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Month: September 2012

Apple launches with “disastrous” new Maps app

iPhone users and fans of Apple have reacted with anger and frustration at the new maps application launched yesterday on the iPhone. Many of the users have reported that the app doesn’t live up to the former Google Maps application which Apple decided to replace in favour of their own....

Roundup Of Adverts That Caught Our Eye Recently

As a marketing agency ourselves we are appreciative of the traditional advertising and marketing campaigns we see every day. We decided to bring together the top 3 Ads we have seen recently and a little bit about why we liked them so much, unsurprising the list is dominated by Ads...

Increasing Your School’s Online Presence Through SEO

The online presence of your school is vitally important in order for you to continue to appeal to prospective students and parents, as well as compete and stand out from the growing number of schools with similar offerings. However, just simply having a website for your school and hoping for...
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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...