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Negative SEO – Has it Become Easier to Harm Competitors in Search Results?

Wednesday, 23 July 2014 Adam Futcher , In: Digital Marketing

Negative SEO – Has it Become Easier to Harm Competitors in Search Results?

Negative SEO is a nasty tactic used by some to try and damage a competitor’s rankings and visibility in the search results pages.

New Server Anyone?

Thursday, 03 July 2014 Marc Whittingham , In: Technical

With XP having recently been deprecated to an unsupported state, this has drawn our attention to the fact that other platforms of a similar vintage are due to go the way of XP within 12 months. In particular Server 2003 and Exchange 2003 platforms including the Small Business Server 2003 system is also due to become unsupported as of July 2015.

Security in an Open World

Tuesday, 01 July 2014 Marc Whittingham , In: Technical

All of the recent revelations regarding Snowden, Heartbleed, and the GameOver Zeus botnet based infection has focused everyone's minds on security and how anyone can remain secure in this increasingly hostile and permeable world.

Prominent SEO Developments in 2014

Tuesday, 01 July 2014 Michael Bunn , In: Digital Marketing

Prominent SEO Developments in 2014

As we know, Google are constantly updating their methods and making changes to the way in which their search algorithm brings up results in the search engine pages.

Google’s Matt Cutts on Smaller Sites Outranking Big Sites

Friday, 06 June 2014 Adam Futcher , In: Digital Marketing

Google’s Matt Cutts on Smaller Sites Outranking Big Sites

Occasionally we see small websites being able to outperform larger sites in Google search results pages. In Matt Cutts’ recent Webmaster Help video, he discusses the possible reasons...

Google Roll out New Panda 4.0 Update

Thursday, 22 May 2014 Michael Bunn , In: Digital Marketing

Google Roll out New Panda 4.0 Update

Google’s Panda algorithm is intended to help sites with original and quality content to achieve better search rankings, with those sites that contain poor value or spam-laden content losing out on top spots.

Branding – Representing Your Business

Thursday, 15 May 2014 Dave Davies , In: Design

Branding – Representing Your Business

Creating a company’s brand is important, the image you create must represent the company in the best possible light. As a designer it is good practice to sit down with the client to gain a full understanding...

SEO - Focus on What It Earns, Not What It Costs

Friday, 09 May 2014 Michael Bunn , In: Digital Marketing

SEO - Focus on What It Earns, Not What It Costs

When it comes to making decisions, business owners will frequently look for the low cost solutions in order to save money in the short term. This same logic is often applied when choosing SEO...

Google Panda and the Importance of Quality Content

Friday, 02 May 2014 Adam Futcher , In: Digital Marketing

Google Panda and the Importance of Quality Content

Google’s Panda algorithm was brought out to target sites with low quality content. Were you unlucky enough to be affected by this? Why was your site affected?

Microsoft Exchange - Why Go Hosted?

Thursday, 01 May 2014 Marc Whittingham , In: Technical

Cost Purchasing and running an in-house Exchange Server is a very expensive proposition, requiring a large capital investment for hardware, software and user licensing.

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