BOULDER, CO — In honor of its five year anniversary, SEO marketing firm Master Google is holding a special 10% discount throughout October for new clients. Master Google will extend its 10% discount for its two paid services, Top of Google and 1st Page of Google.
“There’s no better way to celebrate Master Google’s five year anniversary than to spread the joy and excitement we have to others,” said Master Google President Ali Husayni. “With a great staff delivering a great SEO service to great clients, we have little to complain about. Now with our 10% discount, we’d like to give back and bring even more people into the Master Google family.” Read more…
Master Google, a leading company in SEO for Google, has added a new service to two of its most popular packages. Master Google now submits content to many media sources Google News pulls content from.
This addition will enhance the Web site popularity of Master Google’s clients and help increase their rankings in Google searches.
After months of developing relationships and connections with media outlets throughout the world, Master Google is adding Google News to its Top of Google and 1st Page of Google services without increasing the cost. This means that any press releases, articles, or other qualified materials distributed to these media sources will be candidates in news feeds and news searches conducted by Google News users. Read more…
How does a savvy company use Google to its benefit? Successful Web sites can often attribute their success to a good position on Google organic search results, but that is not the only resource available. There are five main Google resources that businesses jockey for position in. These resources include a Google’s organic search results, Google Sponsored Links, Google’s Local Listings, Google News, and Google Products. Read more…
Lately, I’ve seen many tests performed to compare Google vs. Bing. After all, Microsoft claims Bing’s a better search engine. But to the contrary Google remains the strong winner of almost any kind of test or survey.
The latest “test” was performed by uTest, in which the contesters looked for “bugs” in all three major search engines. Google came out the cleanest and Bing with the most bugs.
Courtesy of azam.info
Last month, CNetreported that Linux users prefer Google more than the other operating system users (Linux users are the smartest computer users after all – I’m not one of them though; I like my Mac Book Pro… …).
Within one month of the launch of MasterGoogle.com, we received over 100 applicants who were interested in our SEO services with Free SEO being the hot topic.
Most who were interested in the Free SEO were start up companies, blogs and non-profit organizations – and that’s exactly what we were hoping for. We wanted to give back something to those who cannot afford or are wary of full SEO packages.
We accepted 20 Free SEO applications and optimized the Web sites (some still in the queue). In some cases, the site’s rankings improved on Google search results within days.
We intend to optimize up to 30 Web sites per month for free. Read more…
Once again, Google has increased its online search market share to a total of 67.5% in July 2009, according to comScore. It’s followed by Yahoo! with 7.8%. China’s Baidu now ranks 3rd with a 7% market share then is Microsoft with a 2.9% share.
The total online search market has grown 41% since last year with over 113 billion searches conducted in July.
The study also shows that each person who has access to the Internet on average conducted 103.3 searches in the one month period.
The implications are as follows:
Google is now stronger than ever with almost a complete dominance on the search market. So, to increase your site’s traffic, it’s vital your site has a presence on Google.
Microsoft’s Bing was not able to help the company’s market share – thus billions of dollars gone to waste along with the company’s reputation – whatever was left of it.
More people are going online to search for products and services making SEO that much more important. It’s obvious that any business needs to have a presence on the Internet to increase its sales.
|Worldwide Search Market Overview
July 2009 vs. July 2008
Total Worldwide – Age 15+, Home/Work Locations
Source: comScore qSearch