It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas here in Glasgow. It’s absolutely freezing this morning, the level of festively decorated treats is on the upswing and everyone is quick to huddle around their coffee mugs as soon as they get indoors.With Bing trying to be more mobile, Yahoo trying to charm a fox and Twitter becoming its own encyclopaedia here’s what the wider world of Digital Marketing has to offer us this morning.
Bing is coming out right out with phones swinging by telling everyone that mobile rankings are a factor for their engine:
Bing gives insights on mobile rankings: http://t.co/0WWtf5GdUZ
— Luis Navarrete (@Luis_Navarrete) November 21, 2014
Yahoo is now going to be the default search engine for Mozilla Firefox starting next week. We predict a lot of stressed American shoppers trying to grab Black Friday deals.
http://t.co/w8IhbqlgNq Firefox is switching from Google to Yahoo for it’s default search engine. Money driven decision, not good for users.
— Chrisensible (@onion2k) November 24, 2014
Always worth checking if you’re affected by even the smallest of problems on WordPress sites:
— Kaspersky Lab (@kaspersky) November 21, 2014
We can’t tell if this is a good thing, or a massive time waste down a wiki-esque rabbit hole.
Every Tweet ever—over half a trillion!—now in the Twitter search index. An amazing repository of human experience. https://t.co/oxolitPC0m
— Kevin Weil (@kevinweil) November 18, 2014
And it case you missed it last week, our 2nd BDX event took place at The Butterfly & Pig. Look at all the pretty pictures from that here:
— BDX Events (@BDX_Events) November 21, 2014