Managing your website with Search Console Search Console provides reporting, webmaster tools, and useful suggestions and resources to help get your content on Google Search. You can use Search Console for both websites and for apps. Sign up for Google Search Console if you haven’t already: it’s easy and it’s free. Daily Search Console reviews Google Search Console will […]
How do I add my business to Google Maps? Google Maps is now part of the Google My Business dashboard – Google’s dashboard for managing and tracking your online presence. This includes Google Local (Google Maps), Google+, Google Analytics and also Google Adwords. As you’re looking to set up your Google Business listing, do remember […]
Moving to a .UK domain name I have been thinking about moving my website from “laurencecaro.co.uk” to “carocreative.uk” for some time now and have finally managed to do so this weekend. Everything so far has gone well and Google has already started indexing my new domain. I think I’ll enjoy using carocreative.uk as my domain […]
How does Google Pigeon impact local search queries? Google’s latest local algorithm update, “Pigeon”, took off in late July, 2014, affecting U.S. English queries. Local business website owners have been scrambling to adjust, as some deal with the fact that they’re no longer showing in the seven-pack local results at all. Indeed, some are referring […]
The new scent-sation in search Coming to your senses: go beyond type, talk, and touch for a new notation of sensation. Your internet sommelier: expertly curated Knowledge Panels pair images, descriptions, and aromas. Take a whiff: the Google Aromabase – 15M+ scentibytes. Don’t ask, don’t smell: For when you’re wary of your query – SafeSearch included. Google NoseBETA leverages new and […]
This post was written by Amanda at Web Marketing Group. The author’s views below are entirely their own and may not reflect the views of Laurence Caro. Is Google launching penguin updates without informing us? Google pushing penguin updates without announcing them to the world, has been the latest conspiracy theory cooked up by nervous […]
Google Analytics is a fantastic piece of free on-line software which allows you to do a variety of research into your website visitor data. The information it provides is often overlooked by many users which can be a shame considering with just a few minutes a week reviewing the software you can potentially triple the traffic to your […]
Shop with confidence with Google Trusted Stores The Google Trusted Stores program helps shoppers feel confident in their purchases across the web. Google allows merchants who meet certain shipping and customer service performance metrics to participate in this free program. Participating merchants display the Google Trusted Store badge on their web sites. Opt in for Free Purchase Protection […]
My Day At The Google Engage For Agencies Event Yesterday I attended my first Google Engage For Agencies Event at One Marylebone, London. The event was featured some great speakers covering a variety of different topics such as Best Practices For Mobile, Understanding Social, Key Adword Features For 2013 and much more. You can see the […]
Google Maps Now Providing Virtual Tours Inside Buildings Google Maps are now apparently venturing into buildings, with a foray into businesses letting you nose around behind the front doors of high street shops.Business Photos on StreetView allow you to use the now familiar arrows to wander into the store and take a look around.There’s a […]
Google Shopping No Longer Shows Weapons In Results The company has notified sellers that it has updated its policy on what results will be displayed inGoogleShopping. Our Company has a strong culture and values, and weve chosen not to allow ads that promote products and services that are incompatible with these values, wrote Google. Weapons […]
While the SEO industry has spent years decrying how well Wikipedia seems to dominate Googles rankings, it may be that Amazon.com is the real king of visibility.For most of the past 18 months or so, Amazon has shown up on the first page of Google search results more often than Wikipedia and currently lands on […]
Mini Feasts, a new food start-up in Oxfordshire required a WordPress/ WooCommerce web design to promote their edible insects that they sell online in the UK. This WooCommerce website is SEO optimised to help generate traffic and sales.
Holly Spengler Photography required a WordPress web design to promote their Photography services in the Banbury, Oxfordshire area. The website is SEO optimised to help generate traffic and new enquiries.