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Biggest UK Search Agencies – The 2010 NMA List

Well in case you’ve not had your hard copy in the post yet the NMA 2010 services guide is in the wild, they’ve not updated their website yet so I thought I should spill the beans for those who aren’t very patient, like me! Here’s the list of the UK’s biggest search agencies ranked by […]

How To Get Your Content Indexed on Google News

Google News aggregates news headlines from around the world, and displays them according to reader’s interests. It allows readers to look at content by subject rather than source, offering several links for each news story, each produced by different publishers with different perspectives. It’s great for finding out what’s going on in a particular industry […]

The next chapter at SiteVisibility

We’ve got a mixed audience here; current clients, potential clients and quite a lot of competitors. We try to keep our blog fairly on-topic around natural search, PPC and social media strategies and techniques, and avoid talking too much about the business or company. We’ve done a slight website refresh and new logo as well… […]

SiteVisibility ranks for the 3rd time in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 and in EMEA 500

Most businesses budget for 0-10% revenue growth per annum; in fact,  many shareholders and company Directors might be pleased with 5% revenue and profit growth in the current uncertain economic environment. SiteVisibility’s parent company, AI Digital Ltd, achieved a 5 year compound annual growth rate of 725%, which resulted in being awarded 45th and 234th […]

Bournemouth to Brighton By Bike For Bumble Bees

As you may know at SiteVis we’re lucky enough to get a day off work a year to do something charitable, so I got thinking about what charities I would like to help out, and my mind settled on helping bees http://www.bumblebeeconservation.org.uk/ Artist’s impression of Kelvin during the ride! Mainly because colony collapse disorder is […]

Google Downs a Quick Shot of Caffeine

Google have released a beta version of their new search engine which is supposed to be faster and more accurate than the current model. Coined by industry insiders as Caffeine, Google engineers claim the back end changes are, “the first step in a process that will let us push the envelope on size, indexing speed, […]

Online strategies for retailers – NMA article 23/7/9

I recently had a letter published in NMA which recognised the strategy the bookstore called Borders  had implemented, namely closing 5 of its high street stores but keeping its recently relaunched website open for business. I wondered if anyone had any comments or anecdotes of other retail businesses preparing for the upturn by, amongst other things, fine tuning their […]

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