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    Engage Web February 2012 - Engage Web

    How to ruin a blog

    Posted on February 29, 2012

    Having a regularly updated blog is a great way to develop a business, through expanding networks and creating customer awareness. Conversely, they are also an excellent tool to lose business and alienate groups (more…)

    Posted by Carl Hopkinson

    Google Chrome to offer ‘Do Not Track’ by year end

    Posted on February 28, 2012

    The Google Chrome browser will have ‘Do Not Track’ software added by the end of the year, as a new code of conduct for privacy rights was pursued by the White House. The technology is added to (more…)

    Posted by Matt Jones

    Web searches for Welsh village reveal 364 spelling mistakes

    Posted on February 28, 2012

    The Welsh village Betws-y-Coed is the subject of a piece of research into spelling errors people make when searching online for information. Kevin Jones, who manages (more…)

    Posted by Jenny C

    Sofa surfers to love the latest Google YouTube app

    Posted on February 27, 2012

    The latest updates to Google’s YouTube app will make life much easier for viewers who love to find new videos and channels to watch. The updated YouTube app is for Google TV (more…)

    Posted by Cheryl Mathews

    Businesses at risk of getting blogged down in the detail

    Posted on February 26, 2012

    To really drive traffic online there is little argument that blogging regularly is a good thing to do. Indeed, recent studies have indicated that those who blog attract 55 per cent more visitors and (more…)

    Posted by Matt Jones

    Google takes the lead in searches during 2012

    Posted on February 25, 2012

    According to a study recently conducted by comScore, Google’s market share of United States searches increased in January to 66.2 percent, following December’s percentage of 65.9. The latest data indicates that Google has an even stronger hold on the search market this year, as 2012 gets underway. The study was carried out to analyse the five search engines which are largest in the US. Microsoft Bing is the closest rival to Google, and secured a market share of just 15.2 percent, which represents a one percent increase on December’s figures.

    There were a total of 17.8 billion web searches carried out in the US during January 2012, according to data from the study. Of these searches, 11.8 billion searches were carried out using Google search. Yahoo! is the third competitor in the search engine war, but has only a 14.1 percent share of the market. However, rather than increasing, the market share for Yahoo! fell by 0.4 percent in January. The market shares for AOL and Ask Network stood at 1.6 and 3.0 percent respectively in January. The study was a comparison of figures for December 2011 and January 2012, for locations at home and work in the US.

    Google plays an integral role in a company’s SEO campaign as page ranking is crucial, especially when you initially start your own business, whether situated in Liverpool UK or in the US. Some SEO jobs are made much more difficult as changes occur with various search engine algorithms.

    Posted by Carl Hopkinson

    How reviews rate for SEO

    Posted on February 24, 2012

    An often overlooked way in which SEO success can be dramatically improved takes little, or minimal effort, on behalf of the diligent online marketer. (more…)

    Posted by Carl Hopkinson

    Secure password creation from Google Chrome

    Posted on February 23, 2012

    The latest add-on for Google Chrome is going to be a password generator that will create complex passwords which are not easily guessed, for users who (more…)

    Posted by Matt Jones
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