Forget Mobilegeddon, Speedmageddon is the algorithm update you should be worried about.

May 2, 20151 Comment

Unless you’ve been living under a rock recently you’ll have noticed that Google have recently rolled out a mobile friendly algorithm update, giving websites which have a mobile friendly user experience a ranking boost in the search results.

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Wearable Computing Will Likely Become Mainstream. Here’s Why I Hope It Doesn’t.

November 27, 20130 Comments

Wearable computing isn’t a pipe dream and the technology isn’t going away, in fact, more and more technology companies are embracing the trend, getting on the band wagon now, and developing for it before it goes mainstream. Some of the software being built on top of wearable computing devices: Duke University’s Reporters Lab – Developing Pebblewire […]

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Why Marketeers should care about Google Analytics Demographics.

October 26, 20130 Comments

If you have already spotted it, some funky new reports are available for Google Analytics – visitor Demographics.

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First Glance – Inside Google Helpouts

October 2, 20130 Comments

Google have begun the invite process for Google Helpouts. Get first glance of inside the interface.

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Google’s Universal Search Spam Problem.

September 8, 20130 Comments

Google still have a massive uphill battle on their hands when it comes to real time results. Attempting to filling that particular hole, Universal Search provides not only a series of links, but now, video, news content, and images in the search results. As they move into more and more verticals, we can only expect […]

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Google rattled by Windows 8 release, launches ‘Get Your Google back’ campaign.

October 26, 20121 Comment

Looks like Google are preparing for a big uptake on Windows 8, and have their app in the Windows Store ready for launch.

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Google Roll out Knowledge Graph for the London 2012 Olympics

July 26, 20120 Comments

Google have been busying themselves in preparation for what will arguably one of the hot search terms of the summer – London 2012.

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Dear YouTube – We Need to Talk..

July 19, 20120 Comments

Dear YouTube, I love you, really I do. But its time we talked.

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Microlocal – the next data grab on Google’s radar?

July 9, 20120 Comments

Is Google exploring micro local information startups that can deliver more accurate interior information for Google maps and Project Glass?

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Hey Google, your 404 page sucks. Here’s how to fix it.

June 4, 20120 Comments

Broken links are important to resolve. They are the one area of your site that can damage your brand.

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