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Google introduces rule to reward HTTPS sites, but does it work?
September 15th, 2014

If there’s one thing you can count on it’s that a Google algorithm update is never too far away. That’s something any website owner who values search engine position will know. And so we weren’t too surprised when last month Google announced that it was about to make algorithm tweaks to reward sites using encrypted Read the full article…

The first in a new series of SEO and Social Media based news round-ups.
The Ranking Solutions Weekly News Round-Up 1
September 12th, 2014

The end of a week allows one to eagerly anticipate the coming weekend. Will it be one full of debauchery and bad hangovers, or one of rest and relaxation? But the end of the week also brings forth the feelings of reflection, on what went on in the world that week. We at Ranking Solutions Read the full article…

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How Social Media Impacts SEO
September 10th, 2014

A look at how the ever growing Social Media affects the world of SEO. Features dancing.

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Google Pigeon – will it help or hinder your site?
September 3rd, 2014

We’ve come to expect Google changes on an almost daily basis, so nobody in the office were too shocked when rumours began to circulate last month of a major algorithm change relating to local search. And, like all major changes, it wasn’t long until the algorithm had an animal-inspired name – enter Google Pigeon.   Read the full article…

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Facebook to introduce tag feature to highlight satirical articles
August 18th, 2014

Reports suggest that Facebook is currently in the process of testing a newly created feature designed to stop its members from being duped by articles from satirical websites such as The Onion. The feature will allow people to tag satirical stories, making it easier for individuals to avoid confusing joke stories with actual news. The Read the full article…

Facebook reported to be working on new Snapchat alternative
May 22nd, 2014

Snapchat recently turned down Facebook’s $3 billion (£1.7 billion) offer to buy-out the company but is Facebook now working on a new rival to one of the world’s biggest apps? Apparntly so. Facebook are rumoured to be working on an app in which they are calling “Slingshot” and if rumours are correct it could be Read the full article…

Facebook Newswire finally launches
April 28th, 2014

According to Andy Mitchell, director of global media partnerships and news for Facebook, the social networking site officially launched FB Newswire last week, a feature comprised of hand-picked news stories from across the website. Facebook has been working with Storyful, a popular news provider that cumulates news spread on social networking websites, for some time Read the full article…

Facebook finally reaches 1 billion mobile users
April 28th, 2014

Facebook, the world’s biggest social networking website, recently announced that their website currently has more than 1 billion – that’s 1,000,000,000! – monthly active users on mobile devices. The announcement was made on Wednesday alongside their 1st quarter earnings, in which they also reported both a record number of total active users and record profits. Read the full article…

Mobiles & Tablets
The amount of paid search impressions showing on smartphones and tablets is on the rise.
April 23rd, 2014

It’s no secret that mobile search is becoming increasingly popular each and every day, but did you know that there is in fact reason to believe that in time it will be even more popular than desktop search? We’re not saying that this something in which is going to happen overnight and there is no Read the full article…

Have you got the Twitter design update yet?
February 27th, 2014

Twitter have updated the design of their website profiles and Tweets. Currently only select people have been hit with this update but it is certainly looking like it’s only a matter of time before it goes live for everyone. So far we have seen various reviews and they definitely seem to be mixed. Many people Read the full article…