Items filtered by date: July 2014

A lot of search engine optimisation or SEO companies worldwide get hammered every time Google, Bing and Yahoo releases new updates and search algorithms. Of all the three however, Google has the strictest rules and the way they enforce these are rather harsh, but fitting, which in turn makes some website owners – and SEO companies – incorporate social media into their marketing strategies.

Having said that, if you are doing SEO on your website (or if you have someone do it for you), can social media help your campaign out?

Published in Social Media

Let’s say that you’re an owner of an e-commerce website, you're successful in your locality and you may be thinking of selling your products in European countries. Although your products / services are important, it is imperative you increase the exposure of your website in order to gain an audience, which in turn translates into sales.

The most effective methods to achieve organic website traffic is engage in search engine optimisation, or SEO and Inbound Marketing. Success in business is always uncertain, and the same concept is applicable to your SEO campaign. Although you can always do it yourself, this task is better left to the experts and legitimate companies. Anyway, what are some unfavourable scenarios that you might encounter along the way?

Hacking, Scamming and Black Hat SEO at the World CupThe 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014 started three weeks ago, and so far everything's been going smoothly but it isn't devoid of problems.

The worldwide event faced stiff criticism from Brazilian protesters, and the “hacktivist” group Anonymous, which decided to do something about it. If you're an English fan, you might no longer be concerned at all, given England's early exit, but still, you should be vigilant. Why? There are a lot of evildoers in the Internet, and you could be their next target

Published in Website Security