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SEO is constantly changing, and that’s because search engines are changing, internet user habits are changing and most of all technology is changing; it’s getting better, more widespread and more powerful.
Any SEO company that is still using the same techniques that they were using 3-4 months ago to get rankings, traffic or sales for their client websites are already well behind.
I sometimes don’t even know why we continue to call it SEO anymore because what we do for our clients is so much more than that. What we provide is actually a full service digital marketing campaign…
I don’t know about other Manchester SEO companies but here at UP Search we’ve been rather busy – so much so that as a result of our previous recruitment campaign we’ve hired two new engineers.
We’d like to send a big welcome to Scott and Mel who will work along side myself on SEO, PPC and Social Media clients. Scott brings with him a deep understanding of various finance sectors which fits in very well with some of our client base. Mel will be working on our lifestyle related clients as well as helping with Social Media campaigns.
It’s been a busy few weeks and we’ve been inundated with new client proposal requests that are seemingly flooding in and also preparing for all the continual changes happening in the world of search and social media.
As always – a lot has been happening in the world of search and social media – too much to cover in this post but here’s a brief rundown of some interesting stuff:
Google releases its major milestone algorithm updates – the rankings of so-called Content Farms and low quality (shallow) sites are hit and takes down some innocent bystanders.
Currently, there is a designated area of Bing search results showing “liked” content from your Facebook friends. But Bing says that (for US users only at the moment) this will be changing – with the “like” buttons appearing in-line along with your search results.
More info can be found on the official Bing blog. (Image Credit: Microsoft)
The update will suggest friends to tag in uploaded pictures, by using facial recognition software “built in-house”.
Unbeknown to some, this auto-tagging system is already available – through 3rd party websites such as Face.com.
This feature will surely add fuel to privacy war Facebook finds itself constantly battling, however Facebook has assured users on it’s official blog, that users will be able to opt-out of their name being suggested for tags…