There was a new surprise announcement from the Google headquarters.
Larry Page announced yesterday that,
“We are creating a new company, called Alphabet (http://abc.xyz). I am really excited to be running Alphabet as CEO with help from my capable partner, Sergey, as President.”
He also added we are excited about…
• Getting more ambitious things done.
• Taking [more]
Recently everyone had their eyes wide open when they read that Google wants to hire a SEO Manager.
I think it is a very logical thing as Google also needs to be as per the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) norms. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is an international community where Member organizations, a full-time staff, and the public work together to develop Web [more]
Looking for a new job?
Google wants to hire a SEO Manager to improve its organic search presence.
Google published the vacancy on the Google careers Portal :
As a Program Manager for Technical SEO, you will work with cross-functional teams across Marketing, Sales, Product Development, [more]
Search queries express the search intent of the user on the search engines. Every search query is influenced by many aspects. It can be a question about:
• A new product or brand,
• It may be about a product they already know and use,
• Or it may be a product that they have seen on social media platforms and are curious to know more about,
• Or a brand which is [more]
It is 2015 and SEO is very much alive and in fact according to my opinion is gaining its true existence and importance like never before.
But, even today when website owners want to evaluate the success of an SEO campaign, they first check the rankings and many times only the rankings.
This has always been a myopic view of the SEO results and now with the current scenario its [more]
Including mobile friendliness as one of the ranking factors has surely made the SEOs and website owners busy . They are all working on making their sites responsive and gain the Mobile-Friendly badge for search results.
All this is ok but is it justified that all the posts on this topic are referring this update as Mobilegeddon. This is so misleading Google has not called it [more]