Google’s new Offline Conversion API

Happy 2013! It may look like we’ve been loyal to the Mayan calendar, but we’ve just been busy internally over the holidays and didn’t blog. Google has also...

Time to look at your Google Calendars (Again)

October is a trade off between birthdays (New-years babies unite!), feasting, and parties, vs. bearing witness to the lament caused by waking up in the dark, low energy, and...

Red-Handed Face-Palm

Facebook is making headlines again, but not the kind that Mark Zuckerberg would like.Earlier this week ‘Limited Run’, an e-commerce developer that used Facebook...

Webcology Year In Review

For those interested in what some of the top minds of SEO, SEM, Mobile Marketing and Social Media have to say about 2011 and maybe more importantly – what they see coming...

Do iframes count for SEO?

Great question! I swear I’ve seen iframes crawled before but even if I haven’t seen iframe data in search indexes, it’s not something that we should just...

Secure search service stirs SEOs slightly

Every once in a while there’s an announcement that makes a huge kerfuffle online only to be yesterdays news the next week. Yesterday’s news is that Google made...

Google Analytics Features SEO Reports

Google has just announced a new service feature to use in you Google Analytics. The popular analytics utility now offers a set of reports called "Search Engine Optimization."...

Early October SEO Shakeups at Google

New panda updates that target tag clouds and forum links? New paid adwords seems to be diminishing the quality of the free service? Landing page quality score improvements...

Google shares more details with Transparency Report

Yesterday on the Official Google Blog, Matt Braithwaite posted an article about transparency reports, including some very frank details about Google’s dealings with...
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