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Today’s Use Case for the Collaborative Tools Project is a difficult one to give an accurate title. It can be thought of as a site that promotes the work of a department or aims to attract a community of like … Continue reading
This weekend I did a session at Think Visibility ( #thinkvisibility ), a mini-conference that brought together a great variety of people who’s lives touch the internet. From marketers to accessibility, geeks, seos and usability people. All the talks I … Continue reading
Most SEOs Don’t Report Competitors To Google. Will everyone in the room who doesn’t like drawing attention to themselves raise their hands… naked!
It’s easier than it sounds… Ask for a list of clients. Most dodgy SEO companies will want to keep exactly who their clients are quiet because it’s ridiculously easy to work out what their SEO strategy is. Many use Link … Continue reading
I’ve been working with Jo at Track Surveys lately helping them with what I’m starting to call user-centred SEO (but then I do seem to think up crazy names for things). By user-centred SEO I mean that optimising pages and … Continue reading
the OTHER media did not build River Island’s new site, but despite that we are still cornering the v-neck jumper market, which is a shame considering we make web sites.
One comment for yes, two for no… Since I added logins for comments very few people comment on my blog which is a shame because the comments are the reason I do it in the first place. I had to … Continue reading
I’m not an SEO, nor would I want to be really. I only got into SEO because having bust a gut trying to make a large ecommerce site usable, I then realized I needed to market the thing somehow. That … Continue reading
Simon is the systems guy at the OTHER media and he makes sure log files get rolled on virgin thighs and that permissions are chmodded and kernels are compiled properly. I have no idea what he does really but I … Continue reading
In the Guardian today, there was a piece about how Bobby made a site about “eco-friendly flip flops” and using simple Search Engine Optimization (SEO) techniques, got to the top of Google remarkably easily. They’re right. It can be easy … Continue reading