Is this really the end of Google, and just how will we all manage in future without it? Even if Google doesn’t close, but becomes a relic of a period in the Internet’s history, like Yahoo, how will businesses have to adapt their SEO strategy?
A recent study by Google reveals that around 80% of Internet users will access the web from their smartphone by 2016, with 81% of smartphone owners already using their phones to ‘browse’ the web. The number of people using their smartphones for web access has been growing at an astonishingly rapid rate, but there… Read more »
I mentioned in a recent blog post that 2012 would be the year when mobile search and optimising sites for mobile really takes off for mainstream sites. At the moment it’s still very patchy out there, with even many big, reputable brands failing to catch on to the importance of optimising for mobile browsers. Yet… Read more »
Please bear with me. This isn’t just another one of those, already tired blog posts which jumps on the new year bandwagon. But I do have one important prediction for this year which I think should be shared. No one really knows what 2012 will bring. Maybe Microsoft will buy out Google. Maybe Yahoo will… Read more »