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Our Analytics, SEO, Social Media and SEM Blogs provide an informal platform for us to share our insights on the digital media industry. Practically every member of the MoreVisibility team contributes to one or more of our blogs with their real-time, in the trenches strategies and observations. Our goal is to provide you with up-to-date information and trusted industry opinions on what's happening in search and beyond.

March 22 2007

GOOGLE LEADS COMSCORE SEARCH ENGINE RANKINGS

by MoreVisibility

Google sites made up 48.1% of the US search market in February, up 0.6 share points from the month before, maintaining its first place ranking, according to comScore. Followed by Yahoo, capturing 28.1% of US searches, and Microsoft sites that accounted for 10.5%.
March 21 2007

The Google Phone is Coming

by MoreVisibility

Google has been offering various applications for mobile devices, but it looks like they are about to get much more involved with the mobile industry. For months, there has been speculation that Google will enter the mobile phone arena, and now it looks like a reality — Google Exec confirms phone in the labs

Mobile Maps, Mobile email, and Mobile Search have been gaining traction recently, and Google’s entry into the mobile phone arena should only speed up the adoption of these newer technologies with the masses. In addition, Google will be sure to strike partnerships with mobile carriers, which should help to price the unit affordably.

Google’s decision to develop a mobile phone further validates the huge potential the Mobile Industry offers for online marketers.

March 21 2007

Linking Can Be Scary!

by MoreVisibility

Linking and link building can be scary stuff. Constantly, I hear people talk about being penalized for aggressive linking or getting into trouble by using link farms and link exchange programs that are just bad news. The question here is “How do I know if a link is one that will improve my rankings, or one that will end up causing irreparable damage?” In an effort to bring some clarity to a frustrating situation, I have listed below some things to look for when considering a link.

The thing to consider above all else is relevancy. In other words, is the site that I want to link to me somehow related to the content on the page? If not, forget it. Links from pages that are not related to your content in some way, are not going to be counted. Other things to consider include:

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