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With the rise of mobile internet and social networking over the last couple of years, social media has been increasingly populated with corporate voices, and Vodafone are one of the brave companies which have taken a chance on Twitter. Unfortunately, today saw a mysterious tweet from the Vodafone twitter account, announcing Vodafone “is fed up of dirty homo’s and is going after beaver”.
The tweet was deleted almost immediately but was not missed by Twitter’s dedicated tweeters, who reposted and retweeted the message, and demanded an explanation from Vodafone. Read on
Following up from our guide to onsite SEO illustrated by cute kittens, with a guide to link building, this time with photo’s of cute puppies.
I’ll be honest, though I’m normally a cat kind of guy I reckon these puppies are a lot cuter. And link building is more my cup of tea than onsite SEO
SEO can be complicated to understand but it’s sometimes easier to understand with metaphors. Here’s a few of my favs
If you’re not familiar with the schadenfreude of the Foundem situation this will probably be lost on you!
We’ve had a few months now with new rel canonical tag from Google. We’ve carried out some experiments internally and have read the experiences other SEO’s. In that research it’s become apparent just what an SEO godsend it is for anyone working on an e-commerce site.
Is it the magic pill? Image Credit DraconianRain
You’ve probably already heard about the tag that helps you explain to search engines where you have duplication issues which you are aware of but don’t want to solve with a 301 redirect. What you might not have realised is just how versatile a tool it is.
We’ve got seven ways we thought it would be useful to anyone managing an online retail website but if you can think of any more do let us know in the comments.
We all want to know how to do onsite SEO, and everyone likes kittens. So we thought why not combine the two in a presentation.
It’s taken a little longer than we planned but our brand new website is live, we’d love to hear your thoughts on what you think of it!
Of course this post is mostly aimed at RSS readers, cause if you’re reading this site in the browser you’ve already seen our new design…
Yes! Its @FlyingWhiteDots and @ChimpleSinge of SiteVisibility live on the 4th plinth on Monday 13th July in aid of the RSPCA! Tune in and see them at 1pm!
To watch it - http://www.oneandother.co.uk/
RSPCA are tweeting and facebooking about Bryan.
Follow the RSPCA on Twitter – http://twitter.com/RSPCA_official
Google has come under fire again with the American Department of Justice after alleged anti-competitive behaviour, this time in the world of literature.
At the end of October last year, Google brokered a deal with the Authors Guild and the Association of American publishers as part of the $125 million Google Book Search settlement, which granted the search engine access to a substantial amount of in-copyright books and other literary material. Read on
If you’re visiting Brighton for a meeting and want to know where the best coffee houses with Wi-Fi are located, here are some of our favourites:
1. Taylor St Baristas – It’s an unusual set up. A coffee shop kind in front of the travel agent Travelbag but the coffee and cakes are excellent! Plus it’s really close to the train station and we think it was voted best coffee in Brighton at some point.
2. Bills Produce – simply a glorious place to eat and work. It’s pretty quiet outside of lunch and supper time when it’s absolutely heaving.
3. The Tic Tock Cafe – cute and quirky little coffee shop in the heart of the South Laines.
4. Choccywoccydoodahs – the bar chocolat on Middle Street is a chocolat heaven and serves rather good coffee.
5. Pavilion Gardens Cafe – great if you fancy sitting outside and looking out at the Royal Pavilion.
6. Carluccio’s – the authentic Italian set right in the centre of things. You can also sit outside and watch the world go by.
7. The Red Roaster Coffee House – at the bottom of St James Street this is a lovely place with countless coffee options to suit every taste, with selections of coffee from every coffee producing country in the world, probably.
If you think we’ve missed some then please add your favourites!