Despite the results of the EU Referendum, General Data Protection Regulation is to be phased out over the next two years. Businesses are likely to feels the effects of this from 25th May 2018.
Last week, Google released a new addition to their mobile search results – rich cards. Primarily designed as an upgrade on standardised rich snippets, it is the tech giant’s hope that this new feature will ultimately improve the mobile search experience.
Google began to place manual actions on websites from the 9th April. You can check whether you have been sent an outbound link penalty via the Google Search Console message centre.
The latest update to Google’s mobile search algorithm will only further heighten the importance of having a mobile-friendly site.
In a move that’s sure to provoke its own response, Facebook have now released their ‘reactions’ feature to the world. Offering an additional five responses to the traditional ‘Like’ button, the changes are now expected to take a few days to rollout.
Google have confirmed that text ads will no longer be displayed in the right sidebar of their desktop search results. The announcement – which was made on Friday 19th February - represents a major shift in strategy from the tech giant.
We’re delighted to announce that we’ve been shortlisted for the 2015 Sheffield Business Awards. The nomination – which sees us recognised for ‘Best Use of Technology to Improve Business Performance’ - is a reflection of all the fantastic work the Evoluted team have put in over the past year.
The ultimate goal of your website should be to inform, engage and convert your customers. If they don’t stay on your site, this may be something that you find difficult to achieve. To avoid fleeting visits, there are a number of tricks that you can implement.
Insightful, eye-opening and highly-varied, Brighton SEO 2015 delivered in abundance. Held last Friday in the Brighton Dome, the event once more combined some of the biggest names from the world of digital marketing to great effect.
Facebook are set to integrate a ‘dislike’ button, CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced. The news was made public on Tuesday during a question and answer session, held at the headquarters of the social network in Menlo Park, California. Plenty of consideration has gone into the logistics of the soon-to-be-added feature, which is said to now be ‘very close’ to user testing.