It’s how you find the telephone number of your favorite pizza joint, it’s how you reconnect with long-lost relatives, it’s how you learn about things never taught in school textbooks — it’s Google Search. Google Search has revolutionized the way we access information, and they’ve just launched two tools that will make the information-seeking experience […]
For businesses without a storefront, local search can get tricky. Google wants to avoid a business appearing in search results if that business does not have a physical location in the city searched. They address this in the Google Places Quality Guidelines, where they disallow PO boxes and fake addresses. The only known exception to […]
In our world at Turn The Page, the annual Google I/O conference is headlining news. We’re following the announcements and preparing for big changes. Google I/O began on Wednesday in San Francisco. The three day conference for software developers features the newest software for Android phones, updated apps, user experience improvements, and much, much more. […]
When launching your startup, you likely know you need a strong web presence but you’re lost on where to start. We’ve prioritized the steps you need to take while getting established: Register a domain name. The next step after creating a name for your business should be registering the domain. Registering your domain is […]
If you haven’t heard, we’ve recently said goodbye to Google Places and hello to Google Plus Local. At Turn the Page, we’ve anticipated this merge for months assuming that Google+ would become more relevant for local search. The time has come and we are busy making the most of these changes for our clients. Local […]
If you’re not using Google Authorship to help your website get more traffic from Google, maybe it’s time you took a closer look. Google Authorship made its debut at the end of 2011 and since then we’ve seen an increasing number of established bloggers and companies embracing its benefits. Let’s take a look at Authorship […]
Facebook Search Graph could be a winner – the defining element of Search Graph is that people searching for the same thing will truly see different results.
Google makes more changes to its local directories…
Keeping content varied across social media platforms will keep interest in what you have to say.
SEO has changed and if you get in front of the curve your business can benefit.