The official news came just hours ago that the world's leading search engine will be making notable changes to its mobile algorithm.
Mobile friendly websites have been a key focus in recent years with businesses looking to appeal to a larger market and make browsing and purchasing on the go a streamlined process. It's been a long time coming following the numerous whispers and suggestions over the past year, but Google have finally announced some new information on what could be a game changer for the online marketplace.
Starting from April 21st, mobile-friendliness will be considered as a ranking signal that will affect users worldwide in all languages, and is claimed to have a significant impact on our search results. It's been a while since the term "significant" was been used for something like this, especially from the likes of Google – we're expecting big things. The aim is to ensure that users will receive the most relevant and timely mobile-only results whilst out and about, making sure that websites are fully optimised for the mobile device conducting the search.
We all know that Google have always been against search engine manipulation techniques and the latest snippet of information that has been fed out of the search giants via John Mueller is that website owners should be looking to avoid building links, saying during a Google Webmaster Help hangout last
I've thought about writing this for some time now as I think it must be difficult for in-house SEO's and marketing managers to tackle such a thing as a link analysis and the removal of bad links, sure if you only have a handful of links pointing to your site
This coming Monday I’m heading off down to London with Becky to speak alongside Fili Wiese and Bastian Grimm on the Advanced SEO panel and moderating the talk will be Nichola Stott. The full days schedule can be seen here. We have been speaking at the London Affiliate Conference for
Google have never made their plans for a better search engine experience a secret and have consistently tried to make changes to their search engine that would reflect what they believe to be the best search engine experience that users can find online and speculation in the industry this week
In the era of Google Panda, we know that making sure the way in which your website is set out is vital if you want to reduce the risk of the algorithm finding fault with it, leading to a dampening of rankings across your site as Google showcases the loss
To kick off the New Year we are hiring a few positions to keep up with the demand of our lovely clients and the influx of clients we have taken on over the last few months. If you like what we do and would like to be a part of
David Naylor, more commonly known as DaveN, started working in the SEO industry over 16 years ago with three major corporations releasing their database driven data, creating internal link structures and improving usability.
David Naylor heads up the team of highly skilled and dedicated search marketing professionals at Bronco, to provide you with a complete solution. The rest of the Bronco team all contribute to the leading service we provide in not only Search Marketing but Web Design as well.
The New Year has certainly got off to a flying start for us all at Bronco, and looking back over the last couple of months (time really is flying by so fast) I thought it was a good time to share what’s been going on.
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