Lots of tech and plenty of global search topics this week. A start of month update kicking things around, short wisdoms regarding ranking and indexing from Google, Google maps functionality, and security threats.
While Google’s speed update may have not totally dropped yet, evil unicorns may be chasing Google with webmasters hoping to discover them and turn them into a gold mine. You may want to be careful about what you write in emails because Google may be letting other people read them. URLs may be clickable in […]
This has been a volatile week for many webmasters with their sites going up and down with the Google-confirmed algorithm updates. PageRank also got important updates this week. Meanwhile, Google announces higher-than-expected profits and SEMRush raises $40 million to expand its program. Learn more about what happened this week in SEO by reading this roundup.
Welcome to the recap of top news stories in SEO and search for the week ending on August 11, 2017. Let’s jump right in with what happened.
My apologies for the gap between our last update and this one. It’s been a very busy few days here at Beanstalk. You won’t hear me complain about it obviously but it’s good to be able to take some time to write our blog post and due to the gap we’re going to cover a […]
Today’s top SEO and search news update is written from a condo in beautiful Whistler, BC. Yesterday’s post was eaten by a day on the mountain that looked like: You’ll have to excuse that I couldn’t quite drag myself away from it and had to focus on client work upon my return to my desk. The […]
After taking the 21st off from blogging due to a birthday getting in the way and then forgetting to hit “Publish” last night I decided to simply add today’s news in and cover the past 72 hours in search and SEO news so let’s get started … Malie Ohye Leaving Google Malie Ohye, 12 year Google […]
Welcome to the daily update for February 6, 2017. Here’s what’s gone on in the world of SEO and search over the weekend … Google Let’s You Link Directly To Non-AMP URL Addressing the pet peeve of many Google and allowing those who want to share links to AMP pages to do so to the […]
I was going to title this post with something a bit more ‘Apple’ but the real problem with malware is popularity. Recently Apple had to fight off a rather annoying malware attack from an application called Mac Defender that masqueraded as a useful utility for Apple’s OSX. Users duped into installing the fake application were […]