Now, more than ever, real-time marketing takes the lead. On 21st August, Google officially announced on Twitter, and Google blog, that the engine will be including Twitter feeds in Google desktop search results. During May, Google already started showing Tweets in mobile search results. However, now the big news is that Tweets will increasingly begin to show
In early March, Google announced the roll out of one of the most important algorithm updates since Penguin. The user has always been at the centre of Google updates, and through this most recent update, Google aims to better the user experience for the search engine’s mobile browsers. Google will give a boost to mobile-friendly
Google processed around 10 000 search queries every day when it launched back in ’98. Quaint, right? By 2012 this number had increased to 100 billion – that’s 38 000 queries per second and a total of 1.2 trillion for the year. With no sign of slowing, staggering figures like these illustrate the unparalleled speed at which search
Evolution of Google by MediaVision is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. As we celebrate our 10th birthday and a decade of success as a digital agency, we‘re looking back at how Google evolved from a garage start-up to one of the most powerful enterprises in the industry today. The Google Evolution
Although Google’s new search algorithm was implemented last month, the company only officially announced it last week at a conference celebrating their 15th anniversary. The new algorithm, dubbed “Hummingbird”, affects around 90% of search results, and is designed to deal with longer and more complex search queries. Hummingbird is also better suited to respond to
The day we have been dreading has arrived. `It was inevitable’ many would say, but now that it’s done, we need to work out “where do we go from here?” Google announced earlier this week that they have ‘secured’ all searches leading to organic search query referrer data to go Considering that 70% of search
Check out this weeks’ (22 – 26 July, 2013) round-up of informative and valuable resources we’ve found on Search, Social & integrated digital marketing. What have you been reading? Please let us know of the great pieces you have found this week in the comments. Related posts: No related posts.
Check out this weeks’ (08 – 12 July, 2013) round-up of informative and valuable resources we’ve found on Search, Social & integrated digital marketing. What have you been reading? Please let us know of the great pieces you have found this week in the comments. Related posts: No related posts.