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    Google Search Gets It Wrong but Your Mamma Has the Solution!

    July 30, 2015
    Google is the undisputed leader in the internet search market.  Depending on which statistics you access Google has roughly 70 – 74% of the market share on any given day. Depending on whose numbers you believe, arguably ninety percent of product and information searches begin and end on search engines.  So one would draw as a logical conclusion that you could find anything you needed on Google right?  WRONG … and here’s where your mom is smarter than Google.           If you were born before 1985 chances are you used some form of an alphabetized list to look up a product or service. For most, including your mom, the most reliable source was the Yellow Pages. Every business that had a phone number was listed under a category of their choosing. Those that could afford it had larger listings, pictures or illustrations. But this type of listing was problematic because the businesses that could afford larger, more prominent listings weren’t always the best in terms of service or quality. Additionally those businesses that started with the letter “A” were listed first resulting in an unfair advantage. So naturally when Google came along with a more equitable solution everyone jumped on the bandwagon.  And the world was a better place for long time.  Being on page one of the search engine results leveled the playing field for the little guy.  If you did a good job and built your website correctly Google and other search engines rewarded you with lots of leads or attention to the information displayed. And then came us evil search engine optimization specialists.  Once again the combination of skill, greed and capitalism drastically changed the game.  The very best search results are often nowhere to be found.  Or at least they are buried so far back on the search engine pages that you can’t find them.  Those that can afford an SEO company like CCP Web Design are more likely to be on page one than companies that do not have the means to invest in their digital marketing.  If you are searching for a particular product or service and want a clear representation of ALL available businesses in a category you may not find them on Google.  And you definitely won’t find them on page one.  You would be better off asking your momma for an old copy of the Yellow Pages. I experimented with this trend before I opened by big Google-bashing mouth.  Read on for the details of this case study  ….  Recently I wanted to rent a golf cart when I stayed at a property on the Isle of Palms in South Carolina.  I googled “golf carts for rent wild dunes”.  There were a few golf cart rental businesses on the first few pages but overwhelmingly those pages were populated by sites that had been “optimized” to show up first even though they did not rent carts.  Tripadvisor, golf resorts, vrbo, vacation planners, flipkey, seafood and a number of aggregate sites

    What Does Sentiment Have to do With Artificial Intelligence and SEO?

    May 7, 2015
    The emotional and often subtle conveyance of human sentiment is where the artificial intelligence algorithms fall short.

    The future of search, Artificial Intelligence, is here. It’s now.

    April 22, 2015
    Nicola Tilley explained this best in a she article produced on February 25, 2015.  Here’s a summary … At the Tomorrow Technology Conference last year Google’s A.I. played a video game called Breakout (it’s kind of like Pong).  The object of the game is to knock bricks from a wall by hitting a ball against it. After half an hour of play, the A.I. program is doing well.  It is trying to move its paddle toward the ball, apparently grasping the rudiments of the game. After another thirty minutes, two hundred rounds in, the A.I. has become a talented amateur: it misses the ball only every third or fourth time. Then something happens. By the three hundredth game, the A.I. has stopped missing the ball. The A.I. uses four quick rebounds to drill a hole through the left-hand side of the wall above it. Then it executes a killer bank shot, driving the ball into the hole and through to the other side, where it ricochets back and forth, destroying the entire wall from within. Hours after encountering its first video game, and without any human coaching, the A.I. has not only become better than any human player but has also discovered a way to win that its creator never imagined. Wow!  Pretty cool stuff right.  And it’s a part of our daily lives already.  I suspect Google has been applying A.I. to their algorithm long before they quietly announced it to the world.  It has been overshadowed by the ridiculously hyped news regarding mobile website search.  But I noticed.  And I am guessing that most good SEOs did as well.  The change in search has been less than subtle.  And it’s not because Google A.I. can now read and understand material; it’s because Google A.I. can learn material on the web. Need proof?  Take a look at how Google Analytics has changed.  In January 2015 Google added query information to GA.  Only it’s not the old “keyword” data that they used to provide.  Watch your query information for a few months and you can see how Google is bringing more and more long-tail queries about your subject matter.  It’s learning your site.  It’s bringing an audience to your site because it’s learning about the people that are searching.  It’s the most complex video game on the planet!