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Brand protection – much more than just domain names!

5 May 2009 | Henry Elliss

  I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the issue of brand protection in a social media world, and what brands need to know in order to protect themselves properly. But not just in terms [...]

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Surviving the Twitter pandemic.

4 May 2009 | Alex Christie

With the whole world is up in a frenzy over the outbreak of swine flu, it is not surprising that people over many social networks feel they need to air their opinions, views and experiences. [...]

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toys.com redirect

1 May 2009 | Tanya Goodin

Why is it still on a 302? After ToysRUs purchased the domain name www.toys.com a couple of months ago I am left wondering why this is still 302'd to http://www.toysrus.com/shop/index.jsp?categor yId=2255956? Seems like a wee [...]

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10 reasons why The Apprentice is like SEO

30 April 2009 | Henry Elliss

As an avid fan of the BBC’s finest show – The Apprentice – I regularly tune in to watch the latest goings-on in Sir Alan Sugar’s boardroom, and last night was no exception. But whilst [...]

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What the Premier League can teach us about SEO

28 April 2009 | Tanya Goodin

Footie and SEO – never the twain… till now Ahead of the all important, not to me mind, Champions league matches it suddenly occured to me that there are a lot of similarities between the [...]

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New version of Office available in 2010

28 April 2009 | Alex Christie

Microsoft Office 2010(also known by its codename "Office 14") is the next version of the Microsoft Office suite for Microsoft Windows, due out some time in 2010. The timing for when it will be available, [...]

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Google street view. Whats your view?

24 April 2009 | Alex Christie

This week saw the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) reject a complaint from Privacy International  over the right to show images of people accidently caught on camera by Google Street view, so the search giants latest [...]

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Is Google immune from the recession?

23 April 2009 | Alex Christie

n every recession recorded in modern history there has always been one company or organisation that’s seems to escape the negative growth cycle. In this current recession it seemed that Google would escape the brunt [...]

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Google Launches Analytics API

23 April 2009 | Alex Christie

Google anounced on Tuesday that they have released their Google Analytics API to the public at large. Here is what was written on the Google Analytics Blog: What's so exciting about an API? The API [...]

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Paid search effectiveness decreases year-on-year

23 April 2009 | Tanya Goodin

A new survey conducted by Econsultancy (UK Search Engine Marketing Benchmark Report) has found that 15% of UK companies report decreasing effectiveness year on year from their paid search (PPC) campaigns. Even more interesting, 48% reported better returns [...]