White Hat SEO helps to improve the search results by using the optimization techniques but search engine rules and regulations must be meet. White Hat SEO is also called Ethical SEO. This article helps you to find Top White Hat SEO Techniques 2017. What is White Hat SEO? … [Read more...] about Top White Hat SEO Techniques 2017
Traffic rules and regulations
Google’s traffic acquisition costs (TAC) have been climbing. As Google’s ad revenues grow, so does the money it pays to partners and distributors. Investors are particularly sensitive to this issue. In response to investor questions, Alphabet CFO Ruth Porat explained … [Read more...] about Investors anxious about Google traffic acquisition costs, which regulation could further increase
In a kind of parallel but interesting variation on the complaints filed in Europe against Google, now being investigated by the European Commission in a preliminary anti-trust inquiry, one of the European complainants Foundem has filed a brief with the US FCC concerning net … [Read more...] about Companies Ask Courts, Regulators To Restrain Google To Compensate For Own Competitive Failures
The new “net neutrality” rules passed yesterday by the FCC (3-2 along partisan lines) are a kind of “Rorschach test.” Depending on where you sit on the political spectrum or in the internet economy you may see the new rules as “not going far … [Read more...] about What Do The New Rules Mean And What’s Next?
If I were a betting person I’d say that the European Commission and FTC antitrust investigations against Google will wrap up without any major “structural” changes or dramatic new rules imposed on the company. Indeed there were premature reports that Google had … [Read more...] about Seeking To Pressure Regulators, FairSearch Announces New Members, Issues Missive Seeking “Meaningful” Remedies
Axel Springer, Germany’s largest publisher and the owner of Europe’s largest newspaper, has said it wants back in to snippets. According to Reuters, the German publishing giant revealed that traffic to its four largest online properties from Google search results … [Read more...] about Loss Of Snippets Caused 80 Percent Traffic Drop
The constant stream of news on legal or legislative initiatives attempting to regulate Google’s organic search results creates a climate of conflict and fosters unrealistic expectations among SEOs. And that diverts attention from what the business should really be all … [Read more...] about Regulating Google Search — A Reality Check
What do you do when the domain name or suffix you want is not available? Finding the perfect domain name to represent your business can be harder than you think. A frustrating problem for many new businesses and startups, the domain-name competition is only getting more intense. … [Read more...] about Best Domain Extensions When a .COM is Not Available
Terms like “mobile first” and “responsive web design” sound dynamic and user-centric, but the reality is most mobile-first responsive websites are simply reformatting ubiquitous content to suit different devices. Goal of web (or app) advertising: right … [Read more...] about When will responsive websites respond to user context?
One out of every 20 searches on Google is health-related. That means that many of us are heading to Dr. Google before heading to see our primary care physician. What the searchers do not see is the complex set of rules, regulations and processes that many pharmaceutical companies … [Read more...] about The essential guide to pharma SEM