Category Archives: Investment

States Legalize Marijuana, But Google, Facebook, Twitter Just Say No to Pot Ads

Cannabis dispensaries want to be able to advertise their products using the same online channels as every other business and website. However, they’re finding few opportunities to do so as Google, Twitter, and Facebook aren’t budging.

Google, Facebook, and Twitter have all gone on record saying that they will not allow sponsored ads, posts or tweets that promote the purchase....More>>>

Facebook News Feed Algorithm Change Reduces Visibility of Page Updates

Facebook has announced some changes to how people see updates from individuals and pages in the news feed. This change will definitely hurt businesses running branded pages on Facebook that don’t want to pay for Facebook advertising for visibility.

Facebook is continually running tests on the news feed that users see when they log into Facebook in order to discover ways that encourages....More>>>

A New Look for Google AdWords Rolling Out Now

Google has been on a mission to streamline the look and feel of many of its products over the years. This week, Google announced AdWords would be the next beneficiary of a new design, offering “more screen real estate to the tools and reports you love.” 

The company added, “By updating AdWords to the look and feel that we use across Google, you’ll spend less....More>>>

Facebook News Feed Algorithm Change Reduces Visibility of Page Updates

Facebook has announced some changes to how people see updates from individuals and pages in the news feed. This change will definitely hurt businesses running branded pages on Facebook that don’t want to pay for Facebook advertising for visibility.

Facebook is continually running tests on the news feed that users see when they log into Facebook in order to discover ways that encourages....More>>>

Google’s Matt Cutts – We Don’t Use Twitter Or Facebook Social Signals To Rank Pages

Google’s head of search spam, Matt Cutts, released a video today answering the question, “are Facebook and Twitter signals part of the ranking algorithm?” The short answer was no.

Matt said that Google does not give any special treatment to Facebook or Twitter pages. They are in fact, currently, treated like any other page, according to Matt Cutts.

Matt then answered....More>>>

Google’s Matt Cutts – We Don’t Use Twitter Or Facebook Social Signals To Rank Pages

Google’s head of search spam, Matt Cutts, released a video today answering the question, “are Facebook and Twitter signals part of the ranking algorithm?” The short answer was no.

Matt said that Google does not give any special treatment to Facebook or Twitter pages. They are in fact, currently, treated like any other page, according to Matt Cutts.

Matt then answered....More>>>

Google’s Matt Cutts – We Don’t Use Twitter Or Facebook Social Signals To Rank Pages

Google’s head of search spam, Matt Cutts, released a video today answering the question, “are Facebook and Twitter signals part of the ranking algorithm?” The short answer was no.

Matt said that Google does not give any special treatment to Facebook or Twitter pages. They are in fact, currently, treated like any other page, according to Matt Cutts.

Matt then answered....More>>>

Google’s Matt Cutts – We Don’t Use Twitter Or Facebook Social Signals To Rank Pages

Google’s head of search spam, Matt Cutts, released a video today answering the question, “are Facebook and Twitter signals part of the ranking algorithm?” The short answer was no.

Matt said that Google does not give any special treatment to Facebook or Twitter pages. They are in fact, currently, treated like any other page, according to Matt Cutts.

Matt then answered....More>>>

Google Search Results Add Details About Notable Websites

Google has announced a change that lets searchers find a little bit more information about the source of a link in the search results before they actually click through to it. This new feature intended to help searchers decide if a site contains the type of information or credibility they are looking for before clicking through to the landing page.

For example, here’s what it looks....More>>>

Google Webmaster Tools Crawl Errors Reports Now Showing Errors On Final Redirect URL

Google’s John Mueller announced on the Google Webmaster blog this morning that the Google Webmaster Tools team has updated the crawl errors report to show errors on the final URL of the redirect, as opposed to the origin URL of the redirect.

What this means is that Google is now showing the errors on the final destination URL instead of the redirecting URL. This should make it easier....More>>>