Engage Web November 2011 - Engage Web

    More Google products abandoned, including Wave

    Posted on November 30, 2011

    Google is streamlining its products with seven more consigned to the scrap heap, after failing to perform up to expected standards. To simplify the product range, seven Google products will be abandoned, including Wave, Google Gears and Knol.

    This is the third time that Google has ended products en masse, following a lack of success. According to experts, this practice may put users off signing up to new products in the future. The news was announced in (more…)

    Posted by Carl Hopkinson

    Npower hooks up to SEO for jobs recruitment

    Posted on November 29, 2011

    Utility company RWE nPower has launched its new online recruitment site, which it heopes will give a more coherent structure to the entire job application and selection process.

    The portal will essentially handle every aspect of recruitment for both graduate and non-graduate programs, and use the very latest in technologies and software to deliver this.

    It should all add up, according to RWE nPower’s Adam Templeman, to a more user friendly experience (more…)

    Posted by Matt Jones

    Police email nominated for gobbledygook award

    Posted on November 29, 2011

    Cambridgeshire police have been nominated for the Golden Bull “gobbledygook award” by the Plain English Campaign. An email sent to residents of Cambridge warned of the threat of (more…)

    Posted by Jenny C

    StuckOn attached to Flintshire Freeze

    Posted on November 28, 2011

    Ellesmere Port, UK, November 22, 2011: StuckOn, a local search engine and online marketing company, which helps promote the online presence of their clients, has sponsored local ice hockey team Flintshire Freeze.

    Founded in 2009 by Lianne Wilkinson and Darren Jamieson with a combined experience of 15 years in the areas of SEO, marketing and PPC, StuckOn has enabled a number of businesses, both small to medium-sized businesses and major international companies, to get the most out of their (more…)

    Posted by Carl Hopkinson

    Millions of websites to be affected by Panda evolution

    Posted on November 28, 2011

    Across the internet, many analysts and researchers who take interest in such things are predicting another update to Google’s Panda algorithm. An update reputed to affect 1% of all sites on the internet today, many SEOs could be caught out. (more…)

    Posted by Carl Hopkinson

    Reports of death denied by Google

    Posted on November 27, 2011

    Recent reports in the media have suggested that Google+ is a dying network, which Google have strenuously denied. According to the search engine giant, the social networking site has only just started. A private launch in June saw media reports that Google+ would be a rival for (more…)

    Posted by Matt Jones

    US online mortgage scam investigation expanded

    Posted on November 26, 2011

    A US investigation into deceptive advertising on Google, which has already seen 125 mortgage scam sites being closed down, is to be extended to look at Bing and Yahoo! too.

    The announcement confirms (more…)

    Posted by Cheryl Mathews

    Google challenged by mathematician from Italy

    Posted on November 25, 2011

    Massimo Marchiori played a prominent role in Google’s search algorithm development. He’s now planning to launch his own search engine before the start of the new year. The associate professor has created a website that displays promotional videos in (more…)

    Posted by Matt Jones
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