As Wikipedia turns 20, we take a look at what SEOs can learn from the online encyclopaedia when it comes to internal linking, from structure, to anchor text.
Another My Five round up from the team at Browser Media. Including Valentine’s campaigns to nostalgia marketing, here’s what caught our eye this week.
It’s been a busy week! Check out what’s caught Sophie’s eye in this week’s My Five.
Google’s SERPs are invaded by massive ‘what is’ definitions. Is this happening for you?
A recent study suggests that Wikipedia ranks on page one for 99% of searches. A worthy achievement?
2011 statistics show a huge growth in social media usage when compared to last year.
Wikipedia has recently celebrated it’s 10th birthday and to celebrate, a video has been created to highlight the state of the site
Is Google to blame for the softening of our brains? Do search engines prevent us from being able to form our own opinions and beliefs? A look into the effect that the internet is having on our students.
Wikia search launches in alpha to a rapturous lack of applause. Only time will tell if the human edited search results will help improve the quality of the search results, but Google can rest easy for the immediate future.
Google introduces the knol – a unit of knowledge – and launches challenge to wikipedia. Google the content indexer becomes Google the content provider.