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Those of you who follow me on Twitter will know that over the 6 or so weeks, I’ve been digging around for information and details on results from the implementation of rel=”alternate” and hreflang on sites. Basically, this is a relatively new option from Google to appropriately mark-up your webpages to tell them that you (read more)
I really enjoy playing around with enhancing SERP listings and rich snippets, and have done work on a lot of websites getting authorship mark-up onto my own and client websites. When I was first doing this, it was possible to review some results from this in Google Webmaster Tools, and I was really disappointed when (read more)
I’m not all that fond of saying things are dead, but after my first visit to Digital Surrey yesterday, I will agree with Google’s Ed Parsons, that Paper Maps ARE in fact dead. Well, mostly, I have seen a few friends tweet of late of the need for actual maps when in the countryside, and (read more)
Hampshire, United Kingdom – Search industry expert, Nichola Stott has been selected to be on the judging panel of this years’ UK Search Awards. Launched in 2011, the UK Search Awards aim to recognise the talent and phenomenal growth of the UK search industry. Now in their second year the awards are run by and for the (read more)
I recently attended the fantastic SASCon, search and social conference in Manchester; which I would recommend to any SEO, social media and associated online marketing professionals. Whilst much of the conference content has already been covered elsewhere, including great liveblog coverage at State of Search, I was lucky enough to get an interview with speaker (read more)