Do you want to know what is trending in Google Search or YouTube?
Well, now it is easier than ever before.
Google will soon be announcing that you can search for ‘2014 trends’, or a similar search in more than 45 different languages, Google will create an upto date list of the year’s top trends, all based on Google Trends data.
The dash has begun, people are haistily moving accross to HTTPS/SSL
All because Google announced last month that they are were using HTTPS/SSL as a ranking signal in their search algorithms.
Let’s take a look at what this means:
Samsung’s Chief of the mobile business has retained his position, after the widely reported slump in sales in the mobile division of the business, meaning a massive decline in profits.
Although the reshuffle, the smallest in recent years; due to the decision by Samsung not to rock the boat anymore than they need too.
Every business has high hopes of being able to better its profits.
The best way to do this is to give your customers a great experience.
When seeking customer feedback, the majority of businesses gain a better picture of ways they can improve what they do. Collecting your feedback will no doubt present you with a challenge.
Facebook has introduced its new Places Discovery tool, this is designed for your local search needs – It uses the platform’s Graph search, page locations API, and a few other components, enabling users to explore cities around the world.
When you type in the name of the city of choice, on the homepage, you will then be directed to the city page of choice, here you will find a selection of restaurants, hotels, bars, cafes, public attractions and arts and entertainment that you will find in that city.
I strongly believe that in the marketing game, you can always learn something from each another – A new insight, trend, or tip, other marketers can be a great resources to help you become bettering your field.
There are so many disciplines within marketing, as teams begin to collaborate closely, to drive business in the right direction, there are lessons to be learned from our cross channel friends.
Microsoft Goes To War
Microsoft executives have announced their new updated strategy and try to increase Bing’s market share, by going to war with Google.
Microsoft have also announced a number of changes that have been made to its paid ad services.
Today, they are updating one of their technical Webmaster Guidelines in light of this announcement.