27th May 2016 by Holly Kelly
Segmenting Functionality’s It has long been a pet hate of mine the ever missing feature in Bing that is the ability to segment the data. Well finally Bing has caught up with AdWords on this one. Over the last couple of months we have slowly started to see it creep into our accounts and we...Read...

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27th May 2016 by Ann Stanley
SMX London 2016 was as informative as ever, but with the added impetuous of a year full of announcements and changes in Google to fuel the presentations and expert panel (which I was privileged to be part of). I have provided some of the key takeways from the session I attended, which was the...

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25th May 2016 by Karan
At the end of last year, I wrote a blog post about the importance of video in 2015 and 2016. Since writing that post, we’ve seen a wealth of changes. Video marketing is developing at an incredible rate. This means that inevitably, there have been changes. Let’s take a look at some of them:...

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25th May 2016 by Holly Kelly
It’s the announcement the Paid Search team at Anicca have been waiting for since the shake-up to device targeting back in 2013 – Google is soon to allow individual bidding across all device types, with the option to select which device is your primary target; opening up a ‘mobile-first...

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20th May 2016 by Ed Truman
Google this month rolled out new improvements to the Search Console Report within Google Analytics. The new report allows the ability to display Search Console metrics (i.e your organic search data) alongside Google Analytics metrics in one combined report– giving you a full view of how your site...

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19th May 2016 by Harjeet
If you have not already heard, Google have made some pretty seismic changes to their search results recently. Talk has been rife since the 11th of May this year when webmasters started commenting on changes to the search column. Every facet of the search result page will be impacted by these...

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18th May 2016 by Sukh Singh
Google announced on Tuesday May 17th that it is introducing Rich Cards to the Google.com SERPs, initially only for mobile results and for two content categories; recipes and movies. Rich Cards takes the current Rich Snippets feature further, using your marked up content (with Schema) to display a...

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18th May 2016 by Holly Kelly
With more and more consumers becoming increasingly comfortable with the world of online shopping, it seems like a natural progression for Google to maximise on this. In response to this ever growing market Google has announced just ahead of its annual I/O developer conference, it has launched its...

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17th May 2016 by Holly Kelly
In the forever changing world of Google it is hard to keep up with all the new features and changes that are happening on a monthly, sometimes even daily basis – But don’t worry we’ve got your back. One of the latest arrivals in Google Beta is what is being referred to as both ‘Table...

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