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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’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)
Those of you who know me may well be surprised, but I was left nearly speechless by just how good the last few days Nichola and I spent in Iceland were. Quite frankly, it was without a doubt the best few days I’ve spent in my professional career, and we are already discussing our plans (read more)
It was time once again for one of my favourite conferences with ThinkVisibility 7, and Nichola and I took the mammoth trek on a road trip to represent for southern England. Before I get started with my round up, I do want to thank Dom and his ace team for putting on yet another cracking (read more)
As a result of moving jobs recently to come and join theMediaFlow, I’ve had to re-audit the tools that I use on a regular basis, as well as moving all my bookmarks across. I was incredibly grateful for the Google Chrome Syncing functionality. In my last role, we had a number of internal tools that I’ve (read more)