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By Sam Langdon on December 26, 2009
The internet marketing landscape has already changed considerably in the relatively short space of time that the web has existed. As technology has progressed, effective search engine optimisation has shifted. It’s no longer about keywords and link exchanges. It’s become more about leveraging interaction through the web community and (this was always the case to […]
By Sam Langdon on December 16, 2009
Real Time Web 2009 has seen a lot of enhancements in Real Time search and news. A lot of this revolves around the increasing use of social networking. Google Realtime Search Google has recently made agreements with various partners involving involve real time search, including Facebook, Twitter & MySpace. Having direct access to this data […]
By Sam Langdon on November 25, 2009
via googleblog.blogspot.com Google have recently blogged about their new search ad formats on their official blog. This comes as more ‘competition’ to the organic listings and serves as a reminder about the need to include multimedia in your website to engage users and increase your chances of getting a call to action in Google’s results. […]
By Sam Langdon on November 21, 2009
A summary of Google Social Search, benefits for research and how we’re getting closer to being connected to one another via social networking sites.