This Week in Digital…

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Google develops disease detecting pill This week, Google has revealed that they are developing a revolutionary new form of medication that uses ‘nanoparticles’ to detect signs of disease. The pre-emptive treatment pill will involve magnetic particles that can identify cancer, … Continue reading

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SEO – Where does it sit?

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The event We held our first ever Fashion Roundtable at The Ritz on Thursday 16th October with a number of our fashion clients to discuss the issues that matter to them about search marketing. Whilst enjoying champagne afternoon tea in … Continue reading

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Google Invest in Mystery Company Google has made a massive £542 million pound investment in a startup company, with such a big investment you would expect to know what the company does but it seems no one actually knows what … Continue reading

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Conditional Formatting Font Colour in Excel using VBA (and a sneaky trick!)

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The Problem This is a specific piece of advice to solve a specific problem – slightly different to our other blogs. If you’ve found this blog there’s a good chance that, like me this morning, you are searching the internet … Continue reading

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Google vs Amazon? Eric Schmidt, Google’s chairman, has revealed that the firm looks to Amazon as its main rival. Correcting the long-held assumption that the tech giant would instead be looking over its shoulder towards Yahoo or Bing for competition. … Continue reading

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Synthesising Your Content Strategy


Two years ago in late December I made a resolution that I would commit to writing one blog post on my own personal blog every day. Yes: 365 days, 365 pieces of content. In reality, when I made that promise … Continue reading

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#WakeUpCall This week saw the latest internet craze, #WakeUpCall. Trying to rival the Ice Bucket Challenge and #nomakeupselfie, the #WakeUpCall campaign is in aid of children’s charity, Unicef. The campaign encourages people to post photographs of themselves once they have … Continue reading

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What’s New in Global Ecommerce – September 2014

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This month reports on good numbers across the board. The international countries’ ecommerce is in bloom and constantly on the rise but this also brings new demands, such as mobile friendly websites and more options for delivery. Russia’s main search … Continue reading

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Callout Extensions: What Are They and Why Should I Use Them?

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If you’ve been keeping up to date with AdWords news, or clicked on the Ad Extensions tab in AdWords itself, you may have heard of something called the callout extension. But what is a callout? And why would you need … Continue reading

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Google Panda 4.1 Update

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Last week saw the release of Panda 4.1 and early signs are that it has followed a similar pattern to previous updates. Panda updates are targeted at punishing thin and low quality content and this iteration is no different with … Continue reading

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