Engage Web May 2011 - Page 2 of 6 - Engage Web

    Yell and BT for SEO?

    Posted on May 25, 2011

    When it comes to getting your website designed and built, or your company promoted through search engine optimisation, you, quite understandably, wish to ensure that your business is handled by someone who knows what they’re doing. This need for security is something that many large firms have realised over the years, sparking (more…)

    Posted by Darren Jamieson

    Why Google Translate won’t replace copywriting services

    Posted on May 24, 2011

    According to usability research carried out for Dell computers, the most important step towards achieving their ambitious growth objectives was improved site usability. If the customer, which includes other businesses as wells as consumers, could use its website with increased speed and efficiency, then the revenue would increase. (more…)

    Posted by Jenny C

    Losing sales? Check your front door

    Posted on May 24, 2011

    When a retailer experiences a sudden drop in sales, the store window is probably one of the first places they’ll check. Or rather, they’ll review any advertising they’ve been putting out, look at the way the market behaved at the same time last year, check that staff are behaving themselves, and then finally think about (more…)

    Posted by Carl Hopkinson

    Is your site like Men Behaving Badly?

    Posted on May 23, 2011

    The difference between international and national is something thoroughly discussed in SEO careers, but not necessarily something that filters through to businesses. There is a major difference between national and international SEO, and, while it may seem desirable to be an international superstar, it’s not necessarily your best move.

    Take Men Behaving Badly, for example. (more…)

    Posted by Matt Jones

    Google dominates international search markets

    Posted on May 22, 2011

    A recent comScore report has revealed that Google, the leading search engine in English-speaking countries, has an even stronger hold internationally. While the search engine has not dominated in every country in the world, with at least five countries providing more traffic to other search options, the report revealed (more…)

    Posted by Carl Hopkinson

    Bing makes another step toward social search

    Posted on May 21, 2011

    Bing, long a second-runner in the search engine game to Google, has made another step toward social search with further integration in terms of Facebook data. The search engine added Facebook ‘Like’ results to its calculations at the end of last year, but in a recent blog post announced that Facebook data would be used in (more…)

    Posted by Matt Jones

    Poor grammar and spelling errors a sign of a scam

    Posted on May 21, 2011

    As increasing numbers of people become innocent victims of scams, companies are finding it increasingly difficult to protect themselves from computer hackers. The responsibility now lies with the recipient of an email to look for vital signs that the contact isn’t genuine, and is instead potentially dangerous.

    According to the Identity Theft Resource Centre, almost 10,000 people have already become victims of identity theft or been exposed to hackers in 2011, an increase of 37 percent on the first quarter of 2010. John James, the Chief (more…)

    Posted by Cheryl Mathews

    Tweet stalk for links

    Posted on May 20, 2011

    In the normal way of things, having someone follow your every move, sitting outside the chippy in Chester while you get your dinner and generally pay too much attention is simply not on. It’s called stalking. Strangely, scary as this behaviour is offline, it’s completely acceptable online. In fact, it can get you way (more…)

    Posted by Cheryl Mathews
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