If you want to build links naturally (and also have a usable website), you should allow your visitors to easily share/publish links. Sharing can be social or a simple copy link text field. Such functionality is especially important for websites which don’t change the URL when altering data on the page (AJAX based pages).
canpages.ca allows users to zoom into specific areas of the map, but if they want to share the outcome with someone, there’s no way to do it:
A favicon is the small piece of graphics browsers display in the title bar when you open a web document, or in your browser’s bookmarks.
This is how ours looks like in Google Chrome (the blue circle with an upright arrow):
To have browsers create one you will need to place your icon file (favicon.ico) in the root of your site and you’re good to go.
That’s right. Today I am going to show you how you could lose money with Google if you’re not aware of it’s indexing rules and I’ll describe a short fix.
While researching online for a client of ours, I came to see the ad to the “Save on Airfare” ebook. Usually skeptical about such sales letters, I went further to read reviews/scams website and see if it’s worthy or not. I decided to download the book to compare it’s content with … Continue Reading » How to Lose Money with Google
So, we know that Google does mistakes when it comes to SEO – you can take a look at their own score card here.
But, they also have some usability issues on their product detail pages on Google Products website. Take a look at the screenshot below. What is Not Specified supposed to mean? The size, the shape or the color of the product?
While doing the regular check on the referring keywords for this blog, I noticed that Google is ranking the website for keywords related to the spotted A/B tests, keywords such as accountnow.com, autotrader.com or genbook.com.
Those keywords are irrelevant for us, but checking them lead me to the discovery of the worst 2010 PPC ad in Google I’ve seen until date: