I guess we’re all just too accustomed to unprincipled corporate greed, because this myth has remained for years.
“Does participating in Google’s AdWords help your non-Google AdWords rankings?”
The inference to that is the question:
“Does Google punish sites that don’t use Google AdWords ads (Google’s product) by lowering their rankings, thus encouraging engagement in AdWords where Google makes money?”
So the update we broke yesterday, that Google update that I said didn’t feel like Panda, is not Panda as I said. But Google did say that it was a normal “improvements to our search algorithms and the web is constantly evolving,” a Google spokesperson told me.
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Call it mobilepocalyse, mobilegeddon, mobocalypse or mopocalypse, Google’s big update on April 21 that will reward mobile-friendly pages is coming. If you’re not mobile-friendly, you could find some ranking drops. How to prepare?
“Planning to go mobile?” “Yes.” “So, it’s an App or a Website?” “Question Mark”
Today, when the App Stores on almost every OS are flooded with inestimable applications of every type, it is acceptable to understand that every organization will be willing to develop one. But for once, sit back and ponder, is mobile application the only resort for reaching out the masses? Is it really going to boost your sales or is just another cost enhancer? Isn’t there any other viable option that you can opt for?