With a great deal of economic and political uncertainty following the UK referendum’s outcome in favour of leaving the EU, we thought it would be interesting to see how the ecommerce sector has fared in the month since the decision was announced. Has that uncertainty translated into changing peoples’ buying habits? We have access to data for a […]
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In light of Google’s recent change to the wording of its ranking advice, Robert takes a look at how this may change search as we know it!
A run down of all the stories, news, and opinions about the much anticipated Penguin 2.0 algorithm update. Read on to get an insight into Google’s latest shake up of the SERPs.
A little bit of light humor here with this CRO What People Think I do meme.
We look at how the latest developments with the Google API could be a catalyst in encouraging people to have a more holistic view of their website’s performance rather than focussing too heavily on SERPs.
So Searchlove 2012 was a roaring success, some great speakers, awesome content and we ended up meeting some great people. Here is some made up data.
On Tuesday Ben gave us a newb’s eye view of BrightonSEO – Ian now talks us through some of the most useful tools and takeaways from the day.
Mike Essex from Koozai wants to get his book, Free Stuff Everyday, into Amazon’s top 100. We interviewed him to find out what he’s doing and why.
You may well have seen or heard talk of Google’s Penguin update if you’ve been anywhere near a search engine optimisation website or event recently, including this post on the subject here. I thought that with the second iteration of Penguin last Friday and reports of some websites that have recovered, now would be a […]