Posts Tagged ‘featured’

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Tamar and our CEO are placed at the heart of social media London community, according to new map

24 October 2012 | Andrew Mobbs

It’s official – Tamar and our CEO Tanya Goodin are right at the centre of the social media community in London, as depicted on GigaPan’s social media London map, which shows visually the connections between [...]

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Google Instant and keywords – what comes next?

9 September 2010 | Annie Wakefield

The web is literally buzzing after last night’s announcement of Google Instant. This has undoubtedly changed the search landscape and of course, my team’s area of expertise, content. Writing good online content depends on a [...]

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Using content to enhance a brand

13 July 2010 | Annie Wakefield

In search, we are always seeking to ensure that a visitor to our site engages with us in some capacity.  Whether it is through the purchasing of a product, the requesting of a call back [...]

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Google, Bing and social media bling – taking bets on the content currency exchange

16 June 2010 | Henry Elliss

As you will know from Neil’s blog, the world of search has changed massively in the past 15 years. Heck, it’s changed massively in the past 15 weeks – so looking forward 15 years in [...]

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Brand lessons from the history of search

16 June 2010 | Tanya Goodin

There’s little point in looking back unless you can learn something so I wanted to use today’s birthday retrospective to pull out some useful, relevant and fresh understanding for brands engaging in SEO. I was [...]

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Kick off your World Cup experience online

2 June 2010 | Annie Wakefield

The 2010 Football World Cup kick off is a week away! Here in Tamar’s Cape Town office we have gotten into the spirit of things, throwing ourselves behind our boys in green and gold. Some [...]

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May 31 2010 – Quit Facebook Day?

17 May 2010 | Alex Christie

Matthew Milan and Joseph Dee are tired of Facebook and are taking a stand. What are they taking a stand about you might wonder? Simple. Privacy, and the lack of it that Facebook is showing [...]

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Trust principles to alert users to fake websites

5 May 2010 | Sarah Graveling

As specialists in Conversion Design we are continually developing techniques on how to engage with users, encourage trust and increase our clients conversion rates. So with the alarming rise in websites selling fake designer goods, [...]

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7 more Facebook tips you may not know

12 April 2010 | Henry Elliss

A couple of years ago I wrote a post on this blog called “9 Facebook Tips That You Might Not Know” – a reasonably in-depth but by no-means exhaustive list of some useful how-to’s for [...]

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I’m livin’ in a box… a CSS grid based box

16 March 2010 | Alex Christie

Following on from a previous post about whitespace and the integral part it plays in design, this post is about the use of grids and the focus on layout options and usability / readability. Grids [...]