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    Google launches Google Flight

    Posted on September 30, 2011

    Google has added yet another string to its search bow with the launch of Google Flight, providing its US users with a short cut to flight information direct from the main search page. The new search section is in direct competition with Bing Travel, which was (more…)

    Posted by Carl Hopkinson

    Twitter opens up with promoted tweets

    Posted on September 29, 2011

    It was possibly just a matter of time, but it’s now a reality: Twitter is no longer about leading and following. Twitter announced recently that promoted tweets, or tweets paid for by advertisers, will soon be appearing in users’ news feeds.

    The tweets involved will not (more…)

    Posted by Matt Jones

    Spelling errors alert officials to fake wine

    Posted on September 29, 2011

    Spelling errors on the label of a wine bottle alerted officers from Trading Standards during a sting on a corner shop. The investigation was launched after a test purchase of one bottle was identified as being fake by the manufacturers. The owners of the corner shop were banned from selling alcohol for a week, in addition to the licensee being made to undertake a refresher course and make sure all his employees were fully trained to the required standard. (more…)

    Posted by Jenny C

    YouTube to become TV network service

    Posted on September 28, 2011

    Google has announced plans to create a TV network using YouTube. The network would provide around 20 channels including comedy, news and sport. The network will also (more…)

    Posted by Cheryl Mathews

    Google launches new flight finder for US travellers

    Posted on September 27, 2011

    Following the purchase of ITA Software earlier in 2011 for just under $700 million, Google has launched a new flight search facility that lets users find the most suitable, low cost flight to their destination. Presently, it’s only available in the United States, but (more…)

    Posted by Carl Hopkinson

    How to get search engine friendly permalinks in WordPress on a Windows Server

    Posted on September 26, 2011

    Anyone who has used WordPress in any depth will know just how great it can be for SEO. The software alone has so many advantages over other publishing tools that we really haven’t got time to go into them, and when you add to this the number of plugins that can be downloaded for (more…)

    Posted by Carl Hopkinson

    If buying links gets results, why shouldn’t I use them?

    Posted on September 25, 2011

    Ever since Google first coined the phrase PageRank, and started to rank websites based on the number of links they had as opposed to the number of times a keyword was written on the page, people have sought to gain more links. With such a direct correlation between (more…)

    Posted by Darren Jamieson

    UK small businesses get help from Google experts

    Posted on September 24, 2011

    Approximately 1500 small businesses in Liverpool will benefit from the wisdom search engine giant, Google, who hopes to develop the online presence of companies in the United Kingdom. The pilot will involve face to face meetings with representatives of Google, helping business owners to (more…)

    Posted by Carl Hopkinson
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