New gTLDs are Like Used Cars

There may be a couple exceptions which prove the rule, but new TLDs are generally an awful investment for everyone except the registry operator. Here is the short version… Imagine registering a domain for $10, building a business on it, and then learning the renewal fee will increase to hundreds of $ a year.— Elliot…

Three reasons for companies to consider using .brand TLDs

On February 28, 2017, ClickZ Intelligence presented the webinar ‘Still using .com? Here’s why 50% of all Fortune 500 companies are about to use .brand’ in association with Neustar. This article has been adapted from a post originally published on our sister website ClickZ. When asked why they were investigating the possibilities of .brand domains, more…

Search in Pics: Android ice sculpture, AMP team & cloud balloons

In this week’s Search In Pictures, here are the latest images culled from the web, showing what people eat at the search engine companies, how they play, who they meet, where they speak, what toys they have and more. Google line: Source: Instagram Google cloud balloons: Source: Twitter Google… Please visit Search Engine Land for…

What Happened When We “Un-optimized” Our Meta Data

Here at Seer, we take a human-first approach to pretty much everything we do: from the way we market our clients, to the benefits we offer to our own team members, and with the advice we share in the marketing community at conferences and on our blog.… The post What Happened When We “Un-optimized” Our…

“What The Hell Do We Do With LinkedIn?!” (Final Answer)

Even if you’re a social media whiz, LinkedIn can defy understanding. After all, it’s not like other social networks. Although it’s now got a lot more “social” in its features, and has recently refreshed parts of its interface so it […] Post from: Search Engine People SEO Blog “What The Hell Do We Do With…

Emoji appear in Google AdWords ads titles

Emoji have been spotted in the wild in Google AdWords ads titles, giving rise to speculation that this option may be rolled out globally for all advertisers soon. We have seen this before, although prior instances of emoji in AdWords seemed to be caused by a loophole that allowed certain character combinations to pass through Google…