As one of the biggest names online, it made sense to celebrate one of the biggest names offline – with Google’s latest doodle honouring the 96th birthday of the revolutionary South African president and anti-apartheid icon, Nelson Mandela. Affectionately known as Madiba, this political visionary did more than lead a nation – he stood up […]… Read Article
What do a panda and a penguin have in common? Other than beginning with ‘p’, they also share the same digital presence – in the form of the infamous algorithm updates, courtesy of Google. While the updates go by the moniker of well-loved creatures, unfortunately these animal-themed updates are often met with confusion and dread […]… Read Article
Manchester has long been the home of an innovative idea – mention the greats of Alan Turing and Sir John Alcock, and it’s not surprising to see why this city has become one of the most coveted locations in the UK. That’s why as we sat in the award-winning eco-inspired headquarters of Manchester Metropolitan University’s […]… Read Article
In a bid to compete with reviewing services such as Yelp and bring local business ratings and reviews under the Google+ branding, Google pushed out its City Experts program last year. The concept was simple: to encourage city socialites to review local establishments. As a reward, reviewers received exclusive access to events, goodies and a […]… Read Article
Ever since Penguin rolled out, there has been a lot of concern from the SEO community about the potential for “negative SEO”. SEOs like myself have been kept awake at night with imaginary post-apocalyptic scenarios featuring rogue bands of spammers causing wanton destruction on the link profiles of their competitors. We’ve seen a few cases […]… Read Article
Search engine optimisation has become a household name in the world of marketing, seen as a vital tool to help any online business succeed, and we couldn’t agree more (obviously!). However, the World Wide Web as we know it, is very young, and as a result, this is also true for SEO. With the invention […]… Read Article
Well, after an unfortunate encounter where I accidentally installed MyWebSearch onto my home computer (which, might I remind you all, is a bad idea), I’ve realised how much I actually appreciate the more popular search engines. It’s no surprise as to who the top spot will go to, but let’s humour ourselves and pretend that […]… Read Article
Neat graph, huh? Browsers usage data gathered from http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_stats.asp. So why have I made this? Well, I feel like a mini-rant. Let me explain… Last weekend I went home to visit my folks for a wedding and as we loaded up the address of where to find the venue, I was horrified to see that […]… Read Article