In the early days of online marketing, old search engine optimization (SEO) strategies focused on the most significant factor during that time: link
Ask.com has released its top search terms and questions for 2013, mostly connected to names and events related to popular personalities and
Google wants to provide more help than what its search engine currently does, so it came up with a product that allows human experts to answers questions using a new real-time online video streaming
Looking for a surefire way to boost your website to the first page and even the first entry for a certain search query?
This infographic suggests that you need essentially just three things. These are content marketing, social media and SEO.
In a nutshell, this says that when these three things work together, great results can be achieved.
As we have also been saying here on Social Barrel for a long time, “It all starts with content”. If we were to revise that, we’d say “It all starts …
Optimizing the landing page of a website is a simple yet efficient method for any business to improve return on investment for spending in an online marketing campaign. It can considerably upturn overall
Duplicate content is something every webmaster has to remain vigilant against. There are a number of different duplicate content problems you’ll have to deal with. In some cases, you’ll have to deal with the prospect of copying an entire web page. Sometimes, it’s just a few lines that have caught you out. These problems are separated into on- and off-domain issues. Here’s a description of what each of these issues
Visibility on search engines is vital online, but choosing among SEOs is obscure. Most small businesses look for local web service companies, whereas national and global companies hire large online marketing
Google’s newest search algorithm, Hummingbird, represents the biggest revision in the way the search giant operates since 2001. That’s daunting news for businesses that have been working hard to rank well in Google’s listings over the past few years. Naturally, companies that operate major online marketing campaigns are left wondering what sort of changes they’ll need to implement in order to stay
The biological father of one of the world’s internet billionaires was oblivious to the fact that his son has amassed a massive fortune until recently.
That is according to an excerpt from the new book “The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon” which chronicles the rise of the Amazon empire as led by its infamously clever CEO.
Brad Stone, the author of the book and writing for BusinessWeek, tells of how he found and told a man named Ted Jorgensen that the child he fathered …