- Facebook #hashtags–Just a waste of space?
- SEO – The shifting sands of optimisation
- Finding the UnGoogleable in Mobile Search
- Amazon continues testing for the perfect Shopping Cart!
- Duplicate Content Won’t Hurt You, Unless It’s Really Spammy
- Pinterest Beats Facebook & Twitter on Ecommerce Content Sharing [Study]
- As Mobile becomes more important so too does the Responsive Experience!
- 7 issues contributing to cart abandonment!
- Ecommerce conversion dependent on more than just the title!
- Pinterest Analytics paves way for more business marketing facilities
Monthly Archives: December 2010
Can Reading Level Search affect SEO?
On 14 December, on Google for Students blog, Google announced a new feature Reading Level search.
Found under Advanced Search it enables returned search results to be filtered by reading level of the page content.
Google Chrome – the operating system of the future?
Due to the widespread coverage of the Wikileaks fiasco you might not have noticed the launch by Google of its Chrome OS.
It was broadcast live on YouTube lasting 2+ hours during which new features for the browser and background to Chrome OS were outlined.
Yellow Pages Local Advertising – Is it worth it?
Just received, this morning, new edition of our local Yellow Pages covering the Edinburgh postcode area which includes Central Borders and Livingston areas.
If you have received your own you will have noticed that it is advertised on the front cover as New look, New content, New handy size.
It is indeed a new size and if handy means smaller, it is about a third smaller in page size, then yes ‘new handy size’.
Not sure about the new look as it looks very much like the old one although a new Local pages section has been added at the beginning but that looks about it!
As far as new content is concerned, checking a randomly opened Floor Cleaning & Treatment category there were 4 display ads in old directory but only 3 in the new one (25% less).