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Correlation Between Google Farmer Update and Social Media Buzz?

March 3rd, 2011
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Correlation Between Google Farmer Update and Social Media Buzz?

First of all I have to say that on the whole I see the Google Farmer update as a positive change, a move towards a better quality of search, but I say “on the whole” as there is no doubt some collateral damage in the so-called ‘War on Spam’. The power of the long tail, and Google’s drum banging of its “content is king” mantra spawned a whole era of netrepreneurs that saw the correlation... Read: Correlation Between Google Farmer Update and Social Media Buzz?

Finding and Using Free Images Online with SEO Benefits

March 2nd, 2011
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Finding and Using Free Images Online with SEO Benefits

If you run a business website or a blog, the chances are that you need to find images to use on them pretty regularly. This can be time consuming and sometimes expensive – stock images can vary from a few dollars (iStockPhoto) right up to a few thousand dollars (Getty Images). Of course you could steal them direct from Google Images (not a good idea!) or try taking your own photos, which can take up a... Read: Finding and Using Free Images Online with SEO Benefits

Our Recent Visit to the Distilled Pro Seminar Event

November 16th, 2010
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Our Recent Visit to the Distilled Pro Seminar Event

For the second consecutive year, we attended the Distilled Pro Seminar event – run in partnership with SEOmoz – which was held at the Congress Centre in London’s West End. Over the course of two days on the 25th & 26th October 2010 we heard presentations from some of the industry’s leading experts including representatives from the likes of the BBC. Whilst we were representing ourselves as a Digital Marketing Agency the event was without... Read: Our Recent Visit to the Distilled Pro Seminar Event

Mobile Content – NHS Direct Website

November 11th, 2010
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Mobile Content - NHS Direct Website

As web developers, designers and marketers, we often come across examples of websites that could’ve implemented a technology or process that little bit better. One example I came across the just other day is the NHS Direct website. I recently had cause to use the site, I wanted to call and speak to someone medically trained – my son was unwell and we wanted to rule out anything serious. I expect this is what many... Read: Mobile Content – NHS Direct Website

We’ve Launched 7 Great New Websites

September 28th, 2010
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We've Launched 7 Great New Websites

Great news! We’ve been busy working on lots of new sites for clients throughout August and September and we’ve launched 7 in the past month or so. They’re a real mixed bag in terms of industry and type of site. They include a full ecommerce site, a bespoke development, three content managed sites and two static HTML sites (by ‘static HTML’ we mean sites with no ecommerce or content management functionality). Here’s a short overview... Read: We’ve Launched 7 Great New Websites

Benefits of the New Twitter and Measuring Analytics

September 23rd, 2010
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Benefits of the New Twitter and Measuring Analytics

Twitter has generated a lot of talk recently in the social media world with the emergence of a new Twitter website and the worm attack it recently faced being the biggest talking points. A guide to the new Twitter On September 14th 2010, the Twitter HQ was a hive of activity. This was the event (live blogging by Tech Crunch) which introduced the new Twitter. At the event stats were given on Twitter’s growth: Since... Read: Benefits of the New Twitter and Measuring Analytics