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Month: April 2012

Google Penguin Update: How May It Affect Your Site?

As we all know by now Google are constantly striving to improve their search algorithm. The ‘Penguin Update’ or ‘Webspam Update’ as it has also been referred to, is the latest round of changes made by Google to its search results and has one goal: Targeting webspam and catching those...

Spotlight on Social: BranchOut

As far as social media and business networking go, LinkedIn have pretty much dominated the market for years, continuing to grow with no other network coming close to compete with it. That was until two years ago when an app called BranchOut was released exclusively for Facebook. LinkedIn is still...

Never late with Google

Exciting news came out of Google HQ today when they released their latest Maps feature, real –time tube updates. The perfect tool for the 2 million London commuters that use the Tube every day. Just under a year after they added London Transport directions to their nifty maps function, Google...

Testimonial on Google Places

Leaving a testimonial on Google Places is now a straightforward and easy process. The first thing you need is a Google account. To set up a Google account go here: https://accounts.google.com/NewAccount Once signed in you have access to a number of features, these include being able to leave a review...

The LinkedIn Scam

Innermedia have been made aware of a scam whereby criminal hackers use LinkedIn to hack into people’s personal data There is an email being sent out, that is titled “LinkedIn invitation from your co-worker”. Despite looking official with the company logo on the email, this email is in fact a...
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Local SEO – 5 Actionable Tips You Can Do Today
Did you know that according to Google 46% of searches made now have a local intent? What is Local SEO? Local SEO refers to the process of optimising your online presence for searches made in your local area or looking for results based on location. Here are 5 handy tips...
Google Is Removing Average Position
Last month Google announced they are getting rid of the Average Position metric. This ties directly into the November announcement of the Impression (Absolute Top) % and Impression (Top) % which describe what percent of your ads appear at the top of the page and the absolute top of the...
How to Increase Your Ecommerce Conversions
A lot of effort goes into building an ecommerce business. However, in many cases, digital marketers place their focus on increasing traffic to the website, rather than on encouraging conversions. This is a shame because it actually requires less investment and leads to quicker results. There are lots of things...