Datadial Insights

October 25, 2016

On October 1st, 2014 wrote on the subject of E-commerce,Reputation Management.

Google Trusted Stores Now Open In The UK »

In 2012, Google launched its Trusted Stores program in the USA. Now, the search engine has opened the program to UK retailers, aimed at creating a better shopping experience for both consumers and eCommerce websites. What is Google Trusted Stores? Google Trusted Stores is a program that is beneficial to both consumers and eCommerce sites. […]

On September 16th, 2014 wrote on the subject of Pay Per Click.

Starting up a PPC campaign: Keywords & Text Ads (The old ball and chain) »

  The reason behind writing this post is simple. Although AdWords is a very performant and user friendly platform a new user might get caught in a web of settings and technical procedures – the post you are about to read intends to make things easier to understand. Keywords & Text Ads  No matter how […]

On September 3rd, 2014 wrote on the subject of Hosting,SEO.

How should you respond to Google’s announcement that Site Security is part of the ranking algorithm? »

We’re always telling our clients that following Google’s best practice is the best strategy to ensure longer-term success in the search results. So it’s no surprise that every small announcement of changes to their algorithm now gets picked up upon quickly and generates a rush to ‘comply’ regardless of the detail. Recent announcements about site […]

On June 5th, 2014 wrote on the subject of Design,SEO.

Parallax Design and SEO – Compatibility Problems »

  Are you currently designing a new website for your business? What are you looking to achieve? Are you confused with how to balance an amazing user experience with higher organic traffic? Questions like the above are asked all the time and if you’ve been following design trends over the past couple of years, then […]

On April 29th, 2014 wrote on the subject of Uncategorized.

My Takeaways from #BrightonSEO »

Brighton SEO has been and gone. If you weren’t there, I’ve taken the time to summarise some of my key take-away points for you in this handy-dandy blog post. I’ll cover the talks I found the most interesting, then end with something of a cheatsheet for prospective which I formed from one of the talks. […]

On March 25th, 2014 wrote on the subject of Online Marketing.

A Beginners Guide to Google Local Listings – How to Get Listed and Ranked »

For many small business owners, online marketing is a vital component of the marketing mix, and thankfully in my experience; this is something that most small business owners will know very well. And while there are a lot of ways to get noticed on the internet, the best way to get online attention has always […]

On March 20th, 2014 wrote on the subject of Internet Marketing,Legal and Financial,Pay Per Click,Reputation Management,SEO.

Google Goes After Brand Names With Its Comparison Engine. »

  Again, Google gets the backs up of companies investing heavily in its services, though this time it’s not through an algorithm update or a change in the webmaster guidelines. Rather, it’s their comparison feature that has sandbagged the major comparison shopping firms. If you’re involved in Travel, Finance or Insurance, you need to be […]

On February 20th, 2014 wrote on the subject of Internet Marketing,Online Marketing,Online PR.

3 Reasons Google’s Marketing Stinks – and why it’s costing them billions. »

Google seems to have mutated into some kind of mutant King Sidam. Everything they touch turns to old (news). Ask Joe Public who he thinks the leader of modern technological advances are and chances are he’ll say Google. And he’s probably right. Then why can’t Google seem to get it right when it comes to […]


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