Posts Tagged with "Google"

What Are Your Top Results in Google Instant?

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

Guest Post By: Rex Liu, Intern Vertical Measures Google released their latest innovation, Google Instant, yesterday in the hopes of improving the wheel we call a “search engine”.  Google believes that they can save about 2-5 seconds per search for everyday users, which amounts to about 11 hours every second.  This seems like skewed data […]

Link Building Tools Interview with Aaron Wall

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

Most of you are familiar with SEObook, launched in 2003, one of the oldest standing SEO sites that is still regularly updated. The site originally was designed as a blog that offered DIY SEO tips and helped sell the leading SEO ebook, which had sold well over $1,000,000 in volume. This week, I have the […]

Google to open SEO agency called Google SEO

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

  Vertical Measures has learned that Google, Inc. is expected to unveil plans to launch its own SEO agency as early as May 2010, according to sources close to the situation.  Google is putting together an SEO team of approximately 100 employees because it feels like it needs to set the standard in an industry […]

Journalists need to embrace search now more than ever

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

  Search and journalism share a symbiotic relationship. Journalism needs search so writers’ articles get found, and search needs journalism to provide some of the freshest content in the SERPs. But some journalists feel that search represents an inherent contradiction to their job of serving the public good by disseminating timely, accurate and interesting information. […]

Don’t be Afraid of Spiders: In Fact You Should Lure Them In

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

There are spiders around our homes and all over the Web, or, shall we say, the Internet. But the creepy crawlers lurking under our kitchen sink are very different creatures from those who traverse through and index websites. The biological specimens are fond of old, dirty clutter that they can hide behind and wait for their victims. The […]