Winston Burton joined Acronym in 2014 with over ten years in search marketing. Prior to joining Acronym, Winston was the VP of SEO at Havas Media, one of the world’s top ten global ad agencies. He started the SEO practice for Havas and built the practice to include clients such as Choice Hotels, Fidelity, Exxon, Volvo and Marc Jacobs. Winston spearheaded SEO strategy including content marketing, mobile, link building, and all technical areas of SEO. Winston’s career also included the SEO Manager role at Rosetta and time at Zeta Interactive. … [Read more...] about Do keyword rankings even matter anymore?
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Yes, but that’s so the logo can run for a full two days from when it went live at 8AM Pacific today. That’s plenty of time for anyone who wants to test their skills battling against Inky (the blue one), Blinky (red), Pinky (seriously?) and Clyde (orange) and reach the end, level 256. That level shows what’s known as the “kill screen,” one only partially rendered due to a programming bug in the original Pacman. The Google-version recreates this. … [Read more...] about Insert Coin, Play Pac-Man — In The Google Logo! A 30th Anniversary Tribute
To reach the user who performs a local search, one has to show up in local search results. There are numerous articles on how to get there. One thing to remember – you don’t show up there only because you have a website. You need to be listed on Google+ Local (new Google’s alternative to Google Places), in local directories, and have good/enough ratings and mentions to appear near the top. … [Read more...] about The Evolution of Searcher Intent Markers: a New Way to Look at SEO
Brian White worked at Google for over 16 years, joining the company before I started this blog back in November 2002. He worked with Matt Cutts I believe almost his whole time while at Google and fought spam side by side with him and the webspam team all those years. … [Read more...] about Brian White, A Lead Spam Fighter Leaves Google
“Our technology must be infused with the values we all hold dear,” Mr. Cook said Tuesday morning in an email to staff members obtained by The New York Times. “John shares our commitment to privacy and our thoughtful approach as we make computers even smarter and more personal.” … [Read more...] about John Giannandrea Leaves Google To Join Apple