The new Google Caffine engine may well spell changes for SEO and website design work as the new search algorithms take more note of social networking and videos than just plain ol’ text and images. This shakeup could spell intresting times for those people who are in the market of online marketing. The test site is up but you can checkout a side-by-side comparison here. More info on Matt Cutts blog and on the Google Webmaster blog. CMS web specailists like us will have to supply the easy to use tools that will allow the customers to keep ahead of the competion by uploading vids, demos, and getting those followers and retweets.
The social media portals are becoming more and more important as time goes on as you customers and friends don’t have to mess around with RSS or visiting your site, it arrives at thier social hub. The blistering growth of twitter and the fact that facebook is the most viewed site in the UK make these tools very useful for small businesses.
Breeze is a Content Management Web site tool we’ve developed to produce quality websites for people very quickly which can then be easily maintained by the prospected client. These web sites can be tuned to any particular requirement and can be designed to suit the customer’s company and logos.
- Local Authorities
- Regional Government
- Central Government
- Independent Grant Administrators
- European Sources
BeInspired09 – Well done Business Link!
I thoroughly enjoyed it and not just for the free gifts that were lavished out. This was excellent for local small Business and I hope it becomes a regular occurrence.
The Microsoft talk was mired in technical mishaps but the gist of web/mail/hosting/SaaS convergence was well understood and was on the money.
You could see where the the path was leading. The “traditional” marketeers looked a bit sorry for themselves whereas the web design company talk on SEO was playing to a packed house. Everyone was feverishly scribbling down everything that was said.
I really must finish the SEO and SEM marketing guide that I have been putting together as people obviously love plain English guides to optimising thier website for organic rankings. I guess in these tight times people are less willing to finance Pay Per Click (PPC) ads!