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Receiving the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Award in November for the third time in a row isn’t too shabby. But there’s more: Peak Ace AG is also one of the winners of the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Award, which is given to the fastest-growing technology companies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). This is the second time we’ve successfully

Peak Ace AG was selected as a Red Herring Top 100 Global at the 2016 Red Herring Global event in Marina Del Rey (California) last week. Red Herring announced its Top 100 Global in recognition of the leading private companies from North America, Europe, and Asia, celebrating these startups’ innovations and technologies across their respective industries. B

All good things hail from Berlin: At the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Awards in Frankfurt, Peak Ace was recognized as one of Germany’s fastest growing Tech companies for the third year in a row. After 2014 and 2015, we are delighted to be among the prize winners once again and feel validated in our growth strategy thanks to this repeated award. The Deloi

As most of you eventually know, we did a rebrand from Ads2people to Peak Ace a couple of months ago, on the 25th of August to be more specific. A day after we announced that we obviously also switched domains: The old domain – from that day onwards – started 301 redirecting to Needless to say that we implemented 1:1 redirects (sub-pages from the old domain pointing to the exact same page on the new domain). Plus to be super safe we also used Google Webmaster Tools to notify Google about our domain change (and even for a confirmation in the GWT message central). A couple of side notes before we continue: Usually one would suspect that this is absolutely good enough and rankings should start to appear for the new domain. This is a quick look into Searchmetrics: So far, so good – right? Well… from a ranking perspective this is all good; But index-wise, well… not really. So here is where it starts getting interesting. Have a look a

Last Friday, the 12th of September, the yearly “Brighton SEO Conference” took place. With 32 speakers, it was a full and interesting program! Unfortunately, due to the sheer number of people that showed up, a few of us were unable to attend two presentations (“Creativity and thinking skills” by Shelli Walsh and “The secret to newsworthy content” by Andy Miller) however, organizer of Brighton SEO Kelvin Newman tweeted out the following for those unlucky cats like me, who missed out: Below are some snapshots and key take aways from the speakers: Predicting the future of Google, and why it’s no longer a search company, by Ian Miller Ian Miller started the day of by looking at the various companies that Google has bought and looking at a possible future for Google and how this will influence the way we search. In summary, Google obtains valuable data not only through their own products (Google Analytics, Google Chrome, Google Gmail etc.) but also by buying compan