The Launch of the Smart Friend lists by Facebook

Facebook is known for constantly updating and improving its site due to the high volume of traffic and constant additions people make to their social networking page. Improvements are usually implemented without question and before you know it, you’re use to the new layout and can’t even remember how you survived using the old format.

Facebook vs Google: The next steps

Facebook have taken the next step in their battle for social-networking supremacy against Google+. Their latest update sees the inclusion of a new and very Google Plus-esque status box, in which users can now geo-tag their location and, most importantly, select specifically which friend groups are allowed to see it. Those that have recently jumped

Are Social Plugins Changing SEO?

With the recent rise in social media integration across the web, particularly Google’s new +1 feature, it was feared that much SEO practice would soon become ineffective. According to the June/July 2011 SocialShare Site Analysis from BrightEdge, a report listing the extent to which social plugins are integrated on the 10,000 most popular sites on

SEO vs Google Plus One

When Google first released the +1 feature, it was difficult to imagine users finding the incentive to actively give websites their approval, so the implications for SEO may have been understated. It seemed as though it was simply an attempt to match Facebook’s advantage over them in online marketing and garner the focused information that