Srinivasan — August 8, 2014 - 11:05
Google has announced that going HTTPS adding a SSL 2048-bit key certificate on your site will give you a slight ranking boost up.
Google says this gives websites a small ranking benefit, only counting as a very lightweight signal within the overall ranking algorithm. In fact, Google supposed this carries less weight than other signals such as super content.
SEO Concerns with HTTPS
forum — July 21, 2014 - 12:06
According to financial analyst notes, releasing the numbers early, desktop search declined for the fifth consecutive month after a period of growth in mid-2013.
Yahoo’s share has now fallen below 10 percent and this is an all-time low. The combined Yahoo-Bing “search alliance” share remains flat at 29 percent. Bing has grown almost totally at Yahoo’s expense.
According to Stat Counter, Yahoo has a 9.3 percent share of the US mobile search market. Google dominates at 85 percent and Bing’s share is 5.5 percent.
Srinivasan — July 9, 2014 - 12:51
The truth is the policy of not allowing mature ads in the Google ad network was announced in March. Google supposed they would begin enforcing this new policy change in late June.
The Ad Words policies on adult sexual services, family position, and juvenile or non-consensual sex acts will be updated in late June 2014 to reproduce a new policy on sexually explicit content.
forum — June 12, 2014 - 15:17
The first step in understanding if your site has been a victim of an algorithm update or penalty is to verify your organic traffic levels. Dig deeper to determine if the drops are solely from one search engine. If not, then an algorithm update or penalty are likely not the cause, since they would only affect transfer from one search engine.
Srinivasan — May 19, 2014 - 10:36
Google announced innovative updates to its Google Places bulk location management tool this week, with a new Google+ social feature. Each location in upgraded and verified accounts will have social features routinely enabled. To use social features on a picky location, like making a post, please hover over Live in the status column and click on the Google+ icon.
Also, Wang supposed each Google Places page will now have only one established owner: This ensures that multiple verified users for the same location are not routinely overwriting each other’s business information.