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Research: As many as 95 percent of Top 50 Retailers Lack Deeplink Support in their Mobile Apps

August 4, 2014 |

New research from Pure Oxygen Labs reveals a stunning lack of deeplink support across the top 50 retailers’[1] mobile apps. Deeplinks, like those created by URLgenius and others, make it easy to send people directly into an app – be it a … Read More

Deeplinking Beyond Facebook App Links

July 4, 2014 |

Earlier this week, Facebook announced a new enhancement to its App Link technology. Connecting between a Facebook ad or post into an app is now easier.

While this announcement certainly drives momentum for deeplinking and is great for Facebook in … Read More

New Mobile SEO Penalties from Google and How to Avoid “Try Anyway” with 3 Helpful Tips

June 5, 2014 |

Today, Google rolled out a new sort of mobile SEO penalty that punishes companies that have mobile websites with irrelevant redirects. Google will start placing a “searcher beware” warning label on their listings. This is a new penalty specifically for … Read More

LinkedIn Problem Solved!

May 16, 2014 |

UPDATE: August 2014 On May 16, 2014, Pure Oxygen Labs rolled out a solution to the frustrating problem of broken mobile profile links on LinkedIn. Unfortunately, LinkedIn has since disallowed independent solution providers like URLgenius from improving on this user experience. As … Read More

Brainy New Tools for Managing iOS & Android App Deep-Links

May 1, 2014 |

One of the ways URLgenius helps mobile marketers is by enabling them to create targeted deep-links for any social media (or custom iOS / Android) app. This enables marketers, particularly those who are new to deep-linking, to get a feel … Read More

Deep-Linking into Facebook “Pages” on Android… #ForTheLike

May 1, 2014 |

Today we’re releasing improved URLgenius support for deep-linking Android users into Facebook “Pages” inside the Facebook app.

In our initial release, we enabled basic deep-linking into Pages within the Facebook app via a single URL scheme served to both … Read More

New Feature: Facebook Business Pages Get Genius-ified

April 8, 2014 | | 1 Comment

Last night, we released an upgrade to URLgenius extending app-detection and deep-link support for millions of Facebook business pages. Our original rollout supported only Facebook profile pages, but hey, geniuses never sleep.

Now, those of you that … Read More

86% of Mobile Time Spent In Apps. So What’s Your Deep Linking Strategy?

April 3, 2014 |

The other day, Flurry announced new research that solidified the dominant position apps have taken just 6 years into the mobile revolution.

According to the findings, Android and iOS users spend 32% of their app time playing games, … Read More

Say Hello to URLgenius

February 11, 2014 |

What do you get when you combine deep-linking capabilities with device-aware, app-friendly technology? Our newest creation, URLgenius.

Fresh from the Pure Oxygen Lab and into public beta, you can now convert your social profile links into app-seeking … Read More

Research: 1 in 5 Retailers Serving up Mobile Search Errors to Holiday Shoppers

November 21, 2013 | | 1 Comment

Today we are releasing a complimentary new research report (request a copy) focused on a unique mobile-specific issue that could impact mobile commerce this holiday season for some of the 75% of retailers that provide dedicated mobile sites.

Debunking the “Responsive Design = SEO” Myths

November 1, 2013 | | 1 Comment

Over the past 6 months, Google has announced and unveiled significant changes to its smartphone algorithm, sending waves of media coverage and speculation across the online world. As with most big moves by the search giant, a rush of … Read More

Research: Two-Thirds of the Fortune 100 are not Mobile-Optimized for Google

June 25, 2013 | | 37 Comments

Based on impending changes to Google’s search algorithm for mobile, we assessed the top 100 Fortune 500 companies to see how those companies would fare if Google’s changes went into effect today. Today, we are sharing the results of … Read More