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- Structured Data Gets a Face Lift
New Schema.org Vocabularies and Terms Introduced Schema.org, essentially the Dewey Decimal-style organization governing how the Internet categorizes and distributes both digital and real-world information, has been hard at work expanding its full hierarchy of structured data types. Since Schema.org, comprised of Internet experts from Google, Bing, and Yahoo, started back in June 2011, many industries […]
- Are App Installs Google’s Next Mobilegeddon Move?
Google Rolls Out App Install Button in Search Results Amidst the ado, hubbub, and general hullabaloo concerning Mobilegeddon, Mopocalypse, or whatever you want to call it, Google quietly rolled out a smaller, separate mobile update a week prior to April 21st. Well, “smaller” in terms of scope, but perhaps not in terms of importance. Google’s […]
- Is Search Getting Too Personal?
In the days of yore, SEO was a very different creature compared to what it is today—part panda, part penguin, part hummingbird, and let’s face it, part human. With each evolutionary development, search marketers find themselves scrambling to keep up. Keeping up with these changes can sometimes feel like walking into a crime scene. You […]
- Build Brand Awareness with Social Media
When in doubt, socialize! Building an engaged social media audience is a great way to grow your brand’s online presence. We recently partnered with a beverage industry retailer to grow their online presence with a Display media campaign on Facebook. Check out our latest case study about the partnership, detailing how we… – Grew 100,000+ Facebook page Likes […]
- Introducing Google Mom – The Only Knowledge Graph You’ll Ever Need
Today, Google introduced what may be the ultimate implementation of the Knowledge Graph – Google Mom. Using its inherent understanding of our preferences, history and unrecognized talents, Google Mom produces Now cards and search results tailored specifically to us, the users, each unique in our own special ways. “We’ve traditionally sought to understand people based […]