Are Your Websites Ready For Google’s MobileGeddon?

Are Your Websites Ready For Google’s MobileGeddon?

Are you Loosing Business Because of Google’s MobileGeddon? On April 21st Google made a massive change to it’s algorithm that could already be negatively impacting your site and business, as announced on their blog. Many are calling this change “MobileGeddon,” although it doesn’t have to be the end of the world for your website. Let’s check your primary domain and see if its mobile friendly. This test will analyze a URL and report if the page has a mobile-friendly design. Use this tool to check your website If your not sure if your websites are ready for this big change, than speak with our specialists now to get the mobile site of your dreams and keep your ranking. Plus, we are offering our best deal on mobile Click Here to Schedule a call. Make sure your Websites are mobile friendly For Google’s MobileGeddon. We offer mobile friendly web design and an affordable price. Get your websites mobile friendly today! We use the latest responsive mobile friendly web design techniques available today to ensure your website passes the mobile friendly tests. We create beautiful, mobile friendly and responsive websites to attract more mobile leads and convert them into customers. 460 total views, 1 views today Philippines Web DesignPhilippines Webmaster, web designer, seo expert, Marketing and WordPress web design.More Posts - Website Follow...

Bing Jumps to Number Two Spot, Overtaking Yahoo

Within days of launching, Microsoft’s new search engine Bing managed to nab the number two spot in terms of market share, overtaking Yahoo in the United States and worldwide, according to data from StatCounter Global Stats. The company reports that Bing has grabbed market share from Google as well. As of last Thursday, Google had 71.47% market share in the U.S., followed by Bing with 16.28% and Yahoo with 10.22%. Globally, Google’s market share stood at 87.62%, while Bing had 5.62% and Yahoo was close behind with 5.13%. Of the rise of Bing, StatCounter CEO Aodhan Cullen said, “It remains to be seen if Bing falls away after the initial novelty and promotion, but at first sight it looks like Microsoft is on to a winner. Steve Ballmer is quoted as saying that he wanted Microsoft to become the second biggest search engine within five years. Following the breakdown in talks to acquire Yahoo! at a cost of $40bn, it looks as if he may have just achieved that with Bing much sooner and a lot cheaper than anticipated.” If Bing continues on an upward trajectory, it could pose a challenge to Google as well. An informal survey by News portal One News Page suggested that 55% of users plan to replace Google with Bing as their main search engine. Bing’s branding also seems to have taken off 65% of respondents claimed to like the name, while 90% said they would use the expression “to Bing it” as a colloquialism for searching on the web. Studies have found that user loyalty to search engines is low. A 2009 Forrester...

Common Tag Announced as a New Format for Web 2.0 Developers

Common Tag is an open tagging format developed to make content more connected, discoverable and engaging. Unlike free-text tags, Common Tags are references to unique, well-defined concepts, complete with metadata and their own URLs. With Common Tag, site owners can more easily create topic hubs, cross-promote their content, and enrich their pages with free data, images and widgets. This is great news for developers, many search engines are using this new format to better understand the real meaning behind enriched tagging. Read the full story here 318 total views, no views today Webmaster Web DesignerPhilippines Webmaster, web designer, seo expert, Marketing and WordPress web design.More Posts - Website Follow...
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