You may or may not have heard of Google’s speed update for mobile devices that is slated to go live in July of this year. The last thing you want is to get left in the dust so if you’re not up to speed, this is for you. A Brief History of Google’s Speed Update for Mobile Since 2010, Google…Read on
Tag Archive: Mobile
Make Your App Stand Out with App Store Optimisation
As Google and other major search engines are turning their focus to mobile-friendly search, it only makes sense that mobile apps are gaining popularity with business and website owners. App Store Optimisation (ASO) is becoming an important marketing tool for business owners. Making your app stand out from your competitors can be challenging, but there are several things you can…Read on
New Google Search Console Warnings for Indexing & Ranking
Google Search Console Cheat Sheet
This article highlights some of the available features within the tool and how the information can be used. ** Note: This tool is constantly updated by Google; therefore information contained within this document is accurate from 20 July 2015. 1. Search Analytics Over the last couple of years keyword data started disappearing in Google Analytics for both SEO and AdWords.…Read on
It’s Almost April 21st! Are You Ready for Google’s Mobile Update?
We’ve had pretty good notice from Google about the shift in the mobile algorithm which is to occur on April 21st. This is touted to be a bigger update then seen with Penguin or Panda. Have you prepared? There are a number of ways you can check to see if pages (yes, this is on a page-by-page basis) on your…Read on
Is Google Adding UX To The Mobile Ranking Algorithm?
The rumour is out and it’s probably not too surprising. A number of sources are claiming that Google could be set to use mobile user experience as part its’ ranking algorithm. The notion of this isn’t new (we already know that site speed is a ranking factor for mobile) but the resurgance in discussion means it may not be too…Read on
You’ll receive an Organic traffic increase in August 2013
In the latter end of 2012 we saw organic search traffic take a rather large dive. When Apple released iOS6 a strange thing happened. Safari, the browser used, was re-routing Google search traffic through an encrypted version of Google. The result? Organic search traffic could not be attributed to search. Instead all of this traffic was being given to ‘direct’…Read on