The new web based communication tool has quickly established itself in the mobile device sector. Google has taken the lead in converting web-based traffic into direct telephone communication between an end user and a business. Although Google is not the … Read More
Yahoo stepped into the world of web browsers last week. Yahoo’s attempt is to create a more visual world for search. They also plan to streamline your searches between devices. When you search on your smartphone, tablet, PC, Yahoo wants … Read More
We have been saying for some time now. “Inbound marketing is today’s SEO“, and with every day that passes it becomes more evident. How is inbound marketing “Today’s SEO”? Search engines have always dictated what techniques/strategies are necessary to rank … Read More
Yahoo CEO, Scott Thompson, took over in early 2012 and since that day everyone has wondered what he would do to bring some glory back to the beleaguered internet giant. Apparently, it starts with layoffs. Thompson announced that Yahoo would … Read More
Google To Rollout The Next Version Of Semantic Search – How Will It Affect Your Inbound Marketing Efforts?
Google is in the process of rolling out major updates to its search engine, but what’s new? Google is always tweaking their search engine. Although, the adaptation to this existing feature is nothing new. The feature I am referring to … Read More
Late yesterday afternoon Yahoo announced that co-founder Jerry Yang retired from his position on the board of directors at the company he helped start 17 years ago. Yang co-founded Yahoo with David Filo and held the position of CEO from … Read More
PayPal President Scott Thompson Named Yahoo’s New CEO – Will He Bring The Search Engine Back To Glory?
Yahoo’s new CEO will be PayPal’s current President, Scott Thompson. Thompson was named CEO of Yahoo last week replacing the vacancy left by the firing of former CEO Carol Bartz who was let go in September of last year, Thompson … Read More
You’ve worked hard to build a solid reputation for your company. You do good work. Your clients respect and appreciate the success you’ve helped them achieve. Then along comes an unhappy ex-employee or the one client in the past ten … Read More