Posts by Henry Elliss

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Google ‘Disavow’ tool aims to end the perils of bad links

17 October 2012 | Henry Elliss

In a move which was almost inevitable after recent changes to the way Google treat ‘bad’ links, the search giant have now launched a new tool to allow webmasters to effectively ignore potentially bad links. [...]

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Facebook, Search and the best way to probe your connections

17 September 2012 | Henry Elliss

As most of marketers will know, the world of search and social media are becoming more and more intertwined every day. As an agency with a long heritage in both, we at Tamar are more [...]

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Go for Gold with Tamar at Social Media Week London

5 September 2012 | Henry Elliss

Here at Tamar we have long been fans of the ‘Social Media Week’ movement, and this year we’re  holding our most exciting event to date. On the 26th of September at the stunning ‘Skyloft‘ on [...]

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‘TweetyTwelve The Review’ : Part 4 – A round-up from the rest of the web

16 August 2012 | Henry Elliss

Continuing our week-long series looking at the social media impact of the Olympic games, today we’re going to move away from the data we’ve been collecting, and take a look at some of the interesting [...]

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Who’s winning in the race for Team GB social (media) gold?

6 August 2012 | Henry Elliss

As we enter Week 2 of the games, we’ve been keeping a very close eye on how the world of social media has been reacting to events here in London. One of the most interesting [...]

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5 things you need to know about Google Input and multilingual SEO

12 July 2012 | Henry Elliss

If you follow the developments coming out of Google HQ closely, you’ll be well aware of how much the boffins at Google are cranking out these days. From algorithm updates to social networking widgets, Google [...]

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How will new ‘Trolling’ laws affect brands online?

12 June 2012 | Henry Elliss

New legislation being proposed by the government could see an end to the practice of Internet trolling, it is being reported today. Under the planned legal changes, sites like Facebook would be forced to reveal [...]

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Facebook ‘Highlight’ – what’s the point and will anybody actually use it?

14 May 2012 | Henry Elliss

Back in February at their FMC conference, Facebook announced a slew of new features aimed at brands – most of which would (presumably) become common-place once the roll-out to “Timeline” was finally complete. Amongst the [...]

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Tamar’s Friday #FailureToLaunch #18 – Still Failing after all this time

13 April 2012 | Henry Elliss

It’s been a busy few weeks here at Tamar HQ, with Fridays seemingly the busiest day of the week. Subsequently, it’s been a few weeks since our last ‘Failure to Launch’ – but it’s back [...]

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10 reasons you should invest in good content

4 April 2012 | Henry Elliss

With all the recent talk of changes in Google algorithms, sites being penalised for “unnatural” link profiles and the ongoing importance of good content, I wanted to share a short summary of some of the [...]