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
Any readers of the blog might have noticed a definitive shift in the direction of this blog towards viral and shareable content – this is not because I’ve lost the plot and just enjoy looking at cat pictures (though I really do), it’s simply because of the oversaturation of SEO blogs that seem to bleat […]… Read Article
The boss of a company which is taking on Google in the European courts in an effort to clear up suspicions of anti-competitive practices says new scientific evidence shows that Google's placing of images in advertisements for its own products on search results pages means they attract up to 80 per cent of the clicks […]… Read Article
A predictive 'auto-complete' function, similar to that used by Google's search engine, is among a raft of changes which Twitter has announced to its search facility. This was just one of a series of changes which the microblogging site has introduced. Others include letting users search only tweets posted by people they follow, and search […]… Read Article