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It’s been a funny old week (and a bit more… ) in the online industry. We’ve had huge budget product launches from Microsoft; frankly weird search tool updates in the form of Google Squared. Some sort of attempt to cater to the vocal “I like my 10 blue links in a spreadsheet” community, and by (read more)
Google Base is a free service from Google that allows you to submit content, most notably product feeds. If Google finds the content that you have submitted relevant, it may appear on some of their other service offerings such as their Shopping search engine or Google Maps. Google Base is an excellent way to advertise (read more)
If you are a small to medium sized charity, seeking to use your website to facilitate donations; chances are you probably don’t have a large budget to spare on marketing, or numerous and specialised staff for that matter. You probably have a fairly small team, including hard-working volunteers, wearing many hats! You may not have (read more)
Google has the search market share nailed. Pretty much globally. Search insiders, bloggers, analysts and experts tend to be in agreement that incremental improvements to search relevancy can only take the competition so far (or actually not very far at all). Consensus is that any serious threat to Google dominance will come from the search (read more)