SMX Sydney 2012

Enterprise SEODejan SEO makes regular appearances at SMX, but this time we’ve got extra goodies for you. Find us at our booth or see us present in three sessions including:

This year we’ll share key elements behind our most successful enterprise SEO campaigns.…

Read more →

 

Enterprise SEO: 2012 and Beyond

Enterprise SEO Header Image

Learn about the key elements behind our most successful enterprise SEO campaigns.

Enterprise SEO brings a whole new set of challenges on top of usual set of best optimisation practices and one of the most momentous obstacles with large-scale campaigns is the sheer scale of things.…

Read more →

 

Global Web, Society and Knowledge at #WWW2012

The 21st International World Wide Web Conference, (#WWW2012) for web professionals is over. Lyon convention center (Lyon, France) gathered many prominent computer and social science specialists, web and mobile technologies creators, internet researchers and scholars, developers, users and commercial ventures – actively engaging, interacting, writing, and communicating on web, Internet, social media, digital technologies, and emerging applications.

Read more →

 

How to Change the Location of Your Content the Right Way

Google was very busy on their webmaster central blog yesterday, namely they published 4 posts. The most noted one was announcing a new algorithm change to fight web spam.

change of address

The other three talked about images and how Google ranks them, changes in GWT, as well as a great post explaining the best ways to move your content to a new location, which is what we are going to go over.…

Read more →

 

Google Webmaster Tools Dumps Three Redundant Features

Jonathon Simon, Google webmaster trends analyst reports on three features which will be removed from Google Webmaster Tools due to low usage or redundancy.

Features to be removed in the next two weeks:

  • Subscriber Stats
  • Create robots.txt
  • Site performance

We knew that some shape or form of clean-up was coming up as Google collected feedback from the webmaster community.…

Read more →

 

Breadcrumbs coming to AdWords Ads

Breadcrumb navigation for websites has been around for years to help users easily navigate and keep track of where they are on a particular section of the site. This feature can aid in:

  • Increased usability
  • Better user experience
  • Increase conversion
     

With this in mind it makes sense for Google to integrate something similar into their AdWords ad format – which they now seem to be doing in beta as first reported here by periscopix.…

Read more →