Motorists and car insurance policy holders in America bought more cars in April 2013 than they have in any month in the past six years, prompting hopes that the country is now on track for a full economic recovery. 1.5 million vehicles were sold in the States in August – up by 17 per cent from the previous year – and all three US domestic carmakers have reported double-digit domestic sales increases in the month of August. America is the world’s second largest market for cars, but the sector has been badly affected by the financial crisis, with demand and consumer confidence dipping dramatically in recent years. But the rise in year-on-year car sales in the context of a general trend for upwards economic growth has made industry watchers optimistic.
Our President and CEO Pierre Zarokian recently wrote an article about a possible change in Bing’s policy to remove court-ordered defamatory content from websites.
Yelp has been accused over the years of everything from aggressive advertising to extortion by business owners across America. The website boasts 108 million monthly visitors and a total of 42 million reviews posted to date.
Pierre Zarokian, founder and president of Submit Express, is now launching his new firm Reputation Fighters. Offering superior online reputation management with over 14 years of experience, Reputation Fighters could be the boost that your business has been looking for.
Ripoff report is starting a new program in May called Ripoff Report Verified to give businesses the chance to resolve disputes in 14 days before negative reviews are posted for a hefty $90 per month. This may have a positive effect on their Google and Bing rankings.
If you’ve previously lived with topless or sexually suggestive images of you placed on the web due to an ex boyfriend, you understand exactly how shameful and out of hand the entire problem may feel.
If you haven’t heard, it’s rumored that Yahoo is going to buy out Tumblr. The growing site is a huge attraction to young people, something that Yahoo wants a piece of. However many critics of this deal fear that this is going to be the end of Tumblr.
The rise of social media has paved the way for a growing number of social media tools.
In a video published April 24, Matt Cutts addresses the question: Does linking two sites together violate Google’s guidelines?
During the SMX West panel in March, Matt Cutts announced that a major Penguin update will hit the web sometime in 2013. Penguin was designed to dock rankings for sites that violate Google’s quality guidelines or practice black hat SEO techniques; it’s also designed to reward sites with high quality content. The upcoming tweak is expected to be the biggest update to the algorithm this year. When will it roll out and what can you do to prepare?