Tag Archives: Google

No. 2 – SEO Advent Tip

Posted on 02. Dec, 2011 by .

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Day 2 of the bigmouthmedia SEO Advent Calendar. You can read day 1 here. Utilising Site Search Data in Google Analytics It goes without saying your analytics package has a wealth of data you can use to sculpt your SEO decisions however many fail to think about using the site search data on Google Analytics. [...]

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No. 1 – SEO Advent Tip

Posted on 01. Dec, 2011 by .

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Welcome to the bigmouthmedia SEO Advent Calendar. Where you might not get a piece of chocolate but you’ll still get a bite sized treat. Job Posting Mark-Up: It’s a good job we’ve got Schema You might have seen all the increased chatter about the schema.org markup and the impact it’s having on the appearance of [...]

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Blogging for Google Fresh …

Posted on 30. Nov, 2011 by .

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Forget Panda. Google’s latest algo overhaul – Google Fresh – means that well written, well-timed and regularly updated blogs and news services are more valuable than ever before. If you’re not blogging already, read on for 4 ways to get fresh with blogging and more about Caffeine, Fresh and how search is shifting.

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Matthew Effect: The Motivations of Google+

Posted on 23. Nov, 2011 by .

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How the “Matthew Effect” and the move to attribute influence to authors i.e. people, is the motivation behind Google+, and why Facebook is only a commercial rival to Google+. Introduction Since its conception Google+ has been compared to Facebook and thus seen as a rival in social networking. I don’t believe Google+ is a rival [...]

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Google+ … What’s all the fuss?

Posted on 17. Nov, 2011 by .

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Google+ has stormed the social sphere, racking-up millions of users in a few short months. But what’s the fuss with Google+? How is it growing? And how is it set to evolve? Read on for my take on Google’s fledgling social network. Google+ : The fuss, so far Google+ has definitely grabbed it’s fair share [...]

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10 Great Examples of Creative Google+ Brand Pages

Posted on 17. Nov, 2011 by .

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It was less than 2 weeks ago since Google finally released Google+ pages for brands and businesses. Just like a Facebook fan page, brands can now engage with users on yet another platform, with photos, posts and even video calls using the Hangout feature. For many, the debut is quite limited though – for example you [...]

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Search engine support for IDNs still problematic

Posted on 16. Nov, 2011 by .

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Internationalised Domain Names (IDNs) went live last year, finally allowing site owners in countries which don’t use the Latin alphabet (for example, Arabic or Cyrillic) to create websites without Latin characters in their URLs. Last year we twice reviewed how search engines were coping with the introduction of Internationalised Domain Names – unfortunately, the answer [...]

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What’s next… in Social 2011

Posted on 15. Nov, 2011 by .

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On the 10th November we held our third annual Social Summit. Dubbed What’s next… in Social,  we exclusively revealed the results of the State of Social Media Survey, completed by over 1000 UK brands and agencies. The survey, which was produced by Econcultancy in partnership with LBi and bigmouthmedia, provides an insight into the rapidly maturing social media industry. Some [...]

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Please share my sales page

Posted on 14. Nov, 2011 by .

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The launch of Google+ Pages for business last week and the many other social networks has meant content creation and community engagement now play a vital role in any successful digital strategy. With the growing number of social networks also comes a greater choice of social sharing buttons for businesses to add to their websites [...]

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Google+ Pages for business are here

Posted on 11. Nov, 2011 by .

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Google+ has fast become a prominent feature of the social landscape. Who will ever forget the fierce summer rush for invites to the closed beta? Some desperate social media enthusiasts even paid up to $75 for an invite from eBay. More and more invites were sent out and, when the platform finally made registration available [...]

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