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The first in a new series of SEO and Social Media based news round-ups.
Google calls time on ‘Toolbar PageRank’
October 17th, 2014

Search engine giant Google have announced that Toolbar PageRank – a PageRank indicator found in Google Toolbar – is unlikely to be updated again. In recent years the toolbar, once a favourite amongst SEOs because of its public insights into PR, has steadily but surely had updates dry up over the last few years. In Read the full article…

The first in a new series of SEO and Social Media based news round-ups.
Catering to mobile users – could it help your rankings?
October 14th, 2014

An announcement by Barry Schwartz of Search Engine Land has added credence to the widely held belief in the search engine optimisation world that Google is increasingly taking the experience of mobile users into account, more favourably ranking websites which are geared towards a responsive browsing experience.         It was established in Read the full article…

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The Ranking Solutions Weekly News Round-Up 3
September 26th, 2014

The coolest brand in the UK has been all over the news this week. Apple seem to be getting a heavy dose of the good, the bad and the bendy when it comes to the news, and while they say you should eat an apple a day to keep the doctor at bay, two doses 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 2
September 20th, 2014

Last weeks Ranking Solutions Weekly Round-up wasn’t just a one off, a feature to be forgotten as quickly as it was introduced. We’re back with another choice selection of SEO and Social Media based news, delving into a hot topic only the lucky ones can truly escape from, a news story about news stories and Read the full article…

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Ranking Solutions And The World Of SEO
September 17th, 2014

At Ranking Solutions, it’s our job to provide the service of pulling your website out from the shadows and flinging it into the sun. The sun being a high ranking on numerous search engines. It takes a great deal of care and knowledge to do this, involving Pay Per Click Management, Social Media Engagement, Web Read the full article…

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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…

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