Author Archives: Liam Lally

  There are now over 250 Million people who have upgraded to Google+ 150 Million of these are ACTIVE monthly users. 50% of Google+ users sign in on a daily basis. Of the users that do sign in, more use Google+ via a mobile device than a desktop PC. Google+ for Tablets has been announced […]

Read more

Matt Cutts (head of Google’s Spam team) has recently added a new video to YouTube explaining how Google uses “Human Raters” to help with improving their search results. He explains it much better than me below: Not sure about you, but I found it fascinating how Google are continually trying to improve the search results […]

Read more

Over the last month it appears that Google have been rolling out changes to their algorithm that is specifically aimed at websites that have  been able to rank highly in the natural search results as a direct result of having thousands of links coming into (or being shared throughout) their website.  To save me some […]

Read more

I have looking into Pinterest more and more this month and have been extremely surprised at the level of engagement I am finding from this new(ish) Social Media Platform. Let me share a few (basic) statistics I have found so far (especially when I am comparing this to Twitter) – first up is my Google […]

Read more

My favorite blog posts are the one’s I can reuse in a fraction of a second, yet prove to be REALLY, REALLY useful!! Below is a Facebook Timeline For Business “Cheat Sheet” – please share if you like it 🙂 Facebook Page Timeline Design Cheat Sheet From: HubSpot Marketing Software

Read more

Announced today (16th March 2012) by Barry Schwartz on the Search Engine Round Table website, Matt Cutts can be heard “announcing” that Google will “target” overly optimized websites within the next 3 weeks. So what are the reasons why Google would want to do this? Well firstly, the problem with SEO (and this is coming […]

Read more

Wow – 12 months have passed since my last update on how I was doing with my keyword “SEO Lincolnshire” experiment – and since that last post (when I was 3rd for the phrase), I had moved up to 2nd in Google for most of 2011. Finally I have managed to claim that top spot […]

Read more