Unfortunately, I don’t have the time to build a business around this because I’m too focused on client work and love to do SEO more than I like to think about Facebook. However, I know I could make money on this like Register.com tries to right now by...
I recently thought to myself: “Why is Quora getting all the benefit of my answers to their questions?” Why not put my “original content” here on the place it should of been written in the first place. These are some of my answers on Quora about...
This morning here around 9a PST, I was trying to multi-task as usual. I typed in “google analytics” as I usually do in my chrome and came back to the tab where I did it at. I had one of those messages on Chrome that said basically site wasn’t found...
My client who’s a fantastic Wedding Photographer for Hawaiian Weddings Derek Wong recently was looking at a search engine results page that he showed up on page one for. Obviously, it was surprising given that he’s only risen to about position #35 in the...
Recently, I was forwarded by some friends an article from the New York times called “The Dirty Little Secrets of Search.” It was truly disappointing. Brand Name outweighs logic Unfortunately, the NYTimes gets too much credibility for their brand name. Who...
The question may be “do you need to?” I’ve argued for quite a while that it’s more cost effective to focus on the organic search results vs. paying for Google adwords or other paid forms of online marketing. However, when thinking about PPC...
Google Sites 63.2%
Microsoft Sites 23.7%
Ask Network 1.2%
Compared to Dec 2014
Google Sites 65.4% ( -1.6%)
Microsoft Sites 19.7% ( +.1%)
Yahoo Sites 11.8% ( +1.6%)
Ask Network 2.0% (+ .0%)
AOL Network 1.2% ( -.1% )
Source: comScore qSearch
“Explicit Core Search” excludes contextually driven searches that do not reflect specific user intent to interact with the search results.
Browser Statistics - Feb 2017-2018
UC Browser 7.94%
Internet Explorer 3.05%
Source: Statcounter Browser Market Share
Compared to Jan 2015
Chrome 61.9% (+.3%)
Firefox 23.4% (-.2%)
Internet Explorer 7.8% (-.2%)
Safari 3.8% (+0.1%)
Opera 1.6% (+.0%)
Source: collected from W3Schools' log-files, over a five year period, clearly shows the long and medium-term trends although cannot be 100% guaranteed
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