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June 2015

Google to warn against unresponsive web design?

Google

‘Responsive web design’ has been one of the buzz terms of 2015 for SEO, particularly since Google’s so-called Mobilegeddon update, which penalised the rankings of websites that do not display well on mobile devices, when they appear in search results on those devices. Now it seems like Google are going further to flag up unresponsive… more »

Bing adopts https – there goes the keyword data

Bing

The great ‘not provided’ purge of keyword data when Google made the move to ‘https’ encrypted search traffic by default was the scourge of SEO managers everywhere, but until now Bing has continued to pass keyword data through to analytics platforms, providing a smaller snapshot of search performance. That is about to change – in… more »

Twitter removes 140-character limit from DMs

Twitter

The 140-character limit on tweets is what earned Twitter its original description as a ‘microblogging’ network, as well as being a unique and fundamental aspect of the social network throughout its history. But that could be about to change – at least in direct messages, the private person-to-person messaging element of Twitter. Direct messages, or… more »

Is Google+ Dead Yet?

Google Plus

Visit the Google homepage while logged into your Google+ account, and you might notice a change (although the truth is, a lot of people won’t even have noticed it). That is because where your name appears at the top-right of the homepage, it is now just plain text – it no longer links you through… more »