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Facebook Ad Fails

Last week, Jason pointed out a very annoying advert to me on Facebook, which has prompted me to have a bit of a rant in this blog. So, if you’re regularly creating Facebook ads for your business, you might want to take note of some of the points I raise in this blog, to helpRead more…

How to Use Robots.txt for a Better Google Crawl

What do you think of when you hear the word “robots”? Maybe, ’50s style humanoid androids. Or, if you grew up in the 90s, radio-controlled combat vehicles with chainsaws and. But in the context of the web, a robot is an automated program which crawls websites in search of information. There are many applications for robots. One mightRead more…

Ironic SEO Newspaper Article Is Ironic

I had an email from Alan over at DreamGenius.net yesterday, giving me a heads up about an article in the Metro newspaper. Alan reads the blog regularly, and thought that I’d be interested in the content for a post. He’s absolutely right. Here’s the image that he sent me: METRO TO THE RESCUE! Us marketingRead more…

Is Your Social Media Profile Performing Well?

It’s always important to have an understanding of whether your profile is succeeding, or under-achieving. To do this, you’ll need access to weekly, monthly, and even yearly stats of your page. It’s the bits of information within this data that will help you come to some kind of conclusion about the success of your page.Read more…

6 Kinds of Duplicate Content (and How to Fix Them)

Google is like a teacher marking exam papers. It takes competing pages on similar topics and grades them according to which is the most authoritative. So what happens if the teacher finds two students have copied each other? In real life, a teacher would know who had written their paper for themselves, and who had made aRead more…

Yesterday I Thought Of Something Silly...

…I thought of making a website where you could virtually watch paint dry. It’d look a little bit shiny, then as you sat there it’d turn matt, and you’d get all the beautiful pleasure of watching paint dry without the shoulder obliterating task of actually painting. Then I did some searching and realised that hadRead more…

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