for your business. To further enhance this Google have now given users the opportunity to send direct messages to business owners through the Google My Business platform. So, if someone isn’t sure what time you close on Sunday, they can send you a direct message to ask.
New year, new Google Analytics. Google has recently given their old web analytics tool a fresh lick of paint that aims to give marketers more tools to understand their web traffic. We saw the AdWords late last year that AI and machine learning were being given a bigger role, and the same is also true of Google Analytics. So let’s see what’s new for 2018.
Social media is often seen as a necessary evil by a lot of businesses. While some types of company flourish on social, others just do it to make sure they’re ticking the box. But in 2018 the signs are that this ‘lip service’ approach is going to have to change. Because in 2018 social is moving front and center.
If you want to create an Instagram account for your business you need to read our tips on Instagram optimization. Find out how to become a meme lord now.
As Google continues to improve the information that is available on the search engine results page you will notice more and more integrated content coming above the top results on the SERP. One example is the “People Also Ask” section, where Google will provide selected questions and answers that the user can read without needing to leave Google. One part of this is Google’s “How-to” section. Find out how to make it more likely your content shows up in the How-to section.
In the last few weeks net neutrality has been in the news again. So we decided to revisit the topic and see what it means for small businesses. Before we get started, we acknowledge that this is a highly politicized topic. You may not agree with our opinion and that’s ok.