You’ve probably noticed today’s Google Doodle in celebration of its 13th birthday. That’s right! Google is now officially a teenager. Let’s hope it manages to evade the hormonal temper tantrums and spotty face.
We won’t rehash the timeline here – they did a fantastic job of that to mark their 10th birthday with their own Google Timeline. So instead of looking back over 13 years of ups and downs, bad decisions and good decisions we’re looking instead at what we hope Google achieves before its 18th birthday!
Some of these might be a little bit, erm, sci-fi, but here are the features some of the Tecmark team would like to see implemented before Google turns 18.
What do you reckon our chances are?
Get 123 pages of expert advice straight to your inbox.
About the Author
Stacey joined us in 2009 as a junior copywriter; now she’s a recognised figure on the global speaking circuit, having wowed audiences in the UK, Europe and US – including at MozCon 2014. She leads our search team and works with clients to deliver high-level campaign strategies.Visit Stacey's Page
Savvy businesses who rely on local search will already be well aware that the key to getting new customers into their stores is by increasing their online visibility; making sure they can be ‘seen’ by anyone who happens to search for ‘jewellers near me’ or ‘closest cinema’. Thankfully there has also been a number of […]
Have you ever struggled with idea generation? There is a constant demand to stay ahead of competitors in any industry you might find yourself in. One of the fundamental ways of doing this is to remain innovative; challenging your business with new answers to existing questions and adapting to major changes within your own industry […]
Despite online sales soaring for most big multi-channel businesses, it has been predicted by Accenture that the “brick-and-mortar store will continue to make the largest revenue contribution until at least 2026”. This directly ties to the importance of local search, allowing businesses to be found easily online, which translates to a store visit and subsequent […]