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It’s the end of November and this is usually the time when we all start to see those “Review of the Year” type posts or “My Favourite Google Update in 2012”. So I naturally thought I would think about my review of 2012 to see if there was anything I could add to the mix.
No I’m not a relative, I’m not even a fan, I could only name you around three of his songs at the most; no it’s just that I’m also Andy Williams.
There is a mythical being in the Digital Marketing world. Most of us have encountered him, some may have even heard his voice during a brief one-off phone call but none of us have ever seen or met him.
If there were still people out there unconvinced as to how big a part Google + was going to play in the big Google shake up then the latest in a string of big updates (from Google) should finally give the biggest indication yet.
As most of you will be aware, there’s been quite a few updates from Google recently, especially with Penguin taking the headlines at the moment. There was an update back in February called the Venice update, and this had 40 different algorithms updates within it. There is one in particular that I’d like to look at today that I think has passed quite a few people by, and that’s the improved local results section of this update.
Shopping online has become part of everyday life. The simplicity of being able to log onto the internet and buy what you need instead of making a round trip to the shops means that more and more shops are going online.