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Month: August 2012

Facebook Launches Sponsored Search Ads

Last week Facebook announced that they would be launching search advertising and so far, the announcement hasn’t received much praise. Both, industry experts and angry Facebook users have suggested that it will be another annoying feature that Facebook adds (Not Ads) to its recent collection and that Facebook is turning...

School Web Design and Online Promotion Process: Lyonsdown School

We were recently asked by Lyonsdown School to design a new website and to improve their online visibility. We met with the headteacher, Lynn Maggs-Wellings and their marketing team on several occasions and we went to visit the school as we wanted to get an idea of what their staff,...

Blurred vision with new Facebook plug-in

If you are a Facebook user and not one of the 83 million “Fake” users, you might start to notice some blurry photos appearing on your network. Computer security specialists McAfee are teaming up with Intel to ensure that photo sharing on Facebook gets a little safer (and a little...
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Google Plans to Make Chrome’s Non-Secure Site Warnings More Obvious
Google has recently announced future plans regarding how Chrome, their web browser, will label HTTPS and HTTP sites… Starting in September, Chrome version 69 will remove the green “Secure” text and only display a black lock icon in the address bar. Later, Google plans to remove the lock icon altogether,...
How to Optimise Content for the Google Featured Snippet Box
The Google Featured Snippet Box, which allows increased brand exposure, has significantly altered the way in which SERPs are being presented. Despite the fact that many SEO experts were initially quite concerned that Featured Snippets would reduce the click-through-rate, they have fortunately had the opposite effect. The question is; what do...
Google’s Speed Update Makes Speed a Ranking Factor on Mobile
Google’s latest algorithm will focus on mobile search results, giving priority to faster ranking pages and moving the slowest pages down. The speed update will only affect a small proportion of web pages – the ones that deliver the slowest experience to users. However, search intent is still a priority...