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Month: June 2012

LinkedIn facing $5million lawsuit over password breach

LinkedIn Lawsuit LinkedIn hasn’t had the best of months this June and the news just keeps getting worse. The business networking giant is being for $5 million after 6million of their users had passwords leaked earlier in the month. The lawsuit has been filed by a lawyer and LinkedIn user...

Google Places replaced with Google Plus Local

Google Places, often seen as the centre of local search, has been entirely replaced by the new Google Plus Local pages. The move has been anticipated by digital marketers for quite some time, ever since Google introduced their Google Plus business pages. This means that businesses that used to have...

Clearing the cache of your web browser

The cache of your internet browser stores information about the websites you visit on the device you viewed it on in order to load quicker next time you visit the website. This guide is to help you clear the cache of most major browsers. Current Browsers Internet Explorer 9 Go...

Best of British Brands: Jubilee Branding on Social Media

It’s fair to say that the Diamond Jubilee brought out some of the best in British. Once again, Britain was covered in Bunting, London was packed with patriotic royalists from all over the world and we were treated to a royal party like no other. It seemed like everyone was...
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How to Optimise Your Site Structure for the Best SEO Results
An optimised site structure is key for allowing search engines to better understand your website and its content. They also help search engines read and index your pages faster and with greater understanding that allows you to rank for more search terms. On top of increasing your site’s click-through rate,...
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5 Tips for Increasing Website Engagement
In an ideal world, our target customers would easily find us on a Search Engine Results Page (SERP), spend plenty of time browsing our websites and eventually convert. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always go that way and our bounce rates are higher than we’d hoped for, or time spent on our...
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How COVID-19 Will Affect Digital Marketing this Summer
Since the pandemic began in the early part of 2020 a lot of businesses in all shapes and forms have had to adapt. As businesses look to work from home, operate digital workplaces and look to build their business online, it’s fair to say that the digital marketing industry has...