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Monthly Archives: August 2015

27 08, 2015

Google to Display Tweets on Desktop Google SERPs

By |2015-08-27T13:43:03-04:00August 27th, 2015|

The Digital Marketing deal of the year between Google and Twitter to bring more tweets into organic search is finally delivering on its promise. On Friday, August 21, 2015, Google officially announced that they have expanded the display of Twitter content – tweets – in Google desktop SERPS. Google has already been showcasing Latest Tweets in

20 08, 2015

Google: A Fierce Competitor in Content Advertising

By |2015-08-20T15:27:48-04:00August 20th, 2015|

Founded in 1998, Google garners over 1.17 billion users. Approximately 40,000 search queries are processed every second and the search engine on the web crawls 20 billion websites per day. Think of Google as the new yellow book, one that everyone has access to 24/7/365. Business owners who don’t specialize in SEO are easily dissuaded

12 08, 2015

Inactive Google My Business Accounts May Be Deactivated

By |2015-08-12T19:26:49-04:00August 12th, 2015|

Haven’t updated your Google My Business account in a while? Google has confirmed last week that it may be deactivating accounts which have not been updated for over 6 months. Google’s Jade Wang said, “In some cases, we may contact Google My Business users via email to confirm that they are still actively managing a

11 08, 2015

Larry Page Announces Big Changes: Good Buy Google!

By |2015-08-11T16:19:23-04:00August 11th, 2015|

Google announced on Monday a major reorganization of its company. The major search engine will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Alphabet Inc., a new holding company managed by CEO Larry Page, President Sergey Brin, Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt, CFO Ruth Porat and chief counsel David Drummond. Alphabet will manage a growing number of businesses including

5 08, 2015

Google+: Boom or Bust?

By |2015-08-05T16:54:05-04:00August 5th, 2015|

I recently read an article on Inc. Magazine entitled Why It's Finally Time to Close Your Google+ Account by John Brandon. Brandon views Google+ as a big mess and nightmare. He argues that there was always a problem with the service, from the beginning, and that there’s a bizarre dichotomy between “real work” you do