Before anyone gets their hopes up – I’m not going to be giving the definitive answer on either, as both links warrant their own merits and focusing purely on one would be naïve. Anyway, now that’s out of the way, let’s crack on with the pro’s, con’s and quirks of each. When I first started […]… Read Article
As a former link builder, I feel I’m okay to proclaim that traditional link building strategies are an aged tactic within SEO that no longer commands the power it once held. But why is this? Again, we come back to the two words that have haunted my dreams since 2006… social media. But more specifically, […]… 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
Where would we be without search engines? The internet would be an absolute nightmare and about as effective as searching for a single book in a library of a billion books – of course we have all our favourite domains to surf on, such as www.facebook.com and www.twitter.com, but how do we find them? Now, […]… 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
As I was browsing through my favourite sites yesterday I quickly realised a common theme – it was predominantly images. Often without included text as a caption or context – just an image. Even some of the most popular sites such as blogs on Tumblr and reddit are solely comprised of images. Whether it’s a […]… Read Article
Companies are wasting money on online ads designed to get Facebook users to 'like' them, when the respondents are not interested in their products, a BBC investigation has found. The broadcaster has obtained information which suggests that the identities of many people claiming to endorse products and their makers are bogus, and have been invented […]… Read Article