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The Importance Of Majestic SEO

Majestic SEO is likely to be a phrase that is familiar with many digital marketers. It could be described as a form of networking in which businesses look for other businesses (websites) that could provide a quality inbound link to their website. Majestic SEO is therefore a practice that is often carried out by a […]

Is PageRank on Its Way Out? Focus on These Tools Instead

Since early 2013, Google’s PageRank tool seemed to be on a downward spiral. The data is no longer being funneled through the Google toolbar on a daily basis, and there haven’t been any PageRank updates recently. There are rumors that PageRank may not ever be updated again, and this means webmasters and marketers will no […]

What Does 'Not Provided' Mean in my Analytics Keywords Reports?

I’ve had a growing number of clients asking me this, wanting to know why there is a rising number of keyword searches being replaced with ‘not provided’ in their Google Analytics reports: The answer, unfortunately, is that Google are specifically withholding these searches. Every ‘not provided’ was carried out by someone logged in to their […]

'Tags' Social Media Event Recap

Yesterday at 4pm in the Exeter Conference Centre, WNW Design (Nigel Wilkinson, Philip Vellender and myself, Camilla Todd) attended the ‘Tags’ event organised by Scott Gould (on Twitter at @scottgould), Alistair Banks of Optix Solutions (on Twitter at @banksy6) and Dave Thomas of Bluegrass Computer Services (on Twitter at @bluegrass_IT). It was a natural progression […]

Streamlining Your Social Web Presence in 6 Steps

Following the advice of social media and Web 2.0 experts, you have established your own blog and joined a number of social sites, including Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, LibraryThing, and, among others. Now, the experts say you must add content to each of these accounts regularly to keep them dynamic. So, how’s […]

Advice to Surf the Web Anonymously

By Ricardo D Argence (c) 2007 So, let’s talk privacy, and then let’s talk about how you haven’t got any. That’s right, if you are surfing the Internet, and you aren’t doing it through some third party proxy server, the sites you surf to can potentially learn everything about you-your habits, your likes and dislikes, […]

Search Engine Tools Not Just For SEO

Sadly, not everyone in the world knows everything about search engine optimization. In fact, very few people know anything about SEO or even what it is. Even fewer know any search offerings that may help your experience as a search engine user, a website navigator, a webmaster or researcher. I have compiled a líst of […]

Five Tools for Spying on Your Competition

By Kim Roach (c) 2006 Did you know that an ancient Chinese military document unlocks many of the secrets to your online success? This book is called “The Art of War” and was written during the 6th century by Sun Tzu. This famous document is one of the oldest and most famous studies of strategy […]

Google Launches Enterprise Software Solution

By Ross Dunn, CEO, StepForth Search Engine Placement Inc. Google launched a frëe packaged business solution for enterprises today including online chat, email, calendars, and hostíng. Called “Gmail for Your Domain” (a ghastly name that is only slightly better referred to as “Google Apps” within the actual admin area) this application package will allow a […]

How Does Web Analytics Help?

Web analytics is a quantitative indicator of behavior of visitors to a website. Simply explained, web analytics involves identification of visitor, analyzing the reason of visit and tracking his/her movement within your website until the time he/she leaves the website. In essence therefore, web analytics provides a clear picture of the performance of a website […]