I’m turning into the bus stop of blogs.
You wait ages for a new post, and then two come along at once.
Following on from the post about the filter bubble of social media that I put up the other day, I thought it might be useful to […]
Depending on your viewpoint, at the time of writing this, we’re either 3 hours into a brave new world of national self-determination, or on the brink of a disaster, and if I were to base my entire world viewpoint on my Facebook feed, I’d assume it was the latter.
It’s been a while since I’ve blogged here. Mind you, it’s not the only place I move pixels around.
One of the reasons why I haven’t written much about SEO or social media here is because I’ve been working on a book. You can download it here:
I got a letter from Virgin Media this morning telling me that they were putting up my monthly bill by £4.89. Apparently, this increase in charges allows them to continue providing their “amazing service” which has only let me down a handful of times this year.
Price rises are a […]
My exposure to Semalt is pretty much limited to filtering their crawlers from websites and removing their referrer from Analytics so my data isn’t being uselessly polluted with visits that never happened. I’m sure that some people probably get some benefit from them, but given that their website doesn’t actually say what they do, […]
Google’s been a lot more aggressive in going after spam over the past couple of years. Aside from the headline updates like Penguin and Panda, there’s also been a few high profile penalisations handed out – most recently Rap Genius got a brief kicking for some obvious spamming.
Last week the ASA released some clarification on the compliance requirements for disclosure on paid for blogs and social media. The essence of the briefing for bloggers is that if you’re being paid to write a promotional post about a product or business then you’re required to […]
About a month ago, I wrote a piece about the ultimate fate of SEO being ground out in discussions about how companies are going to distribute their digital marketing budgets over the next few years. Predictably, this led to […]
Here’s a Google Trends Chart showing the UK search interest in a few SEO type keywords:
See those barely visible lines at the bottom of the chart. That’s where “content marketing” and “inbound marketing” are in relation too SEO. Link Building’s down there too, but that’s our dirty […]
Orange Customer Services are unhelpful, truculent, dishonest robots with no concept of customer care. They’re not my favourite people at the moment. In addition to the above, I’ve found them evasive, uninformed and unempowered, and the experiences I’ve had are of a team who are de-motivated to the […]
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