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Facebook filling your wallet…

14 October 2008 | Alex Christie

According to a recent Nielsen study, 78% of respondents trusted recommendations from other consumers and friends over what they read in the media and from marketing hype. This is not surprising, as “word-of-mouth” has always […]

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New Google Webmaster Tool – 404 Links

14 October 2008 | Henry Elliss

As announced by the legendary Matt Cutts this morning, Google Webmaster Tools have added a new widget today, which provides a very useful method of picking up some wasted link juice. The new widget is […]

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The best websites in the world…ever. Vol.8

14 October 2008 | Alex Christie

The days of surfing the net from the comfort of my home are long gone. The only time I get to download, is while I’m on the move, so I like to cut through all […]

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YouTube takes another leap forward

13 October 2008 | Alex Christie

This week video sharing goliath YouTube announced some interesting new developments that are sure raise a few eyebrows in the online world. Today the site broadcast that it will start to roll out a variety […]

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Defending Microsoft – It’s getting harder

13 October 2008 | Alex Christie

Running a technology department comprised of Microsoft .Net developers, Open Source PERL coders and Mac using Graphic Designers was never going to be easy.  Not a day seems to go by where the merits of […]

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YouTube to broadcast full length TV shows from CBS Corp

12 October 2008 | Alex Christie

Following announcements from YouTube on Thursday about new monetisation techniques for Youtube, with the market leader for online video tabelling plans to sell music and video games online (discussed in earlier blog by Louis), Google […]

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The best websites in the world…ever. Vol.7

10 October 2008 | Alex Christie

When faced with the task of naming my three favourite websites, I thought I would veer away from the SEO related sites I use on a daily basis and instead opt for sites I tend […]

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Hackers could be watching you

10 October 2008 | Alex Christie

Recently Adobe has released a security advisory that their Adobe Flash Player could have a vulnerability that could pose a threat to "click-jacking". They state that this is an extreme level of a hacking program […]

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Image Tagging………Done!

10 October 2008 | Alex Christie

One thing that makes me reluctant to upload loads of photos to Flickr or Facebook is having to tag them all manually with key words, dull, dull, dull. Not that it’s compulsory to tag pictures, […]

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YouTube spreads their wings

9 October 2008 | Alex Christie

Google has finally decided that it’s acquisition of YouTube should start bringing in the money. It was reported on Tuesday that YouTube will start to sell music and video games online and experiment with new […]