Category: Search Engines

New YouTube Changes December 2012: A More Personalized Experience

December 11, 2012 |   ,

Back in July of this year, we highlighted a few YouTube Analytics changes. Like most Google products, though, YouTube is ever-evolving, so we’re back with… Read More

Bing’s ‘Disavow Links’ Tool Makes it Easier to Cut Ties

Even if you didn’t mean to build bad links, that doesn’t mean there aren’t any out there affecting your site. For example, you may have… Read More

Don’t Stop Believin’ (That Google Places Has Potential)

Dear Google Places, This isn’t working out. You’re unpredictable, inflexible, and sneaky, but lately, I find myself spending more time with you than ever. I… Read More

Google Now In Legitimate Trouble over Trademarks

Recently I was able to get my hands on the Rosetta Stone LTD v. Google, Incorporated ruling from the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals. … Read More

Google Places Best Ever Ratings: Do They Matter?

February 2, 2012 |   , ,

Have you heard of the “Best Ever” medal for businesses on Google Places? Surely you must have, since it was introduced almost 8 months ago.… Read More

New Hampshire Republican Primary: A Look at Candidate AdWords Campaigns

January 4, 2012 |   , ,

With all the news coverage of the Iowa primary yesterday, I thought I’d pull up and share some very quick information about how Republican candidates… Read More

Google’s +1 for AdWords Ads Misses the Point

June 23, 2011 |   , ,

We’ve had clients asking us about our thoughts regarding Google’s recent roll-out of its +1 button, so I thought I’d share my thoughts here.  This… Read More

Interview with Cars.com on Dealer Ratings: Part 2

On Wednesday, we posted the first half of an interview with Nick Hummer of Cars.com about how their new dealer ratings & review system is… Read More

A Chink in Google’s Safe Search Armor + Happy St. Patty’s!

I wanted to throw up a quick “Happy St. Patty’s” here on our digital marketing blog and thought it might be fun to see who’s… Read More

How Should You Respond to Criticism?

A key part of any online reputation management plan is how to respond to negative – or even incorrect information floating around on the internet,… Read More

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