Monthly Archives: July 2014

Google+, Authorship and SERP Personalisation: The Current State of Play

Late last month, Google’s John Mueller announced that they planned to alter how Authorship was displayed in the SERPs.  His original post can be seen below. There has been a lot of back and forth, conjecture and even arguments regarding this change, about the reasons behind it (like many monopolies, Google doesn’t always tell its […]

Google “Pigeon” Update Strengthens Local Search Abilities

The Update News broke on July 25th that Google was rolling out a fairly hefty new update to their US-English results. Those that broke the news, Search Engine Land, have unofficially named it Pigeon. It’s quite a fitting name as the update concerns itself with local search and pigeons have homing tendencies. All very fitting. […]

Infographic: The Social World Cup

This summer has seen what has been coined as the first truly social World Cup ever. Brands, players and nations have all got on board of the social media train to make as big an impact on the world stage, both on and off the pitch. To put this into perspective the top 5 most […]