By: Dave Haygarth On: November 12, 2009 In: Internet Marketing, User guides, Web help Comments: 0

We often get asked exactly what a blog is, how to manage one, and whether it is better for it to be on your own domain...

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Twitter and LinkedIn yesterday announced a partnership (sorry real-time searchers – old news!!) to allow LinkedIn status updates to be tweeted to Twitter and vice versa....

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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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Astute web users (or perhaps those not glued to Google!) may have noticed Microsoft Live Search changing to Bing back in June 09: a much more...

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According to Hitwise, “the leader in online competitive intelligence”, traffic to Twitter.com has grown by a massive 22 times in the last 12 months, with 93%...

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Chris Anderson of Wired magazine coined the term “the long tail” to describe the Amazon-like business model where every possible niche product is available – due...

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Alex Strang of HB RIDA has written a thoughtful and interesting article regarding online marketing during these tough times. Improving your own web site’s performance reduces...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: April 29, 2009 In: Email marketing, Fun, Internet Marketing Comments: 0

We all get the emails. The spam filters luckily pick up 99% of the emails that could hit our in boxes advertising ‘that’ product… beginning with...

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Here we are re-publishing an article from OnRec. Our FXRecruiter job board software already integrates with many leading job search engines, including Indeed, Trovit, Google Base,...

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19Nov

Nothing new here, but a good starter guide for newbies, and a reminder of the basics. http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2008/11/googles-seo-starter-guide.html