Google May Start to Rank Pages on Facts

By |March 3rd, 2015|

The New Scientist has recently reported that a group of software engineers at Google are suggesting that Google may be preparing to change its search algorithm someday soon to rank web pages based on how accurate they are. The recently published paper explains the idea of Knowledge-Based Trust (KBT) which is an alternate way of […]

Recent Major Google Algorithm Updates

By |February 26th, 2015|

Google has a long recent history of famous algorithm updates, search index changes and refreshes. As SEO consultants it is our job to be on constant alert for changes in Google’s ever-evolving algorithm … but that doesn’t mean we don’t miss one of their frequent algorithm updates every now and then.

For a typical search query in Google, there […]

Tweets To Once Again Appear in Google

By |February 25th, 2015|

Google and Twitter have reportedly come to a new agreement that gives the search giant access to Twitter’s massive data stream according to a report by Bloomberg Business. Google plans to make tweets visible as soon as they are posted.

Twitter had a similar deal with Google back in 2009 but the agreement ended after just […]

Google Gives Red Card to Paid Links – Interflora Case Study

By |February 25th, 2013|

After recently penalising Interflora, the UK based flower delivery website, Google has now issued a stern warning to any website found selling links that pass PageRank. Google has said for years that selling links that pass PageRank violates their quality guidelines

Back in 2007 Google publically announced that selling paid links can lead to a penalty, […]