Google has made a lot of changes over the years. And despite the fact that some of these changes have been labelled as furry cuddly animals (Pandas and Penguins), the changes have been anything but cute. For many, many [...]
Anyone who has previously worked in a sales capacity knows the meaning of "buying signals". For those of you who aren't familiar with the term, it means the little signals people give when they're ready to make a purchase, and [...]
Hummingbird may very well be the most dramatic rewrite of Google's search algorithm since 2001, according to Google search chief Amit Singhal. Why then, has there been so little buzz surrounding it? Google announced Hummingbird last Thursday, and if [...]
Long gone are the days when a Client signs on the dotted line, hands over the keys to the site to an SEO company, and goes about their merry way (never giving a second thought to their SEO). Those were [...]
Its true! Its called 'Amex Sync' and its a joint project between American Express and Twitter (as announced here). It requires that you Synchronise your American Express card with your Twitter account, much like you would a quick pay gas [...]
SEP CEO Jeff Quipp gives an impromptu interview on the tradeshow floor at SES Toronto 2012.
Media release For immediate delivery (AJAX, ON DECEMBER 5, 2011) Search Engine People, has been named the top Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Pay-Per-Click (PPC) Management Company in Canada by Topseos.com, the independent authority on search vendors. The Topseos.com lists [...]
People at SEP are into their jobs. How much? Just see what they do when they're not in the office!
Searchers can identify those companies with "questionable intent", by looking at reviews of a company. In doing so, many businesses are failing to keep up with the times, and adapt what they optimize their sites for within search engines.
Interesting facts about ratings and reviews with recommendations about how these findings can be utilized for maximum benefit.