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Despite living and breathing the topic, most SEO professionals have a hard time explaining Search Engine Optimisation to their friends and family. So what would happen if we had to explain the topic to a child (e.g. what does Mummy / Daddy do for a living?), could it be done?
This blog post attempts to do so, through the story of Christopher Carrot and his desire to be found…
The last few months have seen further high profile UK businesses announcing that they have entered administration. Comet, Jessops, HMV and Blockbuster have been the most recent of a line of high street retailers going under.The company directors themselves, news channels, press and media were quick to blame a variety of factors, including the growth of Internet shopping.
Today is the day that Friends Reunited, the first UK social network, relaunches. The former social networking giant has given itself a lick of paint, and a whole new feel to it, focussing on nostalgia and memories.
What’s difficult to believe is that Friends Reunited, which launched in 2000, was the UK’s first social network and went on to become one of the most popular too; in 2005 it boasted over 15 million users. Then the MySpace’s and the Facebook’s of this world took off, and the rest as they say is history. However, Friends Reunited is back, but will it work?
Last night we attended the prestigious Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA Awards 2011 at the Tower of London. The event recognises the 500 fastest growing technology companies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa and included entrants from 24 countries. As we announced in October, Koozai ranked 23rd in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 here in the UK. However, as of today, we are now the 128th fastest growing tech company in EMEA, according to the Fast 500.
This morning hackers accessed Fox News’ Twitter Account and announced to the world that the U.S. President, Barack Obama, had been shot dead. Worryingly, this came from a verified account. It’s another example in a long list of high profile hacks on Twitter.
Last week, British actor Simon Pegg admitted that his Twitter account had also been hacked. A link was posted to download a screensaver from his recent movie, ‘Paul’, which was actually in fact a login-stealing malware virus. So, two hacks in two weeks, is this the start of something major?
I recently wrote about how important it is for businesses to gain reviews to help improve Google Places rankings, but what happens if you receive bad reviews or negative feedback?
Well responding to bad reviews is possible if you have a verified Google Places profile.
Negative feedback is very different to positive reviews you may have received. First off it is very easy to take them to heart, after all this is your business that someone is criticising. So try not to let your emotions take over. It is important to remain professional and treat the review just like you would a positive one.
Tim Hayes Lifestyle Fitness provide industry leading Personal Training in London and have a wealth of experience providing fitness and nutrition programmes that help clients to achieve their desired goals.
As a top Personal Trainer, Tim Hayes is well aware of the importance of having a strong organic presence across the major search engines, especially for regional terms relating to their area of operation. Read more
Google Analytics’ Intelligence Tool can be utilised so online companies can create advanced segments from automatic alerts in a quick and easy way.
This year’s On The Edge Digital conference takes place at the Congress Centre in London; covering a broad selection of hot industry topics, including Digital Marketing strategy, data analysis, mobile and email marketing, as well as best-practice techniques in SEO. Check out some of the top tips from the conference.
It’s that time again! We’re covering every single session from this year’s BrightonSEO as they happen and will be updating this post throughout the day with the five tips you can’t ignore from each talk.