Back at the beginning of the month we posted to highlight that there was significant evidence that supported thoughts that Google had updated something within their organic search engine index, however we couldn't put our finger on what it could have been.
With discussions alive within the online community of site owners claiming gains and large losses, the fact that Google later denied that there had been an update to either the Google Panda or Penguin algorithm meant that something really didn't tally up, prompting us to question whether Google were being completely straight with us…
Later today, I'm heading off to London to speak at the invite only Search Engine Journal conference aka SEJ Summit 2015. I've been invited to speak on two session’s, firstly I'm kicking off the day with an overview of SEO and PR and how you can combine the 2 for
Okay so earlier today I created a post that was focused towards the organics movement that was being witnessed across the online community and asked whether it was possible that the search engine giants could have finally rolled out an update of their Google Panda algorithm, an algorithm that had
UPDATE: Google says that there was no update over the weekend Well it seems that the online community are questioning whether Google were busy over the bank holiday weekend, with speculation and thoughts being discussed on a widespread basis towards whether Google had pushed an update of their Google Panda
Google's very own Gary Illyes (@methode) has confirmed on Twitter that the algorithm has fully rolled out, leaving only the indexing stage to occur before we start seeing impact. Many people within the world of digital marketing have been kept on the edge of their seats for a while now
Majestic.com have released news that due to recent changes to the Google API they need to be able to gain additional permissions in order for users to continue to make use of their access to information related to linked Google Webmaster Tools accounts. The short blogpost which was published yesterday
When Google announced that they were setting a date on which they were going to be releasing a mobile friendly update into the search engine seen by mobile device users, there was a wealth of panic stricken website and business owners that battled again time to ensure that their site
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.
It’s been a short but crazy week here in the Bronco offices with the bosses away on annual leave, we’ve been having lots of fun – kidding, Becky and Dave, it’s been all work work work here! But that hasn’t stopped us from scouring the world of the internet from …