Awareness of Search Engine Optimisation has moved from the geek-sphere to the commonplace. Anyone vaguely in the trade will be familiar with the shift — people...

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I’m going to try and convince you to think of your website as a living, breathing thing. You already know that it should be more than...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: January 23, 2014 In: Google, Internet trends, News, Web help, Web news Comments: 0

So Google has now taken it upon itself to adopt the Microsoft software release method. You know the one I mean… “We don’t care what the...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: June 15, 2012 In: Google, Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), Web help Comments: 0

A couple of clients have asked me lately what’s the best strategy for getting local search traffic for terms like [service] and [location] … i.e. “Painter...

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On the 26th May 2012, legislation comes into effect that require companies with websites to ensure that user consent is obtained to store non “essential use” cookies on...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: February 24, 2010 In: Google, Internet trends, Web news, Website Design Comments: 0

Web designers around the world will be rejoicing that Google is taking a lead in banishing the deeply unloved Internet Explorer 6 to the annals. Those...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: February 10, 2010 In: Google, Internet trends Comments: 0

Google Buzz is possibly the most long overdue movement from Google that one could imagine. People (myself included) spend a good deal of their time sitting...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: October 19, 2009 In: Google, Internet trends Comments: 1

Google has made a cheeky and brave attempt to fix Microsoft’s Internet Explorer shortcomings, by encouraging Internet Explorer users to use the Google Chrome rendering engine...

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We’ve been saying it for years as this has been well known in the SEO community, but Google have finally made it official: the meta keywords...

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With many of us spending an increasing amount of our work lives “in the cloud” using web sites that actually do stuff – or “web applications”...

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