Search engine giant Google launched "person finder" service on Saturday to help track missing people as earthquake of magnitude of 7.9 hit Nepal and India earlier in the day.
Let's talk abou structured mark-up and rich snippets, as well as its relevance among Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs). The post SEO 101: Make Your Site Stand Out in SERPs With Rich Snippet Mark-Up by @vertical_coop appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Search engine optimization is part of search engine marketing, aiming to direct visitors from the search engine to your website. There, search engine optimization (SEO for short) focuses on so-called organic rankings. Part 4 of our online marketing series will talk about what SEO means, and we will introduce you to some ways to affect those rankings. Show More Summary
GIFs are the language of the web, but some people are better at speaking it than others. If you’ve got a friend who always amazes you with her ability to find the perfect reaction GIFs, you need to find better tools. Today, Cool Websites and Apps points out five websites for finding, and creating, GIFs – all of which we’ve yet to mention as a site. Show More Summary
“I get the ‘moment’ you’re having,” Ex Machina‘s wonderfully patronizing search engine potentate Nathan Bateman tells his starstruck employee and guest, Caleb Smith, when they first meet in Bateman’s secret Alaskan lair, a modernist palace hidden in a vast, pristine forest. “But can we just get past that? Can’t we just be two guys, Nathan […]
FROM MAURICE STUCKE AND ARIEL EZRACHI: When Competition Fails to Optimise Quality: A Look at Search Engines.
Kathleen Garvin of SEMrush shares solutions to common HTML and WordPress issues online editors face regularly. The post 5 HTML & WordPress Hacks for Non-Coders by @KGarvSEO appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
(Scott Johnson) The first two installments of Ammo Grrrll’s six-part travelogue can be accessed along with her previous columns by inputting “Grrrll” into our search engine. This morning Ammo Grrrll returns with VISITING MY PEOPLE Part 3: Weather ‘Tis Nobler…: It could have been infinitely worse, of course. Show More Summary
Is there anything that Google can't do? Sure, the search engine is our go-to place for finding sites and articles, but over time we've discovered that it is good for so much more than we ever expected. From offering up the weather forecast...Show More Summary
This is a guest contribution from Nick Rojas. The world of web promotion and search engine optimization has never been a consistent one. Constantly changing Google results algorithms compete with tricky marketers in what is essentially an arms race, with each side trying to gain a lasting advantage against the other. However, though the tools [...]Show More Summary
Search engine behemoth reports weaker-than-expected earnings in first quarter.
Links are hugely important for the web. In a macro, 30,000-foot way, links are the currency that help search engines evaluate the essence and quality of content. They help search engines determine the authority behind a web page. On a micro level, though, from the reader’s perspective, links also serve as one more of these Read More... Show More Summary
You can call Google the jack of all trades — search engine, browser, mobile platform, maps, wallet, email client, cloud services and Internet service provider, to name a few, and now you can add wireless service provider to its growing … Continue reading ?
The move by the Russian search engine to penalize paid links may be a smart one, but will it have a ripple effect on other search engines such as Baidu and Naver?
Starting an online store is one of the easiest ways to do business these days. However, what is tricky is to drive rankings on the search engines, converting the visitors into actual sales and retaining them so that they keep coming back. Show More Summary
Google has long been cloaked in mystery, between its legendary Google X labs (home of the notorious driverless car project) and top-secret search algorithms. A position at Google is still a dream job for tech and engineering grads around the globe. In fact, the company has a reputation of almost mythic proportions for ingenuity, innovation,...
Search engine giant Google has unveiled Project Fi: a new wireless cell service that pays customers back for data they don't use.
Today’s post will outline why you should start with email marketing and how to make sure you’re getting the biggest impact from your emails. The post The Basics of Email Marketing by @tdevalk appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Search engine giant Google is expected to unveil a first-party wireless service that only charges customers for data they use.
Although a plethora of travel search engines try to dazzle you with options, planning your next trip could take far longer than you expect. Here are some common truths about search engines that are often overlooked. Nearly All Will “Time out” and Overlook Some Options The number of possible ways to get from point A to point B using modern [...]Show More Summary