Well, January has flown by, what a start to 2013. We’ve picked up a couple more clients including Ashby Crane and co who specialise in Jewellery repairs in Exeter . They offer a truly world class service and we’re delighted to be helping them grow their online presence.
In other news, we’re moving (again), which is a shame because we love The Barton in Dunchideock but we feel our business will be better to suited to the environment which the Innovation Centre at Exeter University offers. We’re really looking forward to working from such a prestigious location. We’ll keep you updated on the move.
We’re very hopefully that 2013 will see the development of a least one app for both iPhone and Android, these apps will be aimed at making you life easier. We’re hoping they’ll be free to download but a final decision has yet to be made, again we’ll keep you posted.
2012 saw another big change to Googles algorithm and with spring just around the corner I’m sure they’ll be another interesting change by Google – the Good news is, if you are already a client of our you shouldn’t any massive changes to your rankings as we solely focus on white hat techniques.
Right, that’s all from the home of Exeter’s number one SEO Company.
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During December, in the USA, Bing overtook Yahoo to become the number two search engine. The figures for January 2012 are now through and it is not looking any better for the Search Engine.
- Google increased to 66.2 percent (up 0.3 percent).
- Bing increased to 15.2 percent (up 0.1 percent).
- Yahoo fell to 14.1 percent (down 0.4 percent).
The market share of Google is now at this highest since December 2010.
Organically, Google was responsible for nearly 69 percent of all organic search results, while Bing was responsible for approximately 26.5 percent of searches, which was unchanged from the figures December.
In Europe, Google notoriously always has had a larger marketshare over all the other search engines, when compared to the USA, which is why so many SEO companies in Exeter and beyond focus on Google, however Skyline Marketing always optimises customers across all search engines, as even an increase of 10percent of traffic, albeit from Bing or Yahoo can be just as valuable as from Google.
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There has been much talk recently of Google’s personalised search results. A recent survey by “Ask Your Target Market” were asked about whether they want their Google search results to be personalised by previous searches and data from social networking sites. The results were quite clear – Only 15 percent of respondents said they would. 46 percent said no and 39 percent said they would be people had concerns about privacy.
More interestingly, Google+ did not come off very well either. Only 19 percent of respondents used Google+, 20 percent had registered but didn’t really use it and the rest either did not use it at all or had never heard of it.
Google’s main battle seems to be to try and beat Facebook at its own game – by incorporating their own social data from Google+ in search results.
Google’s initial strategy seems to be to scare businesses into registering and setting up pages, before they incorporate the social data across all countries.
We took a look at some of the most famous brands which and there was precious little content on Google+. Google is just too late to the game and should accept that Twitter and Facebook are the social leaders and Google can stick to what it does best by being the number one search engine.
Cadbury’s did a product launch only on Google+. How did everyone find out about the new product? Twitter.
We want to know if you agree with the poll results and should SEO Companies in Exeter be looking to create a greater buzz around Google+?
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The biggest change of late has come in the shape of Google+ merging into search results, giving Google a monopoly of integrating Social Media into search results.
The SEO is dead express train is due shortly from the usual SEO suspects, so we ask the question if this is the beginning of the end of SEO?
Of course not. You only have to look at behind the scenes of many websites to know that SEO will always have its place and Matt Cutts of Google has always said he welcomes good quality SEO.
Our advice? By offering excellent customer service and a high quality product, your customers will recommend you, ask them to! Get your company reviewed with Google and if Google+ does grow and your customers talk about your company, then any future changes to Google will only benefit you.
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Last night, millions of users of Microsofts cloud technology were left without service after a major failure.
The main failures affected Hotmail, Office 365 and Skydrive. The problem appeared to be related to the internet’s DNS address system.
The argument over the reliability of cloud computing versus local storage is now being called into question again.