Posts Tagged with "Google"

The Olympics Impact on Google Search Results

Thursday, February 18th, 2010

This year’s Winter Olympic Games, which started last Friday, provided us with a unique opportunity in that we were able to track the event and see how it affected rankings in Google. Typically, when news breaks it’s not easily predicted, which therefore makes it difficult to track and measure the changes that take place within […]

Do Search Results Vary By Browser?

Tuesday, February 9th, 2010

About a week ago I got involved in a discussion over on LinkedIn at the Search Engine Land group that was started by someone asking the question:  “Google showing different search results for IE and Firefox. Any explanation?” I gave my opinion which was that most likely it was personalized search impacting the rankings because […]

Vertical Measures January Webinar

Monday, January 18th, 2010

What are you doing this Thursday, January 21st? Hopefully joining us for our Webinar! This month we examine the important factors required to capture the OTHER 9 positions on Google. This month’s presentation, "How to Capture the Other 9 Positions On Google", will discuss methods and techniques some of our attendees might not be familiar with. We’ll […]

5 Step Recipe to Prepare for Google’s Caffeine Update

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

Back in August we blogged about Google’s Caffeine ‘next-generation infrastructure’ change, and if Caffeine fits the bill for better search. Recently search insiders stated the index is now live on one of Google’s data centers, with a full roll out expected just after the holidays. Many are speculating that this update will be a vast […]

Personalized Search: What’s the Impact on SEO?

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009

Google’s recent announcement about their extension of personalized search options to users who aren’t signed-in to their Google account has created another round of buzz in the SEO industry. SEO clients are already asking questions. Will I lose my #1 position? How do I know if I will show up in SERPs for my keywords […]