Yesterday Google announced that it will be adding a new review section to your Google Places for Business listing, giving you an area called the review "inbox" to manage and respond to reviews left by customers.
Topics: Google Plus
Last week Matt Cutts posted a response to the question "should I use the disavow tool even when there is no manual action on my site?", a fitting question for anybody who has been worrying about their website rankings.
Over the last 10 years we have begun to see a shift in marketing spend from offline to online and this shift is increasing signifantly with each passing year, however offline advertising will always be important when used correctly.
Google have at last released details on their new Google + project which aims to make Google more social and it appears trying taking on Facebook at its own game.
Topics: Social Media
Anyone who has a business of any size should have a Facebook business page, not to be confused with your own personal page! If you don't already have one setup below are all the reasons you could ever need to make your mind up.
Topics: Social Media
There has been a lot of talk surrounding Google's new "Google Instant" in the search engine marketing world, some of which are fearing for the life of traditional search engine optimisation itself. Is this just all hype or is there a real danger?? Lets find out...
Many new and existing businesses throughout Ireland look to the web for a source of sales revenue or customer interaction. These websites are often well thought out and planned and when they do eventually hit the World Wide Web they look great and offer a fantastic experience for the user. However it is only at this point that most start to think about how they are going to get people to the website by using an seo company. At this point the business is already on the "back foot" regarding its online profile as precious time has already been wasted.
When a business gets to the stage where they are looking to involve themselves in SEO services, whether it be search engine optimisation of the website itself or other online marketing activities their main goal is to increase traffic to their website. But where do people look for this traffic? In my experience peeople are far too quick to "conquer the world" by looking to international markets for this new source of traffic and hopefully business.