Google have reintroduced Google Catalogues. The service was last seen in a slightly different form back in 2009 when it was withdrawn due to a lack of interest. Google Catalogues allows you to browse through catalogues from different companies offering different goods and was first reintroduced in the form of an app that was ideal [...]
Google is a word used often in my day to day conversations so I thought it would be good to give our other Search Engines buddies a shout out. So here is my top 3 non Google search engine list: 1. DuckDuckGo.com. This search engine was founded in 2006. It uses information from crowd-sourced websites (such [...]
In today’s blog Pip looks into exact match domains after Matt Cutts Tweet on Friday 28th September 2012.
Felicity and Maya from the Creare SEO department take a look at how to write a successful press release for journalists and not just for SEO.
Rob Francis looks at how optimising your website for Baidu can help you to take advantage of 444 million new business opportunities in the Chinese marketplace.
With the release of Apples iOS6 and the unfavourable response that Apple Maps has received I’ve been looking again at how useful Google Maps already is and the latest developments that have been introduced. Since introducing mapping technology back in 2005 Google have been able to integrate all of the information they’ve acquired into the [...]
We all know that being social and using social media can be hugely beneficial for our businesses but the big question is: HOW can you make your social campaigns inspirational enough to make sure you make a difference? In this blog post, I am going to talk about the aspects and methods we can use [...]
Nick and Kieran from the Creare SEO department take a look back at the Mobile SEO presentation from Brighton SEO.