How to Prep Your SEO for Google

Three simple steps to ensure the new Google algorithm doesn’t throw a wrench in your company’s search engine results. According to a statement released by Webimax, the new upcoming change in Google’s algorithm is expected to be the most substantial one in the history of Google search. More Information For more information go to: http://www.portfolio.com/resources/2012/03/19/steps-to-maximize-seo-with-new-google-algorithm

Why the QR code is failing

They have become the standard violator appearing on advertising; in the corner of print ads, across billboards, on buses, or in pieces of direct mail. You’ve seen them; that little block of even littler squares. Unfortunately the technology behind QR codes was not invented for advertising and marketing; we are just co-opting its usage, and […]

Want to put all your efforts in Social Media? Think again…

A company’s website – not Social Media – is critical to online sales. In fact, company websites are the No. 1 source of online sales and seven times more effective than social media at customer acquisition, according to an article on ZDnet based on a joint study by marketing technology company Demandbase and online business […]

ISPs Caught Hijacking & Redirecting Search Results

Careful who you’re hiring to handle your Internet service: The New Scientist reports that several ISPs are allegedly hijacking searches conducted on search engines and redirecting in order to make a quick profit. A searcher would search for a keyword such as [apple] and the ISP may take that user through a redirect via an […]

5 Free Tools for Recording Google+ Hangouts

Google+ Hangouts are proving one of the most popular features of the new social networking service, but there’s no built-in option to record them. Until Google adds such functionality, we’ve found five workarounds to help you record your next Hangout – free. More Information For more information go to: http://searchengineland.com/seo-copywriting-tips-optimizing-for-multiple-keywords-on-one-page-89379

Google search blocks 11 million websites to fight malware

Google has blocked all .co.cc websites from its search results because the domain has been found to be too “spammy.” The .cc top-level domain, which belongs to the Cocos (Keeling) Islands, and regular .cc websites are unaffected by Google’s changes, according to The Register. More Information For more information go to: http://www.techspot.com/news/44622-google-search-blocks-11-million-cocc-websites-to-fight-malware.html