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BrightonSEO: Key takeaways – part 2

Posted on September 16, 2021

Yesterday’s blog went through two of the topics I attended talks on at last Friday’s BrightonSEO, which is the biggest search conference in the (more…)

Posted by Jonathon Roberts

BrightonSEO: Key takeaways – part 1

Posted on September 15, 2021

Last Friday, I travelled down to Brighton for one of the biggest search conferences in the UK, BrightonSEO. You may have seen my Instagram Stories (more…)

Posted by Jonathon Roberts

Fools who know nothing always first to offer advice

Posted on June 26, 2019

Another week, another argument with the ill-informed on Facebook. I really need to stay off these things!

This week, I have (more…)

Posted by Darren Jamieson

Google reveals manual action taken over spam

Posted on March 9, 2013

Everyone in the world of search engine optimisation is well aware that all search engines have top tech in place to combat spamming and malpractice. However, an area which is far less known about is the manual efforts that go on in the background too.

Now though, there is a peek into actual real-life human beings working away to fight spurius campaigns, as Google has released some data covering the last eight years.

Whilst the data, taking it’s place in an infographic in the new “How Search Works” section, goes back to (more…)

Posted by Matt Jones

Interflora’s SEO blooms again in time for Mother’s Day

Posted on March 7, 2013

Just about two weeks after its rankings were penalised by Google and just in time for Mothering Sunday, UK delivery flower service Interflora seems to have recovered its search engine optimisation strategy.

A search at the time of writing shows that the first organic listing is pointing to Interflora’s home page, whilst other listings are offered.

The next links are all related to the company’s activities too, though indicated by (more…)

Posted by Carl Hopkinson

You need to ‘Polish’ your SEO

Posted on February 5, 2013

Figures released from the 2011 Census have revealed that more than eight million people living in England speak a foreign tongue as their first language.

The results show that Polish is the second most common language in the country, with 546,000 speakers.

This is just about 1% of the population but, together with other widely spoken languages, just under 8% are (more…)

Posted by Cheryl Mathews

Stone the crows! What a load of sheet music

Posted on January 27, 2013

Like most UK cities, Liverpool has a lot of birds. Frequently, people get a little reminder of this – perhaps on their shoulder, maybe their trousers or, most likely, their hair and face.

It is of course bird droppings.

Despite the old wives story that such a dumping on provides good luck, many would contest this. However, artist Kerry Morrison and composer Jon Hering have thought that bird poo luck could well be on their side, by creating (more…)

Posted by Matt Jones

Izik is a new rival for Google

Posted on January 16, 2013

Google could be facing a new rival search engine on tablet computers. Although the Blekko search engine doesn’t pose a threat to Google on desktop and laptop computers, it has created Izik, which is a new product formulated specifically for use with tablet computers. The new search engine has been designed to be compatible with (more…)

Posted by Matt Jones
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