Global Change: Google Remove Ads on Right Side of Desktop Search Results

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It’s probably the biggest change to Google Adwords in years. It has been confirmed that Google will be removing ads from the right side of its desktop search results and replacing them with additional ads on the top and bottom of the page. The change affects all queries in …

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Google´s Search is Already Huge and It’s Still Growing – Digital Marketing Roundup

Google’s search is already huge and it’s still growing

Google is constantly growing and evolving, and now the company has chosen to show us an example of this through their ‘How Search Works’ page; Google has announced that they already know of over 130 trillion pages in the web, and …

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Pokémon Go increases Nintendo’s stock price by 25% – Digital Marketing Roundup

Pokémon Go increases Nintendo’s stock price by 25% in under 7 days

Just three days after launching the Pokémon Go app, Nintendo saw a 25% increase in their stock prices. The augmented reality app encourages users to walk around their real-life neighbourhoods to discover virtual characters on their smartphone …

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5 Ways to Handle a Twitter Shutdown

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Ah, the great Twitter outage of January 2016 left our Social Media team in a sad state. With the site down on the web and mobile, our team had to spend the morning NOT browsing through their feeds and laughing at the latest @BadFatherHan joke and found other things …

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Nofollow Attribute Could Help With Crawl Budgets – Digital Marketing Roundup

Nofollow attribute could help with crawl budgets for large websites

Through a conversation between Google’s Gary Illyes and an SEO on Twitter, it turns out that using the “nofollow” attribute can help with crawl budget issues.

In the conversation, Illyes stated that this would only have a significant effect on large …

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Workplace: a New Way to Work Provided by Facebook – Digital Marketing Roundup

Panda and Penguin and Links! Oh my!

Just as Dorothy once did, brands have been walking down Google’s yellow brick road, leading users towards achieving brand success while tackling a variety of obstacles that have understanding human behaviour online a much harder process. A brands biggest aim is to …

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Best Practice: Product Purchase Pages

The problem with product page layouts is that there is no one ‘right’ answer. Each website does it differently depending on preferences, yet this does not mean that they are all the best they could be.

You could spend a lot of time implementing pages that describe your product, its …

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5 Steps to Make Your Site Epic this Black Friday

Seasonal sales like Black Friday are huge opportunities for online businesses, with an increasing amount of people opting to shop online during these periods, instead of hitting the high streets. Online retailers and businesses need to ensure they know how to prepare their sites, and ensure they’re running at …

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Google’s mobile-friendly algorithm boost has rolled out – Digital Marketing Roundup

Bing confirms testing Twitter results in search results listings

While Google search results already feature Twitter Tweets, Bing is now trialling a similar addition, as Search Engine Land reports.

Google’s mobile-friendly algorithm boost has rolled out

Designed to give a ranking boost to mobile-friendly websites in mobile search results, Google’s algorithm update …

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How To Optimise Your Blog For Search Engines And Users

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You create a blog, design it, create content, share it on social media. And…nothing. It just waits, huddled away, hoping somebody will click on it. Occasionally you post something, but otherwise it is just the inconvenient embarrassment of the office. It sits there, losing authority, slowly sinking into internet obscurity.

There …

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