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Google Instant Preview and how to capitalise on it

Posted by Dan White on November 10th 2010 in Design, SEO, Online Marketing

Google has launched its instant preview feature which shows a small visual preview of websites in the search results, as below; This latest development moves search engine marketing into an area that it would not normally encompass, the art and design world! Sites will now not only be compared on search position but also in visual terms. My recommendations having...

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5 things you can do as a site owner

Posted by Dan White on July 22nd 2010 in E-Commerce, Social Media, SEO, Online Marketing

Of all the areas covered where people can have the most impact and input, SEO is the one where time can be spent to maximum benefit. This list contains 5 simple things you as a site owner can do yourself, to easily help your site rank well without needing a drop of technical knowledge. All it will cost is...

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E-Commerce survival guide: 10 mistakes to avoid

Posted by on July 21st 2010 in E-Commerce, SEO, Online Marketing

With e-commerce sites increasing over tenfold in the past few years, competition is rapidly on the rise and to stay ahead of the game is becoming increasingly difficult. With 80% of startups failing and the internet boom now a thing of the past, it is essential to adhere to certain rules, or risk losing customers. With technology accelerating at...

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How Social Media can save your 'SEO Bacon'!

Posted by Dan White on July 14th 2010 in Social Media, SEO

Today I came across an unfortunate soul (Ed. Not one of our clients) who had been naughty and got him/herself dropped from the Google results completely. In fairness it may have been a competitor knocking them out of the results with an SEO attack, or perhaps something they had done by mistake but all the same, their main...

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Will you get a buzz out of Google caffeine?

Posted by Kristen Sousa on June 21st 2010 in SEO, News, Online Marketing

The online industry has been waiting for the latest developments to Google’s search engine, Google Caffeine, to go public in the UK for some months now. However, Google have a habit of rolling out new innovations slowly and gradually, testing the water and making adjustments rather than going in for Big Bang launches. It is believed that Project Caffeine will...

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Facebook Open Graph and Online Marketing

Posted by Dan White on May 19th 2010 in E-Commerce, Social Media, SEO, News, Online Marketing

One of our online marketing team, Daniel Cave, was recently asked: "Facebook Open Graph is pretty cool stuff when you think about it. Is the future of E-commerce online marketing about to change dramatically?" That question covered such an interesting topic we have edited his response and posted it here for your pleasure. The most transformative thing facebook has ever done...

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