Category Industry News

April 27, 2018

On February 13th, 2014 wrote on the subject of E-commerce,Industry News,Legal and Financial.

(Another) New EU Directive: Will it Inhibit or Enhance Online UK Retail? »

A new EU directive has made its way into UK law. The purpose of this new legislation is to both increase customer rights when buying online, and make expectations of customers more consistent across the European Union, thereby increasing cross-border trade through online stores. We all remember the cookie fiasco of 2011, the last major […]

On December 17th, 2013 wrote on the subject of Industry News,Inspiration,Internet,Web Technology.

Good Guy Google – Nine Awesome Things Google Have Done That You Didn’t Even Know About »

Love them or hate them, almost all of us these days use Google as our default search engine, and for increasingly other services beyond that, from email to analytics, document storage to translation. Some strange few even use their social media offerings. But are Google ‘good’ as a company? There is plenty of deserved criticism […]

On December 11th, 2013 wrote on the subject of Hosting,Industry News,Internet,Technology.

Coming Summer 2014: .UK’s Biggest Domain change »

  Summer 2014  will see one of the biggest domain modifications in the UK ever. The roll-out of .uk domains will allow companies who currently use ‘.co.uk’ or ‘org.uk’ domains to also register for  ‘.uk’  e.g.  datadial.co.uk will be able to register datadial.uk. Nominet will offer the current holders of the .co.uk or org.uk up […]

On October 10th, 2013 wrote on the subject of Industry News,Organic Search Marketing.

Google’s Biggest Update in Years has Already Happened: Hummingbird »

Those of us interested in how search engines work have been talking this week about ‘Hummingbird’. Not the hollow-boned, nectar-loving tweetie-pies; rather Google’s newest and most revolutionary search engine algorithm in quite some time. You’ll likely have heard of ‘Panda’ and ‘Penguin’. They were algorithmic updates which supposedly made the search results better. Unlike their […]

On April 3rd, 2013 wrote on the subject of Industry News,Organic Search Marketing,Social Media.

How the Daily Mail Became The Worlds Most Read Newspaper »

Love it or hate it, the Daily Mail has always had the power to shock. With its daily obsessions over immigration and ‘human rights insanity’ to a determination to cover every tiny detail about the Royal family and celebrity stars, the paper has an almost equal share of critics and fans. Yet although this British national newspaper is […]

On May 22nd, 2012 wrote on the subject of Industry News,Organic Search Marketing.

The Non-SEO Guide to The Penguin Update »

There has been a lot of discussion around the search marketing industry over the past few weeks thanks to what many consider to be a pretty major update released by Google. There has been a lot of speculation that has followed with some good and not-so-good advice as a result. With all of this information […]

On April 27th, 2012 wrote on the subject of Design Ideas,Industry News.

Cookie Law implementation ideas »

  I am yet to find many examples of ways in which companies have implemented their Cookie alerts on their website. This is probably not surprising as it’s yet to come in but the day is drawing near. Here are some examples.  I will add more as I find them.  Please feel free to suggest […]

On March 7th, 2012 wrote on the subject of Industry News,Off Topic,Organic Search Marketing.

Does Google Places Trust Their Citation Sources Too Much? »

Barry from Search Engine Roundtable posted an interesting find from a Google Webmaster Central forums post. The OP pointed out that PC World (a leading electronics chain in the UK) is ranking with “Mothercare” (a leading baby/parenting chain in the UK) as it’s title in search results for the term ‘PC World teeside park’:   […]