A nifty little viral site for the new Transformers game coming out soon uses Google Street View. You type in your postcode and you can see two tranformers fight it out on your street! Yeh! Check out the site here: http://www.transformersonyourstreet.com
I posted on WMW earlier about this so I thought it was worth reposting here. Just a quick overview of recovering a Panda hit site.
Ah, all those years of a free ride on the GoogleBus finally coming to an end are they? The big G finally stuck it to the SEO world last year with the rollout of the much talked about Panda update – a move which has resulted in much discussion in the industry. And by discussion, [...]
Google are reporting today an update to their freshness algo – the part of the ranking algorithm that handles new content insertion into SERPs. This will affect a whopping 35% of search queries – Google’s Panda update only impacted 12%. This is big!
Nifty little tool from Google to test a page’s Rich Snippet markup; http://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/richsnippets Worth having a play around with and good to test out differnet options. Remember, Bing likes rich snippets too!
Matt just tweeted about Google’s fresh, new web spam report form – apparently its first update in 10 years! Yes people, it’s a big news day!
I bet when James Cameron visualised the future in the first Terminator film, he didn’t quite expect that SkyNET would in fact be a fluffy giant that wants to be everyone’s friend called Google.
Most of you probably already know this, but for those who haven’t had a chance to catch up with your blog and forum reading today, Google update Panda has been rolled out to the rest of the world. The announcement on the Google Webmaster Blog is here.
Google has agreed a new advertising deal that will see animated video clips distributed throughout its AdSense network. The search engine giant’s latest digital marketing venture has been launched in conjunction with the creator of adult animated comedies, Family Guy and American Dad, Seth MacFarlane.
Not sure if this old news or not but interesting all the same if you haven’t read about it yet.Â Â The NYTimesÂ reported last monthÂ that 3 UK Internet providers (BT, Carphone Warehouse and Virginmedia) are teaming up to offer an advertising alternative to that offered by the big 3 search engines. The 3 companies have allowed [...]