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Why you should change from Google to Bing

3 June 2009 | Tanya Goodin

Not that you will, at least, not straight away So Bing is live, or live in Beta but that’s just a smart get out clause we all use. Anyway, ignore the hype and the cynicism, [...]

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React and attract – Ignore and lose rapport

2 June 2009 | Alex Christie

Are you working for a company that is not tracking conversations and feedback about your brand online? Does your business have the agility to react to the opinions of your customers? In my recent experience, [...]

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Pushing the boundaries for new content

2 June 2009 | Tanya Goodin

As Bing is almost ready to roll out more fully on the 3 June we can expect to see more activity as the Search Engines look to try and outdo each other in terms of [...]

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Flocking Sociable

2 June 2009 | Alex Christie

For those of you that can empathise with me as I enjoy a bit of tittle-tattle with my neighbour over the garden fence, welcome to Flock. Whilst this may conjure images of Robert De Niro [...]

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Oak Lodge and TLC – the building commences!

29 May 2009 | Alex Christie

With just over a week to go until the project, things are really starting to shape up at Oak Lodge. Last weekend, Tony and his team from designbuilding got the foundations underway for our mini [...]

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Google’s Wave blows Microsoft’s Bing out of the water

29 May 2009 | Alex Christie

On the day that Microsoft’s new search engine Bing is announced, Google reinforced its position as market leader by unveiling its new communication platform, Google Wave. Whilst Microsoft chose to display its efforts on revolutionizing [...]

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To Bing or Not Bing – that is the question

28 May 2009 | Tanya Goodin

So Bing is launched, sort of, and while any form of competition is good for the consumer is this really going far enough to tempt people over from the ‘non evil’ side? I have my [...]

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Searching to the sound of Bing – Microsoft’s New Search Engine

28 May 2009 | Alex Christie

On the 3rd of June, Microsoft are hoping the internet will be searching to a new sound, when they launch their new search engine, Bing. Bing is Microsoft’s biggest move to date in challenging Google [...]

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Does the length of your URL matter? You better believe it!

28 May 2009 | Alex Christie

As part of an ongoing research project I have been studying the distribution of backlinks to some popular sites in high volume niches. The research has uncovered some valuable findings, it has also uncovered some [...]

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MySpace adds profile designer… at last

26 May 2009 | Henry Elliss

In a move which could be seen as closing the stable door after the horse has bolted, MySpace are publicising their brand new “Profiles 2.0″ this week, which allows users to choose from a massive [...]