The 100% method to recover from any Google penalty (penguin, panda, and all to come)

October 2, 2013

It was after reading yet another post on how to theoretically recover from a Google Penguin penalty that I finally decided to do something about responding both to this and all the other commentary on the subject. It may help to read the straw that broke the camel’s back first, or if you are familiar […]

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So, you want to get a competitor banned from Google? here’s how…and why the EU needs to step in!

September 6, 2013

People doing Search Engine Optimization (SEO)  will know that the way Google cares for webmasters is under the auspices of providing helpful advice and videos. However the reality is at odds with these kind gestures via  their webmaster guidelines which are open to so many levels of interpretation and manipulation, that if you’re doing business […]

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New Rules for Facebook Competitions & Sweepstakes

September 6, 2013

I am doing a straight copy and paste from the source (Kyle Beth Hilfer) which I think is a good legal resource for getting social media lowdowns.

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The economics of spamming: When it could make sense to ignore search engines guidelines

June 27, 2013

I thought I would present a post that I have not yet read online, which might be an eye-opener for some readers too. To anyone that has been working in the field of online marketing in the last 5-years you will have seen lots of change. For anyone that has been working beyond 10 years […]

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The Internet and Copyright

June 20, 2013

The Universal Copyright Convention was the first attempt to create a universally accepted world-wide system for the “copyright of protection of literary scientific and artistic works”. Updates and incorporations of these copyright provisions have been made historically through the decades, and implementation has come in the form of ratifications by countries or member states (in […]

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Advertising and the Internet

June 19, 2013

The degree of measurement and demographic filters possible when advertising online is quite astonishing when compared to the more historic forms of communications messaging such as a full page spread in a newspaper or magazine. As I have a strong non-profit element to both my work and my personal interests, I wanted to use the […]

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Bing Vs Google…who’s practicing what they preach?

June 19, 2013

I thought it would be entertaining to see out of the two biggest search engines, which was the living and breathing personification of their guidelines (Google or Bing), and which was the Bagpuss – “an old, saggy cloth cat, baggy, and a bit loose at the seams”. I looked at page load times, as this […]

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The Internet and…

June 18, 2013

Technology is now much easier to use than in the past (see image right!). This ease of understanding is being accelerated by universal standards, and of course programs like MS-Office! Another feature of this juncture in human development, where we migrate more and more aspects of our daily life, interests, and passions online, is the […]

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Facebook…are you absolutely sure you need it?

June 17, 2013

To begin with it was all so very new, and exciting. The promise was to connect with millions and millions of people that were coming together in a new space pegged “social media”. And did every business on planet earth jump aboard? Pretty much yes. “Connect with friends and the world around you on Facebook” […]

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In the beginning, there was Internet…

June 6, 2013

The Internet started off with web-pages and quickly search engines appeared to help people find the information more easily. At the beginning there were a large number of search engines, making finding information as much about knowing what search engine indexed which type of content, as it was about typing in the keywords. Over a […]

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