How does Google work? Officially, there’s a highly-secret algorithm that’s constantly being updated by some of the greatest minds in the world that can interpret text written from people of all backgrounds and show relevant results related to their query. Unofficially, it seems like it can be completely random. After all, a search for “best search engine” doesn’t go straight to the Google home page. Instead, it leads to a list of articles, with one of the top results being “14 Great Search Engines You Can Use Instead of Google.”Read More
If you let your car sit without doing any work on it, eventually it starts to act up. It might start drifting in one direction, take longer to start up in the morning, or make weird sounds. You wouldn’t want to go years without getting an oil change, rotating the tyres, or changing the fluids.
And you shouldn’t do it for your website either.Read More
With literally billions of searches done each day, Google is doing pretty well for itself. And with approximately 85% of the search engine market, other search engines are dwarves against the GIANT. It’s no surprise that the slang for finding information online is to Google it (Yahoo It! Nope, sorry Yahoo). In fact, Google has become such a big deal that there are Search Engine Optimisation companies dedicated solely to getting you to rank well on the search engine, some of which use… Unscrupulous means to force results--that almost always turn out to be short-term.Read More