Published on September 24, 2015 by Jason Dilworth
Facebook just went down for about 3 minutes (17:29 to 17:32 BST by my reckoning). Here’s a list of things I did during that time: Shouted across the office. “Facebook is down!” Asked for confirmation from someone else in the office that Facebook was, in fact, down. Tweeted. Pressed ‘refresh’ continuously. Just thought you’d like… Read more…
Published on September 16, 2015 by Jason Dilworth
Yesterday the worlds media went mental with the announcement that Facebook will introduce a ‘dislike’ button.
Except they aren’t, and they won’t.
Published on September 10, 2015 by Jason Dilworth
Those little Morrisons M Local stores (y’know, the one near you that used to be a pub) are being rebranded. It’s probably the simplest rebrand in history. Or the laziest, depending on your outlook. See why here.
Published on August 17, 2015 by Jason Dilworth
Jason explores why pride in your business is important. He opens up about exactly what he’s proud about when it comes to fifty6, in the hope that the exercise helps you to examine what you’re proud of and what you can improve.
Published on July 22, 2015 by Jason Dilworth
Pleasant email this morning from Google Webmaster Central notifying me of a new blog. In it they clear up exactly how they will handle new global top level domains (gTLDs). If you’ve followed this blog for a while, you won’t be surprised with the answers given. They’re saying “there won’t be any magical ranking increases by… Read more…
Published on July 20, 2015 by Jason Dilworth
That’s right ladies and gents, I’ve added another metric to the page grader. You lucky lucky things! It’s always been a bit of an oversight of mine that I didn’t actually include anything to do with page speed in the results, especially given my recent blog on the subject. So I’ve implemented the Google Page… Read more…