Month: July 2013

  • Report Reveals Extent Of Tablet Impact On E-Commerce Market

    Webmasters who run e-commerce sites have been given further indications that they will need to cater to tablet users, with the publication of a new report by the British Retail Consortium (BRC), which shows that searches being made from this type of device were up by 132% over the second quarter of 2013.

  • Search Engines Bomb In Customer Satisfaction Test

    The results of a new survey conducted by Foresee, show that levels of customer satisfaction with some of the world’s biggest search engines have fallen over the past year, suggesting that average web users are not as content with their experience.

  • Panda Update Implemented

    Google’s love of tweaking its search algorithms shows no signs of slowing down, as it was revealed late last week that an update for Panda was quietly being rolled out, according to Search Engine, Roundtable.

  • Google Issues Warning Over Underhanded Site Tactics

    A new post to the Webmaster Central blog made by Google late last week has acted as a shot across the bows for any sites which may be engaging in a recently emerging practice of browser exploitation, the perpetuation of which the search giant is less than pleased about.

  • Voice Search Habits Could Change SEO

    The growth in smartphone ownership has not only shifted the emphasis over to optimising for mobile search, but could lead to further SEO challenges in the near future.