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Monday, 31 March 2008

Universal/Blended search results in 17% of Google search queries

Comscore stats show Universal/Blended search results in 17% of Google search queries, according to that is more than MSN's total search marketshare and almost as much as Yahoo!'s. Certainly a justifiable business case for taking Universal/Blended search more seriously....

Thursday, 27 March 2008

Straight Quotes vs Smart Quotes

As any enterprise SEO will know documenting suggested website changes and justifying them is big part of our day to day job, and it has to make sense to multiple readers from IT to Marketing. It's also a real pain...

Thursday, 20 March 2008

Heads We Win, Tails You Lose

Whilst tapping my way through the Google AdWords Editor in the dying hours before Easter I stumbled upon a rather amusing message (shown above). It just goes to show you cannot win sometimes! Happy easter everyone!

Monday, 17 March 2008

How fast are you?

Load time to be incorporated in Quality Score: - Google are adding another element to adwords Quality Score: landing page load time. They state that waiting a while for a page to load is not a positive experience and can...

Wednesday, 12 March 2008

With Greg Jarboe, SES London 2008, Organic Rankings

Monday, 10 March 2008

Achtung Facebook! We have ways of making you a social networker!!

Facebook saves a lot of money and time with their great idea to ask country specific users to translate the site step by step. "Be part of it!" ..and don't get paid!!! Great stuff. So, now it's translated and supposed...

Wednesday, 05 March 2008

Neutralize short listed for Revolution Award

We are very happy to say that we have short listed in the Search category at the Revolution Awards for our work with the lovely folks at Just the Flight. Tom Telford and I will be representing the Neutralize team...

Tuesday, 04 March 2008

TFM Search Engine Marketing Statistics

At Technology for Marketing it was a real pity that the presentation theatres weren't much bigger because at least 2/3 of those people that queued couldn't get in. If you're in this line-up that stretched pretty much to the main...
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