The growth of social media is resulting in more news stories being broken via sites such as Twitter and Facebook – how is this affecting official news channels?
Browser Media appoints Graham Ruddick as a non executive director. Who is Graham and what will he bring to the agency?
When PPC advertising goes wrong… Not that dramatic, but a good example of a missed opportunity in paid search.
After much anticipation, Google+ business pages launched this week – so what’s all the fuss about?
After months of testing, Google has officially rolled out ads at the bottom of it’s SERPs
Earlier this year Google announced it was going to apply costs and limitations to the Maps API – that time has come
The Guardian has rolled out @GuardianTagBot – a Twitter account that users can ‘tweet’ to find out latest news about any given subject
A new partnership between Twitter and the X Factor USA allows users to vote via a tweet – a shift for the good?
Google attracts a lot of hatred with announcement that searches will be encrypted if logged in. What is the real reason behind this move if it only applies to organic search?
The number of people who use Twitter has grown to 100 million, half of whom login daily.
September 2011 search engine market share data shows Google has regained growth after a slight drop in August.
Are blogs the secret to success or totally over-hyped? See what extra effort on our blog delivered in terms of organic search traffic for Browser Media.