Google announced the introduction of a new +1 feature that has functionality similar to Facebook’s popular Like button and is now available to the public albeit on an opt-in basis. The button had been rumored since December and its formal … Continued
A recent study by Performix shed new light on the way consumers interact with mobile search on their smartphones. Many people would expect most mobile searches to take place away from the home, but study findings showed the opposite was … Continued
Yesterday the web was buzzing over a screenshot showing a second search box in Facebook’s top navigation.
Web design and development is a constantly growing industry with ongoing innovation, evolution, and customization and this progression is evident in HTML5.
Eventbrite recently released data from a six month study of ticket sales showing the average value of a Facebook Like vs an individual tweet and interesting data about users who share pre-purchase vs post purchase for an event.
This week has seen a flurry of legal rulings and FTC settlements that highlight a variety of important online issues: Federal Court Rules Marketing Company is Financially Responsible for the Sale of Counterfeit Products A federal judge in South Carolina … Continued
Here are questions we received for our monthly marketing Q&A session. This month we received a lot of questions about online marketing, SEO and other relevant topics. If you have any questions you would like for us to answer, leave them in the comments below or email us a question.
Today Google announced a new site blocking feature that allows signed in users to block sites from appearing in their search results. This is essentially the same functionality found in the Personal Blocklist extension only its now ported to Google as a whole, regardless of your browser.
In late December Fahrenheit launched version 2.0 of our site. The new design took our old cluttered look and improved on it by focusing on core services and making it easier to navigate. Fast forward two and a half months and the current version of our site is completely different as a result of UX testing.
By now, you might have heard that CSS is a pretty big deal . Chances are your favorite site ditched tables in favor of Cascading Style Sheets years ago. In fact, without CSS, that website would be nothing but plain text, scattered images and ugly blue underlined links.
Since Google first announced and then implemented an algorithm change aimed at sites deemed to have low quality content, it’s become apparent that this is the most visible algorithm update in years. The goal of the update was to promote … Continued
I noticed something unsettling today after search for the phrase “dentist in San Antonio” Take a look at the following picture and you’ll see what I mean. The top result for this term is a “phone service company.” I decided … Continued
There’s a brand new saying in the SEO community and if it hasn’t been taken, Fahrenheit would like to trademark the following phrase … “you got farmed.”
Google announced that it has rolled out a new algorithm change directed at low quality content.
Google penalized Overstock.com for link building techniques that involved granting discounts for college students in exchange for discounts on merchandise.
In a new Google Webmaster video, Mat Cutts explains that the 100 link per page rule is no longer a suggested practice and sites with more than 100 links are able to be indexed just fine. However he cationed that sites should still pay close attention to links appearing on their pages.
Q: What technology has been obsolete for years yet companies are still charging (up to $3000) to use? A: Search Engine Submissions If I had a nickel for every faux SEO technology and service used to take advantage of business … Continued
One of the most difficult things for any marketing agency that focuses on SEO and SEM can be selling these services and showing their value to older generations