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September 2015

5 things you didn’t know you could Bing

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Google’s continued development of Universal Search – the notion that a single page of search results can contain every format you might desire – remains one of the biggest ongoing topics in SEO. But SERPs with image results, news headlines and videos are not the only way in which search is becoming increasingly ‘smart’ and… more »

Christmas SEO surge has already begun

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Strange things happen in September – supermarkets start selling Yule logs, pubs start taking bookings for the festive season, and the Christmas SEO surge begins in earnest. It might seem incredibly early, with almost a third of the year still to go, but factor in the time taken to acquire stock, ship items out to… more »

How to get on the first page of Google

We all know the first page of Google search results is the holy grail for any webmaster, but how do you actually get there? Organic SEO is a good starting point, but there are other options too, so here’s a near-comprehensive rundown: Organic SEO is about placing good-quality content on your website with your target… more »

What happened to the Google logo?

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If you’re a frequent Google user, you probably noticed the major change to the search engine’s logo at the start of the month. No doubt inspired partly by the restructuring of Google under new parent company Alphabet Inc, the updated logo eliminates the serif font used since Google’s inception, along with the 3D embossed effect… more »

Twitter: What is a Website Card?

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This week, some Twitter users received emails from the social network inviting them to create a Website Card. “A Website Card makes it easy to connect [Twitter with your site] and boost your traffic and conversions,” the email stated. “Compared to just tweeting out a link, it’s a simple and creative way to give users… more »