This is a guest post by Chris Schwarz from The Search Guys; an Adelaide based online marketing company. A few weeks ago, Tamara touched on some strategies about how to …
Googling your competition is one of the easiest ways to gather market intelligence quickly, and ‘quietly’. This practical checklist will help you to get ahead online!
While online shopping has brought with it many joys for me….. Unrestricted shopping hours, access to stores in other states or countries, and the quick browsing of a few sites for the cheapest price or some interesting reviews…. It also brings a few issues and frustrations.
The arrival of this product search engine into the Australian marketplace could dramatically change the way that users shop online. Instead of having to visit a number of different retailers’ websites to shop around for the best product or best price, the ‘Shopping’ tab within Google takes away a lot of the hard work.
Contrary to what you may have first thought, the Google ‘Panda’ update has nothing to do with black and white fluffy things that have a penchant for bamboo. It actually relates to the recent algorithm update that has been rolled out in all English speaking countries in late February 2011.
To encourage indexing to happen as quickly as possible, we submit all new websites that we create via Google’s ‘addURL’ form. However there is no guarantee that this will speed the process up, as there is literally tens of thousands of users doing this every day.
Google has always been a company pushing the limits of development and innovation and recently a new project codenamed “Caffeine”, has been getting a bit of attention.
Caffeine isn’t a new search engine but instead, is the next evolvement of the current Google search engine. Caffeine has been best described as making some modifications “under the hood”.
It has been talked about for a while but finally Microsoft through its newly released search engine Bing and Yahoo! have struck a deal which will see them have enough market share to begin to tackle the Google dominance.