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15 awesome marketplaces to buy or sell a website

July 13, 20120 Comments

Looking for somewhere to buy or sell a website? Look no further. This collection of 15 marketplaces provides a one stop shop for sales.

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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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35 step plan to beat your e-commerce website into shape.

July 2, 20122 Comments

E-commerce sales online are fiercely competitive. There are however lots you can do to give yourself the edge.

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Don’t build your house on someone else’s platform.

June 11, 20122 Comments

Filling the gaps in other people’s services is a risky strategy, and an unsustainable business model.

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Your most important page is the one your visitors couldn’t find.

June 4, 20120 Comments

Everyone that runs a website has useful data at their finger tips, often without realising it.

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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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Google has become the fat portal we love to hate.

May 30, 20121 Comment

One of the more disconcerting trends in search of late is the move towards information fetching over just delivering search results.

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Why Buying Facebook Fans is Social Media Suicide.

May 28, 20120 Comments

Metrics without context is a potential pitfall for any business. You sold 1500 widgets more than last week (yet made a loss through heavy discounts). You gained 1500 new customers in a month (but lost 500 repeat customers through poor customer service). As you can see – context is crucial in understanding performance. Yet when […]

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Google Enters Stealth Mode, Quietly Kills Off Experimental Search Labs.

May 27, 20120 Comments

Google have quietly killed off their experimental search offering and what used to be a resource for search geeks to get on the fast track for features has now gone to the great big 404 in the sky. Launched back in 2007, experimental search allowed visitors to opt-in to beta testing of various search features, […]

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I wrote this post whilst high on Kool Aid.

May 11, 20121 Comment

One of the biggest misconceptions I’ve ever encountered on the web is the notion that somehow you can apply statistical analysis to social media marketing.

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