After Google’s announcement of possibly pulling the search engine giant from China on the 12th of Jan following sophisticated attempted hacks, copycat sites have emerged in China. Introducing Goojje – Google’s ‘little sister’.
Search engine optimisation is a way of getting your site to rank highly on search engines by choosing words and phrases that best relate to your website. As users search these terms it is a sure fire way to display your website at the top. By making changes to your meta tags and HTML, the quality of searches can be improved greatly. Its widely known that the top search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Ask Jeeves like to keep their search algorithms and strategies a secret to stop spam sites from clogging up their searches and still claim credit for the highest search results.
Most people who want to find something online go straight to Google. When searching for something online, if you can’t find what you want in the first few pages of Google, how many of you go elsewhere. Probably not many, but that’s not to say that if Google can’t give you what you want another search engine can’t either. Would you be able to tell you weren’t using Google? Continue reading
Do you remember the early days of the internet? Search engines were very different in both the way they looked and the way they worked, although some of their ideas have moulded the way major search engines have developed over the last decade. Continue reading
Google has unveiled a brand new service – a new service to Google own productbase, that is, not to us lot. URL shortening. While services such as tiny.cc, ow.ly, and tinyurl.com are perfect for the job at hand, goo.gl is Google’s latest efforts to grab a portion of the 2.1 billion clicks that went through the bit.ly service in November this year. Continue reading
The new SEO Insider revamped website is proving to be a great success. Our SEO quotation system is getting at least 5 enquiries a day and our “ask an expert” panel is very busy. The success of the revised SEO Insider site has prompted the owners of Tiercom (www.tiercom.co.uk) to start revising other sites including:
Top Local Listings (www.toplocallistings.co.uk) – A popular localised business directory
Web Listings (www.weblistings.co.uk) – A small but highly rated business directory
Business Directory UK – (www.businessdirectory-uk.com) – A popular UK business directory
Gay Arrangement – (www.gayarrangement.com) – The first gay sugardaddy dating website
Google has recently revealed that at the beginning of next year they may be launching a new algorithm that will see the load time of a website become a ranking factor. Meaning a controversial move that would see pride of place being given to websites hosted on faster servers. Continue reading
Bing recently introduced a great new feature for search and is currently in Beta. Bing’s visual search will not replace the text search feature but offers a great new way of search the internet. You are able to choose whether to use it or not from the home page or from the results page. But how can this be used to get the results you want? Continue reading
Google continue to grow and establish their online dominance with the announcement of a partnership with Sony which will see Google chrome installed on select Sony laptops over the coming months, putting Google further in direct competition with their leading rival Microsoft who’s Internet Explorer now comes pre installed as standard on many computers. Continue reading