Mobile local search

Mobile local search Mobile local searchSince 2010 Google is really focus on competing in the local business ranking area.Sure they want invest a lot money in 2011 and tried to buy Groupon again. Google investment team made the same offer last year to Yelp,they clearly focus about local small business. We think in the furure the search engine giant Google filter will give in the next future Continue Reading

You Might Want to Pay Attention to Bing

You Might Want to Pay Attention to Bing 150x150 You Might Want to Pay Attention to BingIf you’re working on optimizing your website and its content with simply Google in mind, you may want to rethink your strategy.  While Google continues to hold the lion’s share of the search engine business, that pesky little Bing continues to grow and was responsible for approximately one out of every four searches executed on the web in November 2010. Continue Reading

Contacts Out of Facebook

get out from facebook contact.thumbnail Contacts Out of FacebookEarlier this week Gmail turned off the tap. They confirmed that they would no longer automatically hand over contacts to other websites and services. Cheekily Facebook have offered a work-around solution.
The solution simply tells the user to move their Gmail contacts to their local drive and then upload them Continue Reading

Bill Gates Ranking Top of US Rich

tn4.thumbnail Bill Gates Ranking Top  of US RichBill Gates is crowned the wealthiest person in the US for the 17th year in a row.
Microsoft is still as relevant as ever and continues to make its founders bundles of money while Facebook proves that social media means big business. Continue Reading

Google Holds 64.2% of all Search in the U.S.

aldo capizzi webandrank.thumbnail Google Holds 64.2% of all Search in the U.S.A recent report from The Nielsen Company shows that Google is still the daddy in U.S. search, but reveals that Yahoo! and Bing have experienced relative growth.
Although Google’s share of the searches dropped from June to July it still holds 64.2% of all search, put in another way every 3 out of 5 searches was made through Google. How do they do it? Continue Reading