2011

EU “Cookies” Directive. Interactive guide to 25th May and what it means for you

by Paul Carpenter

The full EU Regs are here, if you’re interested or some kind of swaggering cock-about-town lawyer licking his lips at the prospect of bringing someone to “justice” in the interests of your swollen bank balance via some farcical “test case” that you just happen to bring about against a massive, high-profile and coincidentally wealthy web company. Sigh. (more…)

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Adding Your Site To Webmaster Tools May Reduce Your Rankings

by David Whitehouse

This title is a bit of a shocker, but it’s true, but before I can explain it fully you need to hear the background to my story. Back in December 2010 I bought a website off Anthony, the website is called Cockatiel Care, it’s a terrible looking static site that

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You Get What You Pay For With SEO, Just Like With Everything Else

by Steve Ollington

I wonder why so many businesses still think they can get quality SEO services by paying minimal costs. SEO is a skilled job, like anything it's a discipline where a little bit of knowledge is dangerous. Some companies want SEO so they get a bunch of quotes, then they go

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Gmail Getting A Facelift

by Alex Graves

With the user interface of Google search engines been handed a new design to make the site ‘pretty', it seems that Google are now looking to clean up the look of their email client, Gmail. After logging into my account this morning I was greeted by a link within the

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Return Of The EU Cookie Directive

by David Whitehouse

Towards the end of yesterday, I noticed a new article on the Information Commissioner’s Office’s website entitled ‘Must try harder’ on cookies compliance, says ICO. And I realised yesterday that this change is inevitable, eventually, with time, we’re all going to have to implement this. The consequences have the potential

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Has Google disabled Pagerank.. NO

by David Naylor

It seems that twitter is a mass of people saying that Pagerank is gone, if you have the Google toolbar installed you will see it hasn’t what Google changed was the url and 3rd party app will have to update the query from : http://toolbarqueries.google.com/search?client=navclient-auto&features=Rank&ch=8f3b58e04&q=info:james.slaterspage.com to http://toolbarqueries.google.com/tbr?client=navclient-auto&features=Rank&ch=8f3b58e04&q=info:james.slaterspage.com

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what does “(not provided) keywords” really mean

by David Naylor

The online SEO community was up in arms after Google announced that signed-in  users would get the encrypted search results as standard on google.com, meaning that all the referring keyword data would be lost in any analytic package. Short term, this is unlikely to cause a too much of an upset and

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