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Month: July 2012

Our top 5 Olympic Athletes to Follow on Twitter

The Olympics kicks off this week and we’ve got a special tribute to some of the Olympic athletes that will be lighting up the world. We tell you some of our favourite present Olympians and why they should be followed on Twitter Usain Bolt  (@usainbolt) Star sprinter back in 2008...

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As the gloomy weather continues and the summer looks less likely to appear, the Innermedia team are keen to cheer you up. How are we doing that? We are offering the chance to win FREE hosting for the next 6 months, taking you well into the New Year with a...

Digg Sold for $500,000

This week, what remained of the former social news giant, Digg was sold off to the New York tech company Betaworks for $500,000. This was after The Washington Post paid $12 million for the Digg team and LinkedIn has purchased 15 of the patents Digg held for around $4 million....

June sees Google and Bing Reach all time search market share high

The latest comScore search market share numbers for June reveal that both Google and Bing have had their best month as Yahoo’s share of the market continues to decrease. comScore’s figures, which only represent desktop searches and not mobile searches, are due to be published later today and what is...
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Google Plans to Make Chrome’s Non-Secure Site Warnings More Obvious
Google has recently announced future plans regarding how Chrome, their web browser, will label HTTPS and HTTP sites… Starting in September, Chrome version 69 will remove the green “Secure” text and only display a black lock icon in the address bar. Later, Google plans to remove the lock icon altogether,...
How to Optimise Content for the Google Featured Snippet Box
The Google Featured Snippet Box, which allows increased brand exposure, has significantly altered the way in which SERPs are being presented. Despite the fact that many SEO experts were initially quite concerned that Featured Snippets would reduce the click-through-rate, they have fortunately had the opposite effect. The question is; what do...
Google’s Speed Update Makes Speed a Ranking Factor on Mobile
Google’s latest algorithm will focus on mobile search results, giving priority to faster ranking pages and moving the slowest pages down. The speed update will only affect a small proportion of web pages – the ones that deliver the slowest experience to users. However, search intent is still a priority...