Posts Tagged ‘bing’

Google Vs. Bing for SEO: Should You Target Both?

With most digital marketers focused on Google for their SEO activities, it’s easy to forget that there are other search engines out there, including Bing. In fact, Bing is used in one-in-five USA-based desktop searches, according to ComScore. When combined with Yahoo, which Bing has powered since 2010, Bing serves up about 1/3 of search…

Read More

Take Over Google Maps With These Local SEO Tips

With so much choice on the internet, local businesses can feel drowned out. Many of us use the web to access things we can’t find locally. But does that mean local businesses shouldn’t worry about their internet visibility? Not so fast! Local products and services are increasingly popular. Some studies suggest hat interest in local…

Read More

Why Small Businesses MUST Consider Local SEO

If you prioritize your online presence within your overall marketing efforts, Local SEO is a must for any and all businesses who target a local area. These types of businesses tend to be B2C. Things like electricians, plumbers, florists, restaurants, dentists, and many more types of small enterprises fit this description. But be careful —…

Read More

Google Secure Search: Reacting to Keyword Not Provided

There has been quite the uproar the past few days, after Google announced that they are moving 100% of search queries from unencrypted to Secure Search. When this news broke on September 23, the SEO world had a collective panic attack. But is this really the end of SEO as we know it? Google Secure…

Read More

Search Engine Market Share by Country

NOTE FROM EDITOR: We have published an update to the market share numbers, effective December 2013. Please view the updated numbers on the following page – 2013 Search Engine Market Share By Country This week I’ve been doing a lot of research about International SEO. Google has introduced several important new optimization options in the…

Read More