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Google is by the far the largest search engine. No other platform comes close. However, social networks like Facebook are underestimated for their search engine abilities. Prior to 2013, Facebook’s search function only returned results based on existing pages. There wasn’t much logic in the algorithm. Then the network made refinements. It took pages, categories, […]Continue Reading >
The modern digital world, social media especially, is constantly changing. Keeping up with the never-ending stream of updates, announcements, and shifts within the digital marketing space can be daunting. Many changes are self-evident. For example, you log into your Facebook account and see a feature you've never noticed before. Others might be more complex… A […]Continue Reading >
Once your Google Ads campaign goes live, it might be tempting to head to Google, search a relevant keyword, and click on your ad. Well, resist this temptation. Doing so could make your campaigns less effective and more costly. Moreover, your individual search isn’t necessarily a representation of how your campaigns are performing on a […]Continue Reading >
The way we search for answers and recommendations has fundamentally changed. This is due to the emergence of smartphones, increased access to information, and other factors. “Googling it” is a common phrase in our vernacular and, according to a recent study, the average person will spend five years of their life browsing social media. It’s […]Continue Reading >
Fluctuations in your rankings can be panic-inducing. Watching your website drop in Google can seem alarming, as one small shift can prompt a noticeable difference in site traffic. But keep your cool. It happens to everyone. Search engine ranking fluctuations are quite common. In fact, it would be rare to see the top five rankings […]Continue Reading >