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Tips for Getting Your Bad Links Removed

Monday, 10 November 2014 , Posted By: Michael Bunn , In: Digital Marketing

Tips for Getting Your Bad Links Removed

With Google becoming stricter on poor quality backlinks, and the release of the latest Penguin update, it is more important than ever that you ensure your backlink profile is regularly monitored and cleaned up where necessary.

3 Reasons You May Not Have Recovered From a Penguin Penalty

Thursday, 30 October 2014 , Posted By: Michael Bunn , In: Digital Marketing

3 Reasons You May Not Have Recovered From a Penguin Penalty

It was a long time coming, but as you may be aware, Google’s Penguin algorithm has been refreshed and the wait is over...

Google to Stop Updating Toolbar PageRank

Friday, 10 October 2014 , Posted By: Dave Davies , In: Digital Marketing

Google to Stop Updating Toolbar PageRank

In a recent Google Webmaster Hangout video, John Mueller has mentioned that there is unlikely to be another update to the Toolbar PageRank.

Google Slowly Roll Out Panda Update 4.1

Monday, 29 September 2014 , Posted By: Michael Bunn , In: Digital Marketing

Google Slowly Roll Out Panda Update 4.1

Google has officially announced that the latest version of its Panda update has started to roll out...

Yahoo Directory To Close

Monday, 29 September 2014 , Posted By: Adam Futcher , In: Digital Marketing

Yahoo Directory To Close

As part of a progress report from Yahoo, it was announced on Friday that the Yahoo directory is to close at the end of 2014.

Shellshock - Vulnerability in Bash

Friday, 26 September 2014 , Posted By: Marc Whittingham , In: Technical

As you may have heard from mainstream media sources, the UK Cyber defence team “UK-CERT” yesterday issued an alert for a vulnerability in BASH. BASH is a component of Linux and other *NIX operating systems that provides users and administrators with command-line access to their machines. According to the reports a French researcher discovered an easily exploitable flaw in this component that could allow malicious individuals to take control of vulnerable machines and, apparently, this flaw is incredibly easy to exploit.

Google to Release New Penguin 3.0 Update with Faster Refreshes?

Monday, 15 September 2014 , Posted By: Michael Bunn , In: Digital Marketing

Google to Release New Penguin 3.0 Update with Faster Refreshes?

Google have recently dropped some news regarding their Penguin algorithm, the system that was launched in April 2012 to target poor quality links.

7 Mistakes to Avoid When Blogging

Friday, 12 September 2014 , Posted By: Adam Futcher , In: Digital Marketing

7 Mistakes to Avoid When Blogging

Blogging has become a crucial activity for businesses wishing to achieve success online. It’s a great way to increase exposure, reach out to new audiences and drive traffic to a website.

SEO Ranking Factors 2014 Study Released By SearchMetrics

Tuesday, 09 September 2014 , Posted By: Michael Bunn , In: Digital Marketing

SEO Ranking Factors 2014 Study Released By SearchMetrics

SearchMetrics have released their in depth study of the ranking factors that lead to strong SEO performance in 2014’s Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs).

Google’s New Ranking Signal Takes Secure HTTPS Sites into Account

Wednesday, 13 August 2014 , Posted By: Michael Bunn , In: Digital Marketing

Google’s New Ranking Signal Takes Secure HTTPS Sites into Account

Google have recently declared that a new ranking signal is being used in determining search engine results. Websites that make use of the secure HTTPS will receive a slight ranking boost.

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