Archive for ‘Web & Technology’

How Gender is Distributed Online

We would like to think the Internet is a utopia of fairness and opportunity but the reality is, some members of society miss out more than others.

A surprising statistic has been revealed recently – there are 200 million fewer women online globally.…

 

How Mobile Influences Our Habits Online

The true value of what mobile technology has offered consumers and marketers has perhaps not been recognised until recently. For the first time ever, there are more than one billion smartphones currently on the market. Don’t underestimate what this figure means – the rise of mobile technology has doubled our time spent online in the last few years.…

 

A Comprehensive Study of Content and Brand Visibility on Google+

Understanding Google+

Google has been aggressively attempting to diversify away from search. Over the years they’ve come up with a number of promising products in a sea of failed experiments. When Larry Page took charge of Google’s direction once again, we witnessed a sudden shut down of unviable products. …

 

ECommerce Expo Melbourne 2014

I recently had the privilege of speaking at the Melbourne E-Commerce Expo. If you were lucky enough to be there, or if you just want to have chat, feel free to reach out on Google Plus to ask Dejan SEO or Myself a question.…

 

WordPress Hangout: Advanced Level

So you think you know WordPress? Test your knowledge in an advanced session loaded with tips, examples and actionable advice. Your host Dan Petrovic brings you Australia’s top WordPress developer Bronson Quick from Sennza Web Design. This is a live event.

 

Google+ Case Study: Why did my lunch go viral?

ripplesA photo of my lunch went viral on Google+ over the weekend with 28,616 views, 312 +1′s and 54 comments and I had no idea why. The level of engagement on the post goes well beyond the norm of somebody with only 16,000 followers.…

 

Google in 2023

How we will search the web in the next decade.

User

Google 1

1998-2000

When Google started in 1998 many fell in love with it. It had a cute name, fast results and there were no ads. What was not to like about it?…

 

What Metrics Do You Report to Clients

Beakers & Test Tubes

Last week I shared a quick 3 question survey asking what metrics SEOs are reporting to their clients. I started this to help me with another article I’m writing, and this is just a quick report of the results to say thank you to all those that took part, and particularly to the SEO Hangout Panel and to Eric Wu for sharing on the Technical SEO Community.…

 

WordPress Plugin for Google+ Interactive Posts

Google+ interactive posts

This plugin streamlines interactive post implementation on WordPress websites.

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Note: This plugin is in alpha version. Please report any bugs and usability issues in the comments below.

About Interactive Posts

Interactive posts on Google+ are similar to basic shared posts with an added call-to-action button, functionality and additional page interaction statistics in Google+ page dashboard. …

 

Creating Authoritative Content Without Client Input

Client Punching My face

I tend to talk about the importance of content till my clients want to punch me in the face.

I can understand why. Creating “great” content can be hard without client input. After all, you’re an expert in SEO, not warehouse racking (contender for the most boring industry and yes, real client).…

 

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