In 1851, Henry Jarvis Raymond and George Jones founded the New-York Daily Times. The paper sold for a penny. By 1857, the company changed its name to The New-York Times. It wasn't until 1896 that it dropped the hyphen. Finally, in 1969, The New York Times (NYSE: NYT) became a publicly traded com
Maurice Wysocki, an information technology worker, was looking to branch out on his own as a contractor last year, allowing him a more flexible schedule and sharply reduced hours some months of the year.
But then the Poughquag, New York, resident hopped on the federal health care exchange to
“Digital disruption is here,” Shar VanBoskirk of Forrester Research announced during the day two keynote at Covario’s INFLECTIONPoint 2013 conference. “Marketers must innovate to manage digital disruption.”
Of all the brilliant minds in Forrester, VanBoskirk seems to have the best handle on search marketing and what it means to SEO professionals. But she also....More>>>
Google is calling for help in identifying a long-running problem: scraper sites in its search results — and particularly scraper sites that are ranking higher than the original page. Matt Cutts, the head of Google’s spam fighting group, put out the call for help on Twitter this morning:
Scrapers getting you down? Tell us about blog scrapers you see: http://goo.gl/S2hIh We need....More>>>
The Google Webmaster Central team posted a known issue report with a bug in the reporting engine within Google Webmaster Tools. The indexed URLs report is currently showing 0 pages indexed for most sites who have submitted sitemaps to Google Webmaster Tools.
The notice reads:
The indexed URL counts for Sitemaps that you have submitted in Webmaster Tools may be showing zero (0) indexed....More>>>
Google has sent the world’s largest broadcast news organization, BBC News, an unnatural link notification last Saturday.
The Search Engine Roundtable reports Nick, a BBC News representative, posted in the Google Help Forums about the notification. Nick was seeking advice from Google or SEOs on how he may find those unnatural links so the BBC can remove them and submit a reconsideration....More>>>
Have you seen Bing Visual Search lately? Probably not.
Heck, nobody even noticed it was gone and the www.bing.com/visualsearch link was no longer working until a report from LiveSide.net this week pointed out that the feature – introduced as the search equivalent of walking into a store and visually browsing products – had quietly vanished.
Content marketing is a great SEO strategy – even better better than link building. Shifting your strategy from search marketing to content marketing is increasingly leading to higher search rankings and more organic traffic.
Some tests in May that looked at the impact of Google+ to organic search performance produced some interesting results. I analyzed two sets of clients I was working....More>>>
I keep hearing people talking about Apple finally going “thermonuclear” on Google with the forthcoming iOS 6 mobile operating system. No, it hasn’t. In fact, there are good reasons why it can’t, though Apple is certainly exercising a much more subtle and smart containment strategy.
Themonuclearly Renewing With Google
The thermonuclear reference comes from the....More>>>
Google’s Knowledge Graph has claimed its first “victim,” if you will: The content box that showed “People and Pages On Google+” is gone. In its place? A variety of Knowledge Graph-related content that will show up differently depending on the search query.
In making the changes to this prime real estate on a search results page, Google is lessening somewhat....More>>>
With March Madness in full swing, it's not just brackets that are being busted.
The average American may be spending more money than usual. According to WalletHub, the average bet on the NCAA Tournament is $20 to $50, and there is 20 percent and 24 percent increase in beer sales and chicken w